Property: White powdered crystal or granular, specific gravity 1.532. easily absorbs moisture, and forms a cake, soluble in water, and the solubility varies as the temperature increases.
Cautions : Avoid Moisture and water, do not transport together with alkalis and acids.
Application: Its principal use is in mining, tannery and fertilizer. also as a constituent of dyeing,electro-bath .
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