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Nickel Products

Nickel is a highly versatile metal with uses in a wide range of applications: most notably as a plating agent in surface treatments, and is widely used in pigments, glass, ceramics, water treatment, powder metallurgy, agriculture, catalysts and more. Buying top-quality Nickel specialty products is sure to set you apart in each of these industries. Enquire with Bluestone to purchase nickel metal products made for your industry.

Nickel

NiO

Low grade Nickel Oxide

Chemical Formula:

NiO

CAS No.: 1313-99-1
Appearance: a dark gray or greenish-black powder.
About Low grade Nickel Oxide:

The key applications of low-grade Nickel Oxide are in ceramics and pigments as a colorant, as a catalyst, in certain fuel cells and battery electrodes, in chemical synthesis, and in certain electronic and metallurgical applications.

Ni(CH3COO)2.4H2O

Nickel Acetate

Chemical Formula:

Ni(CH3COO)2.4H2O

CAS No.: 6018-89-9
Appearance: green crystalline powder
About Nickel Acetate:

Nickel acetate is an inorganic compound of nickel and acetic acid usually found as a tetrahydrated form. Nickel green tetrahydrate is mainly used in the aluminium anodization industry and as a catalyst in different chemical processes.

Ni3(OH)4CO3

Nickel Carbonate

Chemical Formula:

Ni3(OH)4CO3

CAS No.: 12607-70-4
Appearance: Green powder
About Nickel Carbonate:

Nickel Carbonate, also sometimes referred to as Nickel Hydroxycarbonate is often used in the catalyst industry and to adjust the pH of Nickel baths.
We offer various grades of Nickel Carbonate, tailormade to match customer specifications.

Synonyms: Nickel Hydroxycarbonate

Ni(CO)4

Nickel Carbonyl Powder

Chemical Formula:

Ni(CO)4

CAS No.: 13463-39-3
Appearance: a colorless or light yellow powder
About Nickel Carbonyl Powder:

The key application of Nickel Carbonyl is in the production of high-purity nickel metal and other nickel compounds through the carbonyl process.

NiCl2.6H2O

Nickel Chloride crystals

Chemical Formula:

NiCl2.6H2O

CAS No.: 7791-20-0
Appearance: Green crystalline powder
About Nickel Chloride crystals:

Nickel chloride is a fundamental element of many galvanic baths and it is also used for constructing anti-gas makes.

NiCl2

Nickel Chloride solution

Chemical Formula:

NiCl2

CAS No.: 7718-54-9
Appearance: a greenish-yellow crystalline liquid
About Nickel Chloride solution:

Nickel Chloride solutions find various applications in electroplating, catalyst preparation, and chemical synthesis processes. The color and solubility of Nickel Chloride in water make it suitable for use in these applications where a water-soluble source of nickel is required.

C10H12NiN2O8Na2

Nickel EDTA crystals

Chemical Formula:

C10H12NiN2O8Na2

CAS No.: 15708-55-1
Appearance: Blue granules
About Nickel EDTA crystals:

Nickel EDTA is used as a chelated nickel source in industrial processes, such as electroplating, metal finishing, and water treatment. It serves as a micronutrient fertilizer in agriculture to correct nickel deficiencies in soils and promote plant growth.

C10H12NiN2O8(NH4)2

Nickel EDTA solution

Chemical Formula:

C10H12NiN2O8(NH4)2

CAS No.: 947-740-9
Appearance: a clear or slightly yellowish liquid
About Nickel EDTA solution:

EDTA Nickel solution serves as a stable and water-soluble source of nickel for electroplating applications.

C10H12NiN2O8Na2

Nickel EDTA solution

Chemical Formula:

C10H12NiN2O8Na2

CAS No.: 15708-55-1
Appearance: a clear or slightly yellowish liquid
About Nickel EDTA solution:

EDTA Nickel solution serves as a stable and water-soluble source of nickel for electroplating applications.

C10H14NiN2O8

Nickel EDTA solution

Chemical Formula:

C10H14NiN2O8

CAS No.: 25481-21-4
Appearance: a clear or slightly yellowish liquid
About Nickel EDTA solution:

EDTA Nickel solution serves as a stable and water-soluble source of nickel for electroplating applications.

NiF2.4H2O

Nickel Fluoride

Chemical Formula:

NiF2.4H2O

CAS No.: 13940-83-5
Appearance: Green powder
About Nickel Fluoride:

Nickel difluoride is widely used as a catalyst and as a raw material for cold-sealing during aluminium anodisation.

Ni(OH)2

Nickel Hydroxide

Chemical Formula:

Ni(OH)2

CAS No.: 12054-48-7
Appearance: Green powder
About Nickel Hydroxide:

Nickel hydroxide is used to produce other nickel salts.

Ni(NO3)2.6H2O

Nickel Nitrate

Chemical Formula:

Ni(NO3)2.6H2O

CAS No.: 13478-00-7
Appearance: Green Crystal
About Nickel Nitrate:

Nickel nitrate is used to prepare nickel catalysts for hydrogenation reactions of organic derivatives.

Ni(NO3)2

Nickel Nitrate solution

Chemical Formula:

Ni(NO3)2

CAS No.: 13138-45-9
Appearance: green solution
About Nickel Nitrate solution:

Nickel nitrate is used to prepare nickel catalysts for hydrogenation reactions of organic derivatives.

NiO

Nickel Oxide black

Chemical Formula:

NiO

CAS No.: 1313-99-1
Appearance: Nickel Oxide black has a black color and is usually in the form of a coarser powder or granules.
About Nickel Oxide black:

Nickel Oxide black is primarily used as a catalyst in various chemical reactions and as a raw material for the production of other nickel compounds.

NiO

Nickel Oxide brown

Chemical Formula:

NiO

CAS No.: 1313-99-1
Appearance: Nickel Oxide brown has a brownish color, and it is usually in the form of a fine powder.
About Nickel Oxide brown:

Nickel Oxide brown is often used as a colorant in ceramics, glass, and pigments due to its brown color.

Ni

Nickel Powder

Chemical Formula:

Ni

CAS No.: 1313-99-1
Appearance: Nickel is a powdery gray odorless solid powder.
About Nickel Powder:

Nickel powder 99,9% is used as a catalyst in numerous chemical reactions, welding, powder metallurgy and in magnets manufacturing.

Ni(NH2SO3)2

Nickel Sulfamate solution

Chemical Formula:

Ni(NH2SO3)2

CAS No.: 13770-89-3
Appearance: Dark Green liquid
About Nickel Sulfamate solution:

Nickel sulphamate is used as a raw material for the surface treatment industry.

NiSO4•6H2O

Nickel Sulphate crystals

Chemical Formula:

NiSO4•6H2O

CAS No.: 10101-97-0
Appearance: Emerald Green crystals
About Nickel Sulphate crystals:

Nickel sulphate is used in nickel-plating and to produce catalysts for the hydrogenation of greases and for coating in ceramics

Nickel / Associated Industry

When it comes to crafting glass with unparalleled quality and unique properties, nothing quite compares to the exceptional attributes offered by Cobalt, Nickel, Copper, and Selenium. Cobalt lends its luxurious blue hues, Nickel helps glass stand the test of time. Copper infuses earthy tones, while Selenium absorbs UV rays and removes impurities, creating optically clear glass.

Ceramics And Pigments

In the world of ceramics and pigments, innovation meets quality through essential metals. Cobalt is known for its brilliant blue hue, Nickel imparts stability and strength, and Copper adds a spectrum of colors with its versatility. Minor metals act as crucial catalysts for performance and sustainability. In the production of enamels, they provide exceptional durability and visual appeal.

Plating

Nickel, Cobalt, and other minor metals are vital in the plating industry. Our high-quality specialty chemicals play a pivotal role in electroplating and electroless plating processes. Nickel’s exceptional surface finishing, corrosion resistance, and durability enhancement, make it ideal for electroplating applications. Cobalt excels in electroless plating, where it enables seamless, uniform coatings.

Agriculture

Let our performance products revolutionize your crop productivity. Cobalt bolsters growth and nutrient uptake in leguminous plants. Molybdenum optimizes plant metabolism. Nickel facilitates plant growth and disease resistance. Copper strengthens plant cell walls. Selenium enriches plant antioxidants. EDTA chelates essential micronutrients. Bluestone empowers farmers worldwide to sustainably cultivate healthier, higher-yielding crops.

Catalyst

Cobalt, Nickel, Molybdenum and Tungsten are cornerstone elements of our cutting-edge catalysts for industrial processes. Cobalt and Nickel’s catalytic properties enhance chemical reaction effeciency, while Molybdenum ensures superior stability and resistance to harsh conditions. Tungsten’s remarkable strength extends the longevity of catalysts and optimizes their performance.

Powder Metallurgy

Cobalt powder has exceptional magnetic properties and high-temperature resistance: ideal for manufacturing precision tools and components in motors, magnets, and electrical contacts. Nickel powder has excellent corrosion resistance and strength, which is essential in superalloys and stainless steels for aerospace, automotive, and medical applications.

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