bismuth nitrate

bismuth nitrate

[′biz·məth ′nī‚trāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
Bi(NO3)3·5H2O White, triclinic crystals that decompose in water; used as an astringent and antiseptic.
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Confiscated chemicals include two plastic packs of orthophosphoric acid, two 500-gram plastic packs of bismuth nitrate oxide, 11 bottles of sulfuric acid, five 2.
Unprecedented aryl nitrite synthesis from potassium aryltrifluoroborates and bismuth nitrate.
Lead nitrate, BDH, England; nitric acid (65 % pure), E Merck, Germany; sodium fluoride, Riedal de-Haen, Germany; oxalic acid, Riedal de-Haen, Germany; bismuth nitrate, BDH, England; ferric nitrate, BDH, England; sulphuric acid, BDH, England; potassium dichromate, Riedal de-Haen, Germany and chromium(III) sulphate, commercial grade purchased from local market.
Solutions for inorganic phosphate determination prepared according to previous method [11] except bismuth nitrate and sodium nitrate.
Solution III: dissolve 3 g bismuth nitrate in 100ml 1M HCl, then add 3 g sodium nitrate (stable when protected from light).
To remedy the streaky situation, Jim is dabbing the star horse with a mixture of chemicals, most notably titanium oxide zinc and bismuth nitrate, which, for Dessie, will make a change from oats.
In the present work, bismuth nitrate and ferric chloride were used as the starting materials for the precursor of BFO.
ABSTRACT: The present paper describes a simple low-temperature synthesis method of preparing bismuth ferrite thin films by sol-gel route, using bismuth nitrates and iron chloride, acetic acid and ethylene glycol.