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Why zinc sulfate turns yellow?

Views:59     Author:VV     Publish Time: 2016-11-14      Origin:Rech Chemical Co. LTD

In our sample cupboard, there are different batches of zinc sulfate. The day before yesterday, I sorted all inventory samples out and found that some batches of zinc sulfate , stocked in a long time,were appeared light yellow and their liquidity is not very good.

Generally speaking, as long as well preserved, zinc sulfate wouldn’t go bad. The mainly reason for zinc sulfate becoming yellow is that the package is not tight enough that make product long time exposed to the air. The products will combine with water in the air as hydrate. This affects fluency. Moreover, the impurity in the air would pollute it too. So the color of zinc sulfate slowly changes from white to light yellow.

Another reason of making zinc sulfate yellowing is the content of Fe over common level. Therefore, in order to guarantee the quality of the zinc sulfate, such as the purity, liquidity and so on, seal the products well and stock in ventilated, cool warehouse. Remember to keep it away from fire and heat source and avoid to be mixed with other chemicals.<o:p>

By the way, you can find "How to test the chloride ion content in zinc sulfate?" in our website

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