Thallium chloride is colorless or white powder or crystal, which turns into purple in air or light. It is faintly soluble in water, however insoluble in alcohol and acetone. Thallous monochloride acutely reacts with fluorine or potassium. When come to high heat, it decompose and release highly toxic smoke. Thallium(I) sulfate or thallium(I) nitrate is the raw material.
|CAS No.:7791-12-0||EINECS No.:232-241-4||Molecular Formula:TlCl||Molecular Weight:239.84|
|Melting Point:430℃||Boiling Point:806℃||Density:7||UN 1707 6.1/PG 2|
Thallium(I) chloride use in hair remover, fireworks, signal detonator and flare.