"Cobalt Sulfate seen in it's crystalline form."

Cobalt Sulfate

Cobalt Hydroxide is useful in the manufacturing of glass, pigments, batteries and more. This mineral is also water soluble which makes it useful in Inks and soil additives.


Product Definition

Cobalt Sulfate (CosO4) is an inorganic compound that appears as red monoclinic crystals. These crystals melt around 250 Degrees C. Cobalt is mined from various ores and its most common forms are the hydrates CoSo47H20 and CoSO4H20. It is soluble in water, slightly soluble in ethanol, and very soluble in methanol. Cobalt is an essential compound for most higher forms of life but can be harmful if taken in excess.


Uses

  • Pigments
  • Porcelains
  • Glass
  • Storage Batteries
  • Electroplating Baths
  • Sympathetic Inks
  • Additive In Soils and Animal Feeds

MSDS

Available upon request