GOST 11088-75

ГОСТ 11088-75

Reagents. Magnesium nitrate hexahydrate. Specifications

Реактивы. Магний нитрат 6-водный. Технические условия

Status: Effective - Supersedes. The limitation of effectiveness has been lifted: Protocol No. 5-94 of the IGU dated 05.17.94 (IUS 11-12-1994)

The standard applies to 6-water nitrate magnesium, which is a colorless monoclinic crystals melted in the air; easily soluble in water and alcohol.

Стандарт распространяется на 6-водный нитратмагния, представляющий собой бесцветные моноклинические кристаллы, расплывающиеся на воздухе; легко растворим в воде и спирте.

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Format: Electronic (pdf/doc)
Page Count: 20

Approved: Gosstandart of the USSR, 1/22/1975

SKU: RUSS63575

Price: $225.00

English keywords: chemical reagents;



The Product is Contained in the Following Classifiers:

PromExpert » SECTION I. TECHNICAL REGULATION » V Testing and control » 3 Activities of testing laboratories » 3.2 Technical equipment of testing laboratories » 3.2.3 Chemical reagents and highly pure substances » 3.2.3.1 Reagents »

ISO classifier » 71 CHEMICAL INDUSTRY » 71.040 Analytical Chemistry » 71.040.30 Chemical reagents »

National standards » 71 CHEMICAL INDUSTRY » 71.040 Analytical Chemistry » 71.040.30 Chemical reagents »

National Standards for KGS (State Standards Classification) » Latest edition » L Chemical products and rubber-asbestos products » L5 Reagents and highly pure substances » L51 Inorganic reagents »

National Standards for OKSTU » CHEMICAL REAGENTS AND HIGH PURITY SUBSTANCES » Salts of alkali metals, ammonium, alkaline earth metals, beryllium and aluminum »


As a Replacement Of:

GOST 11088-64: Magnesium nitrate

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