Ammonium Chloride

Its principal use is in nitrogen supply in fertilisers and as an electrolyte in dry cells, and it is also extensively employed as a constituent of galvanising, tinning, and soldering fluxes to remove oxide coatings from metals and thereby improve the adhesion of the solders. It is a component of many proprietary cold medicines and cough remedies because of its efficacy as an expectorant.

Characteristics

Molar Weight53.489 g/mol
Melting Point338.9°C
Boiling Point520°C
Flash Point
Specific Gravity1.53 g/cc
Particle Size

Uses and Applications

Key applications

  • Metal working
  • Buffer agent
  • Medicines
  • Plating
  • Oil and Gas
  • Fertiliser
  • Batteries
  • Cosmetic products
  • Electroplating

Industries

  • Pharma
  • Oil & Gas
  • Cleaning
  • Coatings & Construction
  • Polymers
  • Cosmetics
  • Water Treatment
  • Food
  • Animal Nutrition
  • Agrobusiness
  • Lubricants
  • Chemical Processing

Synonyms: AmChlor, Muriate of Ammonia, Salmiac, Ammonium Chloride, NH4Cl, Sal Ammoniac

Chemical Formula: ClH4N

CAS Number: 12125-02-9