|Product name||Lithium acetate dihydrate|
Appearance：White rhombohedral crystals
Boiling Point：117.1ºC at 760 mmHg
Water Solubility：29 g/100 mL (20 ºC)
Stability：Stable under normal temperatures and pressures.
Molybdenum(IV) fluoride, CAS No. 6108-17-4, is a white crystalline inorganic compound with a molecular formula of MofF4 and a molecular weight of 284.0 g/mol. It is insoluble in water, but soluble in strong acids.
Molybdenum(IV) fluoride is a high purity grade of compound and is used in a variety of applications. In the chemical industry, it may be used as a catalyst, reducing agent or in the synthesis of other molybdenum compounds. It is also used in the optical or electronic industries as a fluxing agent to improve glass sealing or as an etchant to produce precision optics. It is also used in aerospace, as well as in nuclear power plants, as a low-temperature melting/bonding agent.
Molybdenum(IV) fluoride has a high melting point of 2029°C and a boiling point of 2535°C. It is stable in its solid form and is highly flammable. It should be handled with caution due to its potential to cause major adverse health effects if exposed to large amounts for prolonged periods of time. Inhalation, ingestion, or contact with skin or eyes should be avoided. Protective clothing, eye wear, and masks should be worn when handling this compound in any form. If contact occurs, an appropriate first aid procedure should be implemented.