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1. Salts of the precious metals

i/i

The name of the compound

Chemical formula

Content of metal,%

Normative documents

CAS number

 

Platinum

 

 

 

 

1.

Hexachloroplatinic acid (crystal)

H2PtCl6 *nH2O

37,5 42,5

S 2612-018-57979587-04

26023-84-7

2.

Solution of hexachloroplatinic acid

H2PtCl6

18,0 32,0

S 2612-009-57979587-04

16941-12-1

3.

Cis dichlorodiammineplatinum (II)

cis-[Pt(NH3)2Cl2]

64,4-65,1

S 2625-028-57979587-2005

15663-27-1

 

Palladium

 

 

 

 

4.

Palladium (II) chloride crystal dust

PdCl2

59,2-60,2

S 2625-011-57979587-04

7647-10-1

5.

Palladium (II) chloride solution in chlorohydric acid

PdCl2

13,5-22,5

S 2625-011-57979587-04

7647-10-1

6.

Palladium (II) acetate

Pd(CH3COO)2

45,7-47,7

S 2625-017-57979587-04

3375-31-3

7.

Palladium (II) nitrate solution in nitric acid

Pd(NO3)2

15,0-29,0

S 2625-010-57979587-04

10102-05-3

8.

Palladium (II) nitrate low-acid solution

Pd(NO3)2

12,5-16,0

S 2625-033-57979587-2005

10102-05-3

9.

Tetra ammine of palladium (II) chloride crystal

[Pd(NH3)4]Cl2*H2O

40,0-43,5

S 2625-034-57979587-2005

13815-17-3

10.

Dichlorodiamminepalladium (II) crystal

Pd(NH3)2Cl2

49,5-50,5

S 2625-035-57979587-2005

14323-53-6

 

Rhodium

 

 

 

 

11.

Rhodium (III) iodide

RhI3

19,5-21,2

S 2625-014-57979587-04

15492-38-3

12.

Rhodium (III) chloride solution

RhCl3

50,0-120,0 /

S 2625-032-57979587-2005

20765-98-4

13.

Rhodium (III) chloride hydrate

RhCl3*nH2O

37,0-40,0

S 2625-012-57979587-04

20765-98-4

14.

Rhodium (III) sulphate solution

Rh2(SO4)3 * n H2O

8,0

2625-038-57979587-2005

10489-46-0

 

Iridium

 

 

 

 

15.

Hexachloroiridic acid

H2IrCl6

19,0-25,0

S 2625-030-57979587-2005

16941-92-7

 

Silver

 

 

 

 

16.

Methane sulphonate of silver

Ag(CH3SO3)

51,0-55,0

S 2625-039-57979587-2005

2386-52-9

 

 

 

4. Salts of the precious metals produced by order

i/i

The name of the compound

Chemical formula

Content of metal,%

CAS number

 

Gold

 

 

 

1

Disulphiteaurate(I) ammonium (solution)

(NH4)3[Au(SO3)]2

about 10%

 

2

Bis(thiosulphate)aurate(I) natrium (hydrate)

Na3[Au(S2O3)2]H2O

about 37%

10210-36-3

3

Bis(thiosulphate)aurate(I) natrium (solution)

Na3[Au(S2O3)2]H2O

about

 2%

10210-36-3

4

Chloro(triphenylphosphane)gold(I)

[AuCl(PPh3)]

about 39%

14243-64-2

5

Hydroxide gold(III)

Au(OH)3

about 80%

1303-52-2

6

Goldchloraurate acid (hydrate)

H[AuCl4]n H2O

about 50%

16903-35-8

7

Goldchloraurate acid (solution)

H[AuCl4]

till 40%

16903-35-8

8

Tetrachloroaurate(III) kalium

K[AuCl4]

about 52%

13682-61-6

9

Tetrachloroaurate (III) ammonium

NH4[AuCl4]

about 55%

13874-04-9

10

Tetrachloroaurate (III) natrium (hydrate)

Na[AuCl4]n H2O

about 49%

13874-02-7

11

Tetrabromaurate (III) natrium

Na[AuBr4]

about 33%

52495-41-7

12

Diauricyanide kalium, type (Italy production)

K[Au(CN)2]

68,2%

13967-50-5

13

Diauricyanide kalium, type B (Italy production)

K[Au(CN)2]

67%

13967-50-5

14

Tetraauricyanide (III) kalium (Italy production)

K[Au(CN)4]

about 58%

14263-59-3

 

Iridium

 

 

 

1

Hexachloroiridate(IV) ammonium

(NH4)2[IrCl6]

about 43%

16940-92-4

2

Di-m-chloro-bis[(cyclo octa -1,5-diene)iridium(I)]

[{Ir(cod)}2(m-Cl)2]

about 57%

12112-67-3

3

Hexachlorideiridic acid (hydrate)

H2[IrCl6]n H2O

about 43%

16941-92-7

4

Iridium acetate

Ir(OAc)x

about 48%

 

5

Chloride iridium(III)

IrCl3

about 64%

10025-83-9

6

Chloride iridium(III) (hydrate)

IrCl3n H2O

about 54%

14996-61- 3

7

Chloride iridium(III) (solution)

IrCl3

about 10%

10025-83-9

8

Chloride iridium(IV) (hydrate)

IrCl4n H2O

about 53%

10025-97-5

9

Iridium(IV) oxide

IrO2

about 86%

12030-49-8

10

Iridium(IV) oxide (hydrate)

IrO2n H2O

about 80%

30980-84-4

11

Hexachloroiridate(IV) kalium

K2[IrCl6]

about 39%

16920-56-2

12

Hexachloroiridate(IV) natrium (hydrate)

Na2[IrCl6]n H2O

about 34%

19567-78-3

13

Tris(acetylacetonate)iridium(III)

[Ir(acac)3]

about 37%

15635-87-7

 

Palladium

 

 

 

1

Hexachloropalladate(IV) ammonium

(NH4)[PdCl6]

about 30%

19168-23-1

2

Hexachloropalladate (II) ammonium

(NH4)[PdCl4]

about 37%

13820-40-1

3

Bis(acetonitrile)dichloropalladium(II)

[PdCl2(CH3CN)2]

about 41%

14592-56-4

4

Bis(acetylacetonate)palladium(II)

[Pd(acac)2]

about 35%

14024-61-4

5

Bis(dibenzylidineacetone)palladium(0)

Pd(dba)2

about 21%

32005-36-0

6

Bis(ethylenediamine)palladium (II) dichloride

[Pd(en)2]Cl2

about 35%

13963-53-6

7

Diamminechloropalladium(II)

[PdCl2(NH3)2]

about 50%

14323-43-4

8

Diamminedinitropalladium(II)

[Pd(NO2)2(NH3)2]

about 18%

14708-52-2

9

Dichlorobis(triphenylphosphane)palladium(II)

[PdCl2(PPh3)2]

about 15%

12107-56-1

10

Dichloro(cyclo octa -1,5-diene)palladium(II)

[PdCl2(cod)]

about 37%

12107-56-1

11

Dichloro[1,1'-ferrocenylbis(diphenylphosphane)] palladium (II) dichloromethane

[PdCl2(dppf)]CH2Cl2

about 13%

72287-26-4

12

Palladium(II) bromide

PdBr2

about 40%

13444-94-5

13

Palladium(II) oxide

PdO

about 87%

1314-08-5

14

Palladium(II) sulphate

PdSO4

about 52%

13566-03-5

15

Palladium(II) sulphate (solution)

PdSO4

till 8%

13566-03-5

16

Hexachloropalladate (IV) kalium

K2[PdCl6]

about 27%

16919-73-6

17

Tetrachloropalladate (II) kalium

K2[PdCl4]

about 32%

10025-98-6

18

Tetrachloropalladate (II) natrium

Na2[PdCl4]

about 36%

13820-53-6

19

Tetrachloropalladate (II) natrium (solution)

Na2[PdCl4]

about 15%

13820-53-6

20

Tetraamminepalladium(II) chloride (solution)

[Pd(NH3)4]Cl2

till 10%

13815-17-3

21

Tetraamminepalladium(II) hydrocarbonate

[Pd(NH3)4](HCO3)2

about 35%

134620-00-1

22

Tetraamminepalladium(II)hydroxide(solution)

[Pd(NH3)4](OH)2

about

 5%

68413-68-3

23

Tetraamminepalladium(II)nitrate(solution)

[Pd(NH3)4](NO3)2

about  6%

13601-08-6

24

Tetraamminepalladium(II)sulphate(solution)

[Pd(NH3)4]SO4

about

 4%

13601-06-4

25

Tetrakis(triphenylphosphane)palladium(0)

[Pd(PPh3)]

about  9%

14221-01

 

Platinum

 

 

 

1

Hexachloroplatinate(IV) ammonium

(NH4)2[PdCl6]

about  44%

16919-58-7

2

Bis(acetylacetonate) palladium (II)

[Pt(acac)2]

about  49%

15170-57-7

3

Trans- Diamminedichloroplatinum(II)

-[PtCl2(NH3)2]

about 65%

14913-33-8

4

Cis-diamminediiodineplatinum(II)

-[PtI2(NH3)2]

about 40%

15978-93-5

5

Cis-Diamminedinitroplatinum(II) (suspension)

-[Pt(NO2)2(NH3)2]

about 10%

14286-02-3

6

Cis-Diamminedinitroplatinum(II) (ammonia solution)

-[Pt(NO2)2(NH3)2]

till 5%

14286-02-3

7

Cis-Diamminedinitroplatinum(II) (nitric-acid solution)

-[Pt(NO2)2(NH3)2]

about 10%

14286-02-3

8

Cis-Dichlorobis(triphenylphosphane)platinum(II)

-[PtCl2(PPh3)2]

about  24%

10199-34-5

9

Di--chloro-bis[chloro)cyclo hexyne)platinum(II)]

[{PtCl(C6H10)}2(-Cl)2]

about  55%

12176-53-3

10

Dichloro(cyclo octa -1,5-diene)platinum(II)

[PtCl2(cod)]

about  52%

12080-32-9

11

hydroxoplatinum acid

H2[Pt(OH)6]

about  56%

51850-20-5

12

Platinum chloride(II)

PtCl2

about  73%

10025-65-7

13

Platinum chloride (IV)

PtCl4

about  58%

13454-96-1

14

Complex platinum(0) with divinyltetramethyldisiloxane(Concentrate of Karshted)

"[Pt2(C8H18OSi2)3]"

about  21%

68478-92-2

15

Platinum(II) nitrate

Pt(NO3)2

about 58%

18496-40-7

16

Platinum(II) nitrate (solution)

Pt(NO3)2

till 15%

18496-40-7

17

Sulphite of platinum (solution)

"Pt(SO3)x'

about 10%

61420-92-6

18

Kalium amminetrichloroplatinate(II)

K[PtCl3(NH3)]

about 54%

13820-91-2

19

Kalium hexachloroplatinate(IV)

K2[PtCl6]

about 40%

16921-30-5

20

Kalium hexahydroxoplatinate(IV)

K2[Pt(OH)6]

about 52%

12285-90-4

21

Natrium hexachloroplatinate(IV) (hydrate)

Na2[PtCl6]nH2O

about 35%

19583-77-8

22

Natrium hexahydroxoplatinate(IV)

Na2[Pt(OH)6]

about 56%

12325-31-4

23

Natrium tetrachloroplatinate (II) (hydrate)

Na2[PtCl4]nH2O

about 43%

14460-25-4

24

Natrium tetrachloroplatinate(II) (solution)

Na2[PtCl4]

about

 8%

10026-00-3

25

Tetraammineplatinum(II) chloride (hydrate)

[Pt(NH3)4]Cl2nH2O

about 55%

13933-32-9

26

Tetraammineplatinum(II) chloride

[Pt(NH3)4]Cl2

about  6%

16971-49-6

27

Tetraammineplatinum(II) hydrocarbonate

[Pt(NH3)4](HCO3)2

about 51%

123439-82-7

28

Tetraammineplatinum(II) hydrophosphate (solution)

[Pt(NH3)4]HPO4

about  2%

127733-98-6

29

Tetraammineplatinum(II) hydroxide (solution)

[Pt(NH3)4](OH)2

about  10%

38201-97-7

30

Tetraammineplatinum(II) nitrate (solution)

[Pt(NH3)4](NO3)2

about  3%

20634-12-2

 

Rhodium

 

 

 

1

(Acetylacetonate)carbonyl(triphenylphosphane)rhodium(I)

[Rh(acac)(CO)(PPh3)]

about  21%

25470-96-6

2

(Acetylacetonate)dicarbonyls rhodium(I)

[Rh(acac)(CO)2]

about 40%

14874-82-9

3

Ammonium  aqua pentachlororhodate(III)

(NH4)3[RhCl5(H2O)]

about 31%

63771-33-5

4

Ammonium hexachlororhodate(III)

(NH4)3)[RhCl6]

about 27%

15336-18-2

5

Bis(cyclo octa-1,5-diene)rhodium(I) tetra fluoborate

[Rh(cod)2]BF4

about 25%

35138-22-8

6

Carbonyl chlorobis(triphenylphosphane)rhodium(I)

[RhCl(CO)(PPh3)2]

about 15%

13938-94-8

7

Chlorotris(triphenylphosphane) rhodium(I) (Catalyst of Vilkinson)

[RhCl(PPh3)3]

about 11%

14694-95-2

8

Di--chloro-bis[chloro(pentamethylcyclopentadienyl)-rhodium(III)]

[{RhClCp*}2(-Cl)2]

about 33%

12354-85-7

9

Di- -chloro-bis[(cyclo octa-1,5-diene)rhodium(I)]

[{Rh(cod)}2(-Cl)2]

about 42%

12092-47-6

10

Hexaamminerhodium(III) chloride

[Rh(NH3)6]Cl3

about  2%

13820-96-7

11

Kalium hexachlororhodate(III) (hydrate)

K3[RhCl6]nH2O

about 24%

13845-07-3

12

Kalium hexanitrorhodate(III)

K3[Rh(NO2)6]

about 21%

17712-66-2

13

Rhodium acetate

"Rh(OAc)x"

about  39%

42204-14-8

14

Rhodium acetate (ethanoate solution)

"Rh(OAc)x"

till 8%

 

15

Rhodium (III) chloride

RhCl3

about  49%

10049-07-7

16

Rhodium 2-ethylhexanoate (solution in 2-ethyl-hexanol)

"Rh2(C8H15O2)4"

about  2%

20845-92-5

17

Rhodium (III) nitrate hydrate

Rh(NO3)3nH2O

about 40%

13465-43-5

18

Rhodium (III) nitrate solution

Rh(NO3)3

till 13%

10139-58-9

19

Rhodium (III) oxide

Rh2O3

till 81%

12036-35-0

20

Rhodium (III) oxide hydrate

Rh2O3nH2O

about 55%

21656-02-0

21

Rhodium (III) phosphate (solution)

RhPO4

about  3%

67859-71-6

22

Rhodium sulphite

"Rh(SO3)x"

about  6%

 

23

Natrium hexachlororhodate (III) hydrate

Na3[RhCl6]nH2O

about 20%

15002-93-3

24

Tris(acetylacetonate)rhodium(III)

[Rh(acac)3]

about 26%

14284-92-5

 

CLASS=row

 

 

 

1

Silver(I) acetate

Ag(OAc)

about 64%

563-63-3

2

Silver (I) carbonate

Ag2CO3

about 78%

534-16-7

3

Silver (I) chloride

AgCl

about 75%

7783-90-6

4

Silver (I) nitrate (by GOST)

AgNO3

about 63%

7761-88-8

5

Silver (I) oxide

Ag2O

about 93%

20667-12-3

6

Silver (II) oxide

AgO

about 87%

1301-96-8

7

Silver (I) phosphate

Ag3PO4

about 77%

7784-09-0

8

Silver (I) sulphate

Ag2SO4

about 69%

10294-26-5

9

Silver (I) thiocyanates

AgSCN

about 65%

1701-93-5

 

                                                                             3. Anodes from the precious metals and platinized or rhodium plating of titanic

 

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Goods produced by CJSC DRAGTSVETMET and realized by LLC "DCM - GALVANI":

1.1 Electrolytes of gold plating Elgol, marks:
"G" electrolyte for quick application of shining yellow coverings by clear soft gold;
"GC" electrolyte for quick application of shining yellow coverings by clear rough gold (with addition <1% cobalt)
"GN" electrolyte for quick application of shining yellow coverings by clear rough gold (
<1% nickel)

Passports on electrolytes of gold plating:

PASSPORT
on electrolyte "ELGOL" G



 Electrolyte "ELGOL" G serves to electrochemical gold plating of products on the base of noble metals, copper and solutions, nickel and cobalt. Electrolyte can be used in jewelry industry for application of gold coverings of yellow color with gold concentration 99.5-99.9 % .
Color of the coverings - yellow, of clear gold .
Content of the product:
gold - 10 ;
complexing salt;
additive correcting
of electrolyte;
forming shine additive 2 g;
wetting out additive 0,5 g
pH of electrolyte - 3,8-5,0
temperature -25-50 0


Recommended anodic material - platinum, platinized titanic
Voltage 2,2-2,8
(current intensity 1-3 A/dm2)
Solution capacity 1000ml.

PASSPORT
on electrolyte "ELGOL" GN



Electrolyte "ELGOL-1" GN serves to electrochemical gold plating of products on the base of noble metals, copper and solutions, nickel and cobalt. Electrolyte can be used in jewelry industry and microelectronics for application of coverings by solutions of gold nickel having raised firmness.
Color of the coverings - yellow with greeny contrast.

Content of the product:
gold - 10 g;
nickel - 0,5
complexing salt
additive correcting
of electrolyte
forming shine additive 2 g;
wetting out additive 0,5 g;
pH - 3,8-4,5

Recommended anodic material - platinum, platinized titanic
Voltage 2-3
(current intensity 1-3 A/dm2)
Solution capacity 1000ml.

1.2 Electrolytes of rhodium plating bath "Rodel", marks:
"B" white shining rhodium plating for bath;
"LB" local white shining rhodium plating;
"CH" black rhodium plating for bath;
"LCH" local black rhodium plating.

Passports on electrolytes of rhodium plating:

PASSPORT on electrolyte "RODEL" LB



Electrolyte "RODEL-1" LB serves to local (tribo) electrochemical gold plating of products on the base of noble metals, copper and solutions, nickel and cobalt. . Electrolyte can be used in jewelry industry. Color of the coverings silvery white.
Content of the product:
rhodium - 2 g
sulfuric acid
forming shine additive
wetting liquid
pH < 1
temperature 20-300

Voltage 9-15
(current intensity 3-5 A/dm2)
Solution capacity - 100 ml.

Product is fire and explosionproof, non toxic.
Attention! You must avoid hitting the product on your open area of skin, eyes.

PASSPORT on electrolyte "RODEL" B

 Electrolyte "RODEL" B serves to electrochemical gold plating of products on the base of noble metals, copper and solutions, nickel and cobalt. Electrolyte can be used in jewelry and electronic industry. Color of the coverings silvery white.

Content of the product:
rhodium - 2 g ;
phosphoric acid
forming shine additive.
blanching additive;
wetting liquid
pH < 1
Temperature - 25-50 0C
Recommended anodic material - platinum, platinized titanic.

Voltage 3,5-4,5 (current intensity 1-3 /dm2)
Solution capacity - 1000 ml

Product is fire and explosionproof, non toxic.
Attention! You must avoid hitting the product on your open area of skin, eyes.
It is not allowed overheating electrolyte more than, it is recommended to mix the solution.

PASSPORT on electrolyte "RODEL" CH

Electrolyte "RODEL" CH serves to electrochemical gold plating of products on the base of noble metals, copper and solutions, nickel and cobalt. Electrolyte can be used in jewelry industry.
Color of the coverings black with pearlized contarst.

Content of the product:
rhodium - 2 g;
sulfuric acid;
forming shine additive.2 g
additive correcting the color of the covering 2 g;
wetting liquid - 0,05 g.
pH < 1
temperature 20-400

Recommended anodic material - platinum, platinized titanic.
Voltage 2,5-3,0
(current intensity 1-3 /dm2)
Solution capacity - 1000 ml

Product is fire and explosionproof, non toxic.
Attention! You must avoid hitting the product on your open area of skin, eyes.
Loading of goods is to be made current-carrying. No overheating of electrolyte more than 70 0
. It is recommended to mix electrolyte in exploitation.

Protective measures in exploitation of electrolytes of rhodium plating bath



Rhodium electrolytes are extremely sensitive to pollution.
Presence of copper in the content of the electrolyte results in appearance of micro separations.
Presence of iron causes pitting. In presence of lead and silver more than 0,001 g/l the coverings become darkgray and spotted.
Organic substances may essentially worsen the quality of the rhodium plating. Residues of the polishing pastes, contact with adhesive tape, Zapon lacquer, enamel, galipot causes an appearance of pitting and darken of the coverings. Organic and nonorganic impurities may be bringing in electrolyte from air handling system from surrounding rooms. In connection with this before application of rhodium plating the product must be carefully cleaned from polishing pastes. Residues of the solution are for deoiling and corrosion.
Products from copper, copper alloys, silver, silver alloys for prevention dilution of it in electrolyte must be hanged in electrolysis bath current-carrying. As hanger rod is better to use copper wire with rhodium plating.
Draw-in air system of electrolysers must be fitted with filters and separated from ventilation of other productions.

1.3 Electrolytes of silver plating "Elarg", marks:
"DMG" bright without cyanide silver plating.
"Elarg" R semi bright silver plating

Passports on electrolytes of silver plating.

PASSPORT on electrolyte "ELARG" R

Electrolyte "ELARG" R serves to electrochemical silver plating of products from copper, copper alloys and nickel and cobalt alloys. Electrolyte can be used in jewelry and electronic industry for application of coverings of white color with concentration of silver 99.0-99.5 %.

 Color of the coverings dull white, of clear silver.

Content of the product:

silver - 40 g;
complexing salt 200 g;
additive correcting
of electrolyte 30 g;
pH of electrolyte - 9-10
Temperature -25-30 0

Recommended anodic material - platinized titanic, silver
Voltage 1,8-2,2
(current intensity 1-2 /dm2)
Solution capacity 1000ml.

Product is fire and explosionproof, non toxic.

1.4 Solutions for surface treatment

-Solution for electrochemical deoiling.
-Solution for chemical polishing

Application instruction on using of solution of electrochemical deoiling

General positions

Electrochemical deoiling of parts is organized either on cathode or anode or by combined method consistent polarity changing (cathode-anode), anode finish is lead in the short run. Electrochemical deoiling is more effective process than chemical deoiling. In the electrochemical deoiling oils emulsionize by nascent bubbles of hydrogen (in cathode deoiling) or oxygen (in anode deoiling). In the first case due to intensive discharge of ions of hydrogen on cathode in cathode layer of electrolyte being on the border of surface of work parts beneficiations by hydroxyl ions is taken place which saponify oils of zoogenic and phytogenic. Rich gaseous release promotes laceration of fatty film and formatting of drops subjected to a force of surface-tension. Oil droplets separate and bobs up dragged by gas bubbles to electrolyte surface. Nascent hydrogen on cathode can diffuse deep in metal and cause so called of hydrogen brittleness parts. Therefore thermally processed steel parts (especially parts of small sections, springs, etc.), which dont allow structure and mechanical changes; its not recommended to deoil on cathode. In that case parts are deoiled on anode.

Purpose

Solutions for electrochemical deoiling of the coverings of parts are used for removing of oiled impurities, traces from capturing by hands of parts in assembling on slings or other facilities, etc. Processing of all metals, alloys and coverings is allowed.

Operation mode

Current intensity (on cathode or anode),
/Dm2 - 2-10
Voltage,
- 5-10 Temperature, 0 - 20 Time spread, :
on cathode - 0,5-10 on anode - 1-5

In gross pollution of parts processing must be organized when healed isnt more than 40-50 0
and increasing of time on processing and the current intensity till maximum value.

Safety arrangements

Solution is fire and explosionproof, non toxic.
Attention! In the content of solution there is alkali that is why you should avoid hitting the product on open area of skin, eyes. In case of hitting of the solution on skin or eyes you must wash it with liberal amount of water. All operations with solution must be realized in rubber gloves and protective glasses.

1.5 Anodes from platinized titanic
Anodes from platinized titanic can be produced of different sizes and shapes depending on requirements of the costumer.

II Services provided by LLC "DCM-GALVANY"

2.1 Plating of gold, silver, rhodium, platinum, palladium on goods of customer on our equipment.
2.2 Regeneration of used or spoiled electrolytes of rhodium, platinum, palladium plating.




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