Bismuth Subnitrate Properties, Molecular Formula, Applications - WorldOfChemicals

Bismuth Subnitrate Properties

Bismuth Subnitrate

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Description

 

Bismuth subnitrate is used pharmaceutically in wound dressing, ointment component and as an antiacid. In cosmetics it is used as a cosmetic white pigment.

Chemical Properties

Appearance White, Heavy, Slightly Hygroscopic Powder
CAS Number 1304-85-4
Class 5.1
Density 4.928 g/cm3
EINECS Number 215-136-8
IUPAC Name Tetrabismuth Oxobismuth Nonahydroxide Tetranitrate
InChI 1S/5Bi.4NO3.9H2O.O/c;;;;;4*2-1(3)4;;;;;;;;;;/h;;;;;;;;;9*1H2;/q+1;4*+3;4*-1;;;;;;;;;;/p-9
InChIKey OAVDTZZNYFIIGB-UHFFFAOYSA-E
Melting Point 260°C
Molar Mass 1461.99 g/mol
Molecular Formula Bi5H9N4O22
NFPA 704 H-2,F-0,R-1,C-OX
PG 2
RTECS Number EB2977000
Synonyms Bismuth Hydroxide Nitrate Oxide;Bismuth Subnitrate;Bismuthhydroxide Nitrate Oxide;Basic Bismuth Nitrate;BismuthMagistery;Bismuth Oxynitrate;Bismuth Subnitricum;Bismuthwhite;Bismuthyl Nitrate;Blanc de fard;C.I. 77169;C.I. Pigment White 17;Magistery of Bismuth;Novismuth;OrbeSeal;Roter;Snowcal 5SW;Vicalin;Vikaline
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