Chemical Name: Ammonium sulfate Fertilizer CAS 7783-20-2
CAS Number: 7783-20-2
Linear Formula: (NH4)2SO4
Molecular Weight: 132.14
EC Number: 231-984-1
MDL number: MFCD00003391
Appearance: White or off-white granule, easily soluble in water. Aqueous solution appears acid. Insoluble in alcohol, acetone and ammonia, Easily deliquescent in the air.
Packaging: In plastic woven bag lined with PE bag, 50kg net each.
Ammonium sulfate is a variety of nitrogen fertilizers, which has the advantages of fast fertilizer efficiency and high stability. In addition, the ammonium sulfate component has no chloride ion and is widely used in some chlorine-free crops. It is one of the main raw materials for the compound fertilizer.
Applicable to general soils and crops, can make branches and leaves grow vigorously, increase fruit quality and yield, increase crops' ability to disaster, and can be used as base fertilizer, top dressing and seed fertilizer.
It has relatively low hygroscopicity and is not easy to agglomerate. It has excellent physical properties and chemical stability compared with ammonium nitrate and ammonium bicarbonate. The reaction in soil is acidic, suitable for alkaline soil and carbonaceous soil. In addition to nitrogen, ammonium sulphate also contains sulphur, which is beneficial to crops. Rice is a better fertilizer. Applying ammonium sulphate can reduce the amount of methane released from rice and increase photosynthesis efficiency. Suitable for economical crops with good taste, such as melons, tea, soybeans, sweet potatoes, peanuts, citrus, lemon, oil and sugar cane crops.
In addition to being used as a fertilizer, ammonium sulfate is also used as a raw material for potassium sulfate, ammonium persulfate, rare earth mining, dyes, leather processing chemicals, and the like. In addition, it is also used in beer manufacturing, chemical reagents and battery production.