Ruthenium(III) Chloride,10049-08-8,RuCl3
Ruthenium(III) Chloride,10049-08-8,RuCl3
Ruthenium(III) Chloride,10049-08-8,RuCl3
Ruthenium(III) Chloride,10049-08-8,RuCl3
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Ruthenium(III) Chloride,10049-08-8,RuCl3

Identification
Name
Ruthenium(III) Chloride
Synonyms

Ruthenium trichloride

Ruthenium (III) Chloride Hydrate

RUTHENIUM(III) CHLORIDE ANHYDROUS

RUTHENIUM TRICHLORIDE ANHYDROUS

Ruthenium sesquichloride


Molecular Structure
10049-08-8

Molecular Formula
RuCl3
Molecular Weight
207.43
CAS Registry Number
10049-08-8
EINECS
233-167-5
Properties
Ruthenium content
37.00%up
Purity
Purity of original ruthenium powder > 99.95%
Property
Black block, soluble in water and ethanol
Specification
Analytical pure
Appearance
black crystal
Application
Important material for producing chemical catalyst and other ruodium compounds
Density
3.11
Melting point
500 ºC
Water solubility
INSOLUBLE
Safety Data
Hazard Symbols
C
Risk Codes
R22;R34;R52/53
Safety Description
S26;S36/37/39;S45;S61
Transport Information
UN 3260

Ruthenium(III) Chloride uses:

Used as a pure reagent for spectroscopy. Used as a catalyst for the oxidative cyclization of 1,7-diene to oxepanediol. The tertiary carbon-hydrogen bond of the cyclic ether is hydroxylated with periodate or bromate.


Ruthenium(III) Chloride physical and chemical properties:

Ruthenium trichloride is a reddish-brown or black leaf-shaped crystal, which is easily deliquescent. The relative density is 3.11, decomposed into simple substance when it is higher than 500℃. It is insoluble in cold water and carbon disulfide, and decomposes in hot water, but hardly soluble in ethanol, but soluble in hydrochloric acid. It reacts with potassium iodide solution to form and precipitates iodide. When hydrogen sulfide is passed into the solution, it is precipitated as diruthenium trisulfide, which can form corresponding ammonia, cyanide, and nitroso groups with ammonia, potassium cyanide and potassium nitrite. The complex with sodium amalgam or titanium trichloride is reduced to blue divalent ruthenium ion.

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