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|Product Name:||Rubidium Chloride, Rubidium Monochloride||Molecular Formula:||RbCl|
|CAS:||7791-11-9||Melting Point:||718 °C|
|Density:||2.8 G/mL||Solubility:||Soluble In Water|
|Storage Conditions:||Hygroscopic - Protect From Moisture.||Application Area:||It Can Be Used As Analytical Reagent For Sodium, Iridium, Titanium, Zirconium And Perchlorate.|
Powdered Rubidium Chloride,
White Crystalline Rubidium Chloride
Rubidium Chloride RbCl CAS 7791-11-9 As A Raw Material Of Rubidium
Name: Rubidium chloride Molecular formula: RbCl
CAS: 7791-11-9 Molecular weight: 120.92
Description: Rubidium chloride is a white crystalline powder, soluble in water and slightly soluble in alcohol. Rubidium chloride is mainly recovered from lithium mica and salt brine tailings, and is also extracted from rich rubidium carnallite and rubidium rich mineral water. The most common method to prepare pure rubidium chloride is to mix rubidium hydroxide with hydrochloric acid, and then recrystallize and purify. Rubidium chloride is hygroscopic and must be isolated from moisture in the atmosphere, such as using desiccants.
|Application||It is used as an analytical reagent for sodium, iridium, titanium, zirconium and perchlorate; the raw material for the preparation of rubidium metal by calcium reduction and the raw material for other rubidium salts and isotope separation.|
|package||Sealed packaging, flexible packaging according to customer needs|
Packing: 25 kg plastic bucket, also provide small package: 100g, 500g, and other small packages
Uses: Rubidium chloride is used as an analytical reagent for sodium, iridium, titanium, zirconium and perchlorate; the raw material for the preparation of rubidium metal by calcium reduction and the raw material for other rubidium salts and isotope separation. Rubidium chloride can be said to be the most abundant in the application of this compound. Cells were treated with low osmotic pressure solution containing rubidium chloride. Therefore, the membrane protein is removed and negatively charged DNA is bound.
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