Chemical Name: Ammonium nitrate
CAS Number: 6484-52-2
Linear Formula: NH4NO3
Molecular Weight: 80.04
EC Number: 229-347-8
MDL number: MFCD00011425
Appearance: Ammonium nitrate (NH4NO3) is a colorless, odorless, transparent crystal or white crystal. It is visually free of mechanical impurities, easily soluble in water, ethanol, acetone, ammonia, easily hygroscopically agglomerated, and insoluble in ether.
Application: Ammonium nitrate is currently one of the world's major nitrogen fertilizer varieties. Ammonium nitrate is a physiologically neutral fertilizer that can be absorbed by crops without leaving any residue in the soil. Ammonium nitrate is suitable for a wide range of soils and crops, but is most suitable for dryland and dry crops, especially for cash crops such as tobacco, cotton and vegetables. Rice is generally used as a middle and late top dressing, and the effect is good. If it is used as a base fertilizer, its fertilizer efficiency is lower than other nitrogen fertilizers.
It can also be used as an analytical reagent, a refrigerant, and an oxidizing agent. Decomposes with alkali. It is an oxidant used in chemical fertilizers and chemical raw materials.
Packaging: In plastic woven bag lined with PE bag, 50kg net each.
Shipment: Avoid mixing and storage with flammable and explosive materials such as metallic powders, oils and organic substances.