Manganese Fluoride (MnF2)

Other Trading Names:

  • Manganese Fluorure
  • Manganousfluoride
  • Difluoromanganese
  • Manganese Bifluoride

CAS Number: 7782-64-1

HS Code: 28261990

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Manganese Fluoride (MnF2)

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Product Name

Manganese difluoride

Purity

98%

Appearance

Pale pink crystalline

Molecular formula

MnF2

Density

3.98

Melting point

856°C

molecular weight

92.93

Boiling point

856°C

Chemical Description

  • Pale pink crystalline.Melting point 856ºC, less solubility in water, insoluble in hydrofluoric acid
  • Its Density is 3.98g/cm3. The melting point is 856°C. Soluble in acid. Insoluble in water, alcohol, ether. Red heat does not decompose.
  • Dissolve manganese carbonate in hydrofluoric acid, evaporate and dry at 110°C. Or manganese ii chloride and sodium fluoride eutectic, obtained by water leaching.
  • Raw material for the kiln industry and non-ferrous metal welding.
  • Manganese fluoride is used in the electroplating industry as a component in electrolyte solutions for manganese deposition.
  • It serves as a flux in the production of ceramics, aiding in the melting and bonding of materials during firing.
  • Manganese fluoride is employed as a catalyst in various chemical reactions, including organic synthesis.
  • Fluoridation: In some cases, manganese fluoride is used in water fluoridation processes to prevent dental cavities.
  • Manganese(II) fluoride is the chemical compound composed of manganese and fluoride with the formula MnF2. It is a light pink solid, the light pink color being characteristic for manganese(II) compounds. It is made by treating manganese and diverse compounds of manganese(II) in hydrofluoric acid.
  • MnF2 is used in the manufacture of special kinds of glass and lasers. It is a canonical example of uniaxial antiferromagnet (with Neel temperature of 68 K)which has been experimentally studied since early on.
  • Manganese fluoride is toxic if ingested or inhaled. Inhalation of its dust may cause respiratory irritation.
  • It may cause skin and eye irritation upon contact. Prolonged exposure can lead to dermatitis.
  • Environmental Impact: Disposal of manganese fluoride should be done in accordance with local regulations to prevent environmental contamination.
  • Manganese fluoride can react violently with strong oxidizing agents, releasing toxic fluorine gas.
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as gloves, goggles, and respiratory protection should be worn when handling manganese fluoride.
  • Use in a well-ventilated area to minimize inhalation of fumes or dust.
  • Store in a cool, dry place away from incompatible substances.
  • In case of ingestion, seek medical attention immediately and do not induce vomiting.
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