|Available in 99.99%, 99.999%
|Shape and particle size
|Available in powder
|It is packed with Dacron film, then covered with a sealed plastic film bag.
CdSO4 is an anhydrous salt form of cadmium sulfate, more commonly found as the monohydrate CdSO4-H2O. Like all salts, cadmium sulfate is colorless and highly soluble. The anhydrous high purity cadmium sulfate is produced using a preparation using cadmium and sodium persulfate, while the common hydrates of cadmium sulfate are produced through metal cadmium and diluted sulfuric acid.
Cadmium sulfate is used in a number of fields, both as a primary component and as a precursor to other cadmium compounds.
- Electroplating. Cadmium sulfate is primarily used in the electroplating of cadmium metal in certain applications. With the reduction of cadmium use in electronics, this is becoming less common.
- Electronics. Used to reduce corrosion in certain electrical circuit designs.
- Energy storage. A key component serving as an electrolyte in a Weston standard cell.
- Pigment production. Cadmium sulfate serves as a precursor to cadmium sulfide and other cadmium-based compounds used in as pigment.
- Flourescent screens. Sometimes used directly as a pigment in certain fluorescent screen designs.
We offer this material at 99.999% and 99.9999% purities. If you would like to learn more about AHP Materials’ standard cadmium sulfate offerings, or have questions about potential custom orders of cadmium sulfate or related compounds or elements, contact us today.
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