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ickel sulphamate which is green crystal, deliquesces in moisture air, freely soluble in water, losing crystal water to decompose under high temperature.in theory, the nickel content is 18%.
Nickel is a hard, malleable, ductile, lustrous, silvery white, ferromagnetic metallic element in Group VIII of periodic table; atomic number 28; atomic mass 58.69; melting point ca 1,453°C; boiling point ca 2,732°C; specific gravity 8.902 g/cm3; valence 0, 1, 2, 3; electronic config. 2-1 or 4s 23ds8. It is a fairly good conductor of heat and electricity. It takes on a high polish. Its magnetic properties and chemical activity resemble iron and cobalt. It has properties to form easily a number of alloys. Some of the metals that nickel can be combined with are iron, copper, chromium, and zinc. Most of these nickel compounds have blue or green color. Nickel dissolves in dilute acids slowly but will be passive with nitric acid like iron. Fine nickel powder adsorbs hydrogen and is in the hydrogenation of oils. Nickel alloys are used in making coins and heat exchange items like valve. The Most of nickel is used to make stainless steel as a protective and ornamental coating for less corrosion. Nickel is combined with many other elements, including chlorine, sulfur, and oxygen. Most of these nickel compounds dissolve easily in water and have a characteristic green or blue color with no characteristic odor or taste. Nickel compounds are used in plating, coloring ceramics, making some batteries, and as chemical reaction catalysts.
Electroplating, Organic chemical synthesis, Metal colouring, casting.