Zirconium disulfide is purplish brown powder, which is stable in air. . It is prepared from carbon disulfide and zirconium dioxide. When heating to red, it would ignite and turn to zirconium dioxide. When heating at higher than 800℃, it would’t melt but decomposing and subliming. Zirconium sulfide is not insoluble in water. Zirconium(IV) sulfide is insoluble in water, dilute acid, alkali and most organic solvents.
Alias: zirconium sulfide, zirconium(IV) sulfide
|Molecular Formula: ZrS2||Molecular Weight: 155.35||Density:3.87g/mL|
|CAS No.: 12039-15-5||EINECS No.:234-885-1||Melting Point:1550℃|
|Main Content:≥ %||Impurities:≤ ppm|