Gallium nitrate is in hydrate compound normally, like nonahydrate, octahydrate and so on. They are both white crystal powder and tend to dissolve in water. Gallium metal, gallium hydroxide or gallium(III) oxide is the raw material for them. Gallium(III) nitrate hydrate turns into anhydrous compound by vacuum drying and drying for 48 hour at 40℃. Their storage should avoid reducing agent and oxidizable material. They melt at 65℃. It hydrolyzes once dissolving in water, which tend to dissolve in ethyl alcohol too.
CAS No.: 13494-90-1
UN 1477 5.1/PG 3
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