|CAS No.::||10102-44-0||Other Names::||Nitrogen Dioxide , Nitrogen(IV) Oxide, Deutoxide Of Nitrogen|
|UN No.::||1067||Place Of Origin::||China (Mainland)|
|Purity::||99.999%||Application::||Vehicle Exhaust, Boiler Emissions|
|Brand Name::||Accept OEM||Appearance::||Vivid Orange Gas|
|Package::||Seamless Steel Cylinders||Cylinders Volume::||10L, 40L Or 50L|
|Refill::||Ok||Cylinders Certificate::||GB, ISO, DOT|
|Odor:||Chlorine Like||Filling Pressure::||150-200 Bar|
|EINECS No.::||233-272-6||GHS Signal Word:||Danger|
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Nitrogen dioxide is gaseous substance a brownish red, highly active, also known as hydrogen peroxide.
Nitrogen dioxide plays an important role in the formation of ozone in the process. Nitrogen dioxide artificially generated mainly from the combustion process of the release, such as vehicle exhaust, boiler emissions etc..
|Item||Purity index (%)|
|Impurity content (PPM)||O2||≤5|
This product will not burn, but can be combustion. With strong oxidation. In case of clothing, sawdust, cotton or other combustible materials can burn immediately. And general fuel or rocket fuel and chlorinated hydrocarbons and other violent reaction caused by the explosion. Corrosive with water, corrosion increases with increasing moisture content.
Store in a cool, ventilated warehouse. Away from the fire, heat source. The temperature should not exceed 30 DEG C. Should be separated from the easy (but) fuel, halogen, food chemicals storage, avoid by all means. The storage area should be equipped with emergency treatment equipment.
Used as an oxidizing agent in chemical reaction and rocket fuel, used as a catalyst in the production of sulfuric acid in nitroso process.
NO2 is used as an intermediate in the manufacturing of nitric acid, as a nitrating agent in manufacturing of chemical explosives, as a polymerization inhibitor for acrylates, and as a flour bleaching agent.
It is also used as an oxidizer in rocket fuel, for example in red fuming nitric acid; it was used in the Titan rockets, to launch Project Gemini, in the maneuvering thrusters of the Space Shuttle, and in unmanned space probes sent to various planets