Platinum(IV) oxide,CAS 1314-15-4, PtO2, Platinum oxide

Platinum(IV) oxide,CAS 1314-15-4, PtO2, Platinum oxide
Platinum(IV) oxide,CAS 1314-15-4, PtO2, Platinum oxide
Platinum(IV) oxide,CAS 1314-15-4, PtO2, Platinum oxide
Platinum(IV) oxide,CAS 1314-15-4, PtO2, Platinum oxide
Platinum(IV) oxide,CAS 1314-15-4, PtO2, Platinum oxide
Platinum(IV) oxide, also known as platinum dioxide, is usually represented as Adams's catalyst, PtO2•H2O. It is a catalyst for hydrogenation and hydrogenolysis in organic synthesis. This dark brown powder is commercially available. The oxide itself is not an active catalyst, but it becomes active after exposure to hydrogen whereupon it converts to platinum black, which is responsible for reactions.

Identification
Name   Platinum(IV) oxide
Synonyms    Adams' catalyst; Platinum dioxide; Platinic oxide
Molecular Formula   PtO2
Molecular Weight   227.08
CAS Registry Number   1314-15-4
EINECS   215-223-0
Specification   Analytical pure
Pt content   Pt≥85.0% (anhydrous)
Pt≥80% (hydrate)
Pt≥70% (trihydrate)
Purity   Purity of original platinum powder > 99.95%
Properties
 
Melting point   450 ºC
Apperarance   black powder
Property   insoluble in water, concentrated acid and aqua regia; air stable
     
Safety Data
 
Hazard Symbols   symbol symbol   O;Xi 
Risk Codes   R38;R41;R8
Safety Description   S17;S22;S26;S28A;S36/37/39   
Transport Information   UN 1479
Application  
Hydrogenation catalyst for double bond,triple bond,aromatic, carbonyl,
nitrile, nitro reduction;
Good hydrogen absorption material;
The scope of the electronics industry in the resistance of low resistance;
Potentiometers ingredients such as raw materials and electronic
components industries thick line material.
MSDS   Platinum(IV)Oxide MSDS.pdf

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