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Hydrofluoric Acid

Hydrofluoric Acid (17105)

49%, XLSI Puranal

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General Information

  • CAS Number
    • 7664-39-3

Physical Properties

  • Partition Coefficient
    • No data available
  • Odor
    • Stinging
  • Color
    • Colorless
  • pH
    • Acidic
  • Physical Form
    • Liquid
  • Vapor Pressure
    • 101 hPa (50 °C)
  • Boiling Point/Range
    • 105 °C (1,013 hPa)
  • Flashpoint
    • Not applicable
  • Melting Point/Range
    • -35 °C

Safety Information

  • Chemical Stability
    • Stable under normal conditions.
  • Corrosivity
    • Corrosive to metals
  • Ignition Temperature
    • Not applicable
  • Oxidizing
    • The substance or mixture is not classified as oxidizing.
  • Thermal Decomposition
    • Fire or intense heat may cause violent rupture of packages.
  • Incompatible Materials
    • Glass and silicate-containing materials are attacked, Gives off hydrogen by reaction with metals, Incompatible with bases

International Transportation

  • Chemical Class
    • 8
  • UN Number
    • 1790
  • Packing Group
    • II
  • Sub Class 1
    • 6.1
  • Harmonized System Code
    • 28111100

General Information

  • CAS Number
    • 7664-39-3

Physical Properties

  • Partition Coefficient
    • No data available
  • Odor
    • Stinging
  • Color
    • Colorless
  • pH
    • Acidic
  • Physical Form
    • Liquid
  • Vapor Pressure
    • 101 hPa (50 °C)
  • Boiling Point/Range
    • 105 °C (1,013 hPa)
  • Flashpoint
    • Not applicable
  • Melting Point/Range
    • -35 °C

Safety Information

  • Chemical Stability
    • Stable under normal conditions.
  • Corrosivity
    • Corrosive to metals
  • Ignition Temperature
    • Not applicable
  • Oxidizing
    • The substance or mixture is not classified as oxidizing.
  • Thermal Decomposition
    • Fire or intense heat may cause violent rupture of packages.
  • Incompatible Materials
    • Glass and silicate-containing materials are attacked, Gives off hydrogen by reaction with metals, Incompatible with bases

International Transportation

  • Chemical Class
    • 8
  • UN Number
    • 1790
  • Packing Group
    • II
  • Sub Class 1
    • 6.1
  • Harmonized System Code
    • 28111100
  • CAS Number : 7664-39-3
  • Partition Coefficient : No data available
  • Odor : Stinging
  • Color : Colorless
  • pH : Acidic
  • Physical Form : Liquid
  • Vapor Pressure : 101 hPa (50 °C)
  • Boiling Point/Range : 105 °C (1,013 hPa)
  • Flashpoint : Not applicable
  • Melting Point/Range : -35 °C
  • Chemical Stability : Stable under normal conditions.
  • Corrosivity : Corrosive to metals
  • Ignition Temperature : Not applicable
  • Oxidizing : The substance or mixture is not classified as oxidizing.
  • Thermal Decomposition : Fire or intense heat may cause violent rupture of packages.
  • Incompatible Materials : Glass and silicate-containing materials are attacked, Gives off hydrogen by reaction with metals, Incompatible with bases
  • Chemical Class : 8
  • UN Number : 1790
  • Packing Group : II
  • Sub Class 1 : 6.1
  • Harmonized System Code : 28111100
Property
Value
particles > 0,1 µm
effective P/ml
particles > 0,2 µm
Max. 50 P/ml
particles > 0,5 µm
Max. 2 P/ml
assay
48.9 - 49.1 %
silver (Ag)
Max. 100 ppt
aluminium (Al)
Max. 100 ppt
arsenic (As)
Max. 100 ppt
gold (Au)
Max. 100 ppt
boron (B)
Max. 500 ppt
barium (Ba)
Max. 100 ppt
beryllium (Be)
Max. 100 ppt
bismuth (Bi)
Max. 100 ppt
calcium (Ca)
Max. 100 ppt
cadmium (Cd)
Max. 100 ppt
chromium (Cr)
Max. 100 ppt
copper (Cu)
Max. 100 ppt
iron (Fe)
Max. 100 ppt
gallium (Ga)
Max. 100 ppt
potassium (K)
Max. 100 ppt
magnesium (Mg)
Max. 100 ppt
manganese (Mn)
Max. 100 ppt
molybdenum (Mo)
Max. 100 ppt
sodium (Na)
Max. 100 ppt
niobium (Nb)
Max. 100 ppt
nickel (Ni)
Max. 100 ppt
lead (Pb)
Max. 100 ppt
antimony (Sb)
Max. 100 ppt
tin (Sn)
Max. 100 ppt
strontium (Sr)
Max. 100 ppt
tantalum (Ta)
Max. 100 ppt
titanium (Ti)
Max. 100 ppt
thallium (Tl)
Max. 100 ppt
vanadium (V)
Max. 100 ppt
zinc (Zn)
Max. 100 ppt
zirconium (Zr)
Max. 100 ppt
chloride (Cl)
Max. 100 ppb
hexafluorosilic acid(H2SiF6)
Max. 10 ppm
nitrate (NO3)
Max. 10 ppb
phosphate (PO4)
Max. 10 ppb
sulfate (SO4)
Max. 100 ppb
APHA
Max. 10