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 Nickel Chloride (UK PID)
NICKEL CHLORIDE Toxbase summary Type of product Nickel chloride is a soluble nickel salt used in nickel plating, in the dye and printing industry, and as an adsorbent of ammonia in gas masks.
Substance Name Nickel (II) chloride Origin of substance Nickel chloride may be prepared from nickel oxide by chlorination, or by reaction with hydrogen chloride.
Nickel chloride may be used as the stimulus of lymphocyte blast transformation in the in vitro confirmation of nickel sensitivity as is nickel sulphate (Everness et al, 1990; Grimsdottir et al, 1994).
www.intox.org /databank/documents/chemical/nicchlo/ukpid69.htm   (6481 words)

  
 Aluminum Chloride Hexahydrate   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Physical and chemical properties of aluminum chloride hexahydrate, ACH, and related compounds are noted as well as the relation of these properties to the problem of dehydration of ACH to form...
aluminum chloride hexahydrate, aluminium chloride, aluminium trichloride hexahydrate, aluminum trichloride hexahydrate.
Aluminum chloride hexahydrate is in the form of colorless crystals that are used primarily as a topical astringent.
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 Nickel(II) chloride - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The chemical compound nickel(II) chloride (often called just nickel chloride) is an inorganic salt of formula NiCl
It is applied as catalyst in chemical reactions, like aluminium chloride.
This chemical compound is water soluable at a rate of 254g/100ml at 20°C, and deliquescent.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Nickel(II)_chloride   (77 words)

  
 Patent 4180525: Trans-halo(acyl)bis(triethylphosphine) nickel(II) complexes
A process according to claim 7 wherein said at least one organoaluminum halide compound is selected from the group consisting of methylaluminum dichloride, dimethylaluminum chloride, diethylaluminum bromide, ethylaluminum dibromide, vinylaluminum diiodide, dibutylaluminum chloride, phenylaluminum dibromide, dibenzylaluminum chloride, 4-tolyaluminum dichloride, dodecylaluminum dibromide, and methylaluminum sesquichloride.
The acyl nickel(II) complexes of this invention, like many of the compounds employed as reactants in preparing them, are sensitive to oxygen and/or water to varying degrees.
C., a 0.24 g (2.0 mmols) sample of pivaloyl chloride dissolved in 5 ml of cold hexane was added and the mixture was stirred at ambient temperature before cooling to -78.degree.
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 Effect of Uncoordinated Tertiary Nitrogen Atoms in Hexaaza Macrocyclic Nickel(II) Complexes on Axial Binding of Anions ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Axial coordination of anions or water to the square-planar nickel(II) complexes of the hexaaza macrocyclic ligands ^{1, 2} and ^{3}, which contain two extra uncoordinated tertiary nitrogens, have been investigated in aqueous solutions containing HX (X=Cl^{-}, Br^{-}, NO_{3}^{-}, or ClO_{4}^{-}) and/or NaX.
The nickel(II) complexes exist in the acidic solutions as equilibrium mixtures of the square-planar [Ni(L)]^{2+} (L=1, 2, and 3) and octahedral species [Ni(H_{2}L)X_{2}]^{2+} (H_{2}L=diprotonated form of L).
The conversion of square-planar to octahedral species for the nickel(II) complexes of 1-3 were observed with the electronic spectra in aqueous solutions containing various acids.
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 Porphyrin Functionalization
Vilsmeier formylation of the copper(II) and nickel(II) complexes of porphyrins and chlorins using 3-(dimethylamino)acrolein (3-DMA) in place of DMF yields the corresponding metal complexes of meso -(2-formylvinyl)porphyrins and chlorins (Scheme 6) [12,13].
The reaction of the acid chloride groups with diazomethane affords the corresponding diazo-ketones which are converted into porphyrin-ketones by treatment with triheptylborane (Scheme 9).
Nickel(II) complexes of isobacteriochlorins are formed by Raney Ni reduction of nickel(II) complexes of chlorins [49,50].
www-chem.ucdavis.edu /groups/smith/research/porph_funct/WebPF1.html   (2629 words)

  
 Nickel (Soluble Compounds)
Nickel chloride is an odorless, deliquescent, golden yellow powder or brown solid in the form of scales.
Contact between nickel chloride and strong acids, potassium, or sulfur should be avoided.
The oral LD(50)s for nickel salts in rats are 105, 350, and 1,620 mg/kg for nickel chloride, nickel acetate tetrahydrate, and nickel nitrate hexahydrate, respectively [NIOSH 1995; Sax and Lewis 1989].
www.osha.gov /SLTC/healthguidelines/nickelsolublecompounds/recognition.html   (4103 words)

  
 Nickel (IARC Summary & Evaluation, Volume 49, 1990)
Enhanced frequencies of chromosomal gaps and/or anomalies were observed in single studies in peripheral blood lymphocytes of employees engaged in: (i) crushing, roasting and smelting (exposure mainly to nickel oxide and nickel subsulfide); (ii) electrolysis (exposure mainly to nickel chloride and nickel sulfate); and (iii) electroplating (exposure to nickel and chromium compounds).
Nickel chloride and nickel nitrate were inactive in assays in vivo for induction of dominant lethal mutation and micronuclei, and nickel sulfate did not induce chromosomal aberrations in bone-marrow cells; however, nickel chloride induced chromosomal aberrations in Chinese hamster and mouse bone-marrow cells.
Chromosomal aberrations were induced in mammalian cells by nickel chloride, nickel sulfate and nickel acetate, and sister chromatid exchange was induced by nickel chloride and nickel sulfate.
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 Nickel(II) increases the sensitivity of V79 Chinese hamster cells towards cisplatin and transplatin by interference ...
Nickel(II) increases the sensitivity of V79 Chinese hamster cells towards cisplatin and transplatin by interference with distinct steps of DNA repair -- Krueger et al.
Nickel(II) increases the sensitivity of V79 Chinese hamster cells towards cisplatin and transplatin by interference with distinct steps of DNA repair
When investigating the effect of nickel(II), the cells were pre-incubated with nickel(II) for 20 h before cisplatin treatment in the absence of nickel(II).
carcin.oupjournals.org /cgi/content/full/20/7/1177   (4788 words)

  
 experiment5
Nickel(II) readly forms complexes, the main structral types being octahedral, tetra hedral and squire planar.
The tetrahedral complexes of nickel(II) are usually intensely blue, and in there visible spectra they have molar absorbance of approximately 200.
Square planar nickel(II) complexes are diamagnetic and often brown, red or yellow in colour.
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 Chromic Chloride - Resources from Educational and Academic Institutions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Chromic chloride, 3, 0, 0, Chromyl Chloride, 2, 0, 2, w.
Chromium chloride, 10025-73-7, CrCl3, Chromium trichloride, October 2, 1987, 615-366-2000.
Acetyl chloride, carbides, chromic acid, phosphorous oxychloride, phosphorous pentechloride, sulfuric acid, and sulfur trioxide.
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 Palladium (EHC 226, 2002)
In this study, it remained unclear whether reactivity to palladium(II) chloride in animals sensitized with nickel sulfate was due to cross-reactivity or to the induction of sensitivity by the repeated treatments.
Mice given palladium(II) chloride (5 mg Pd /litre) in drinking-water from weaning until natural death developed malignant tumours, mainly lymphoma-leukaemia types and adenocarcinoma of the lung, at a statistically significant rate, but concomitant with an increased longevity in males, which may explain at least in part the increased tumour rate.
The acute toxicity (96-h LC) of palladium(II) chloride to the freshwater tubificid worm Tubifex tubifex was 0.09 mg palladium/litre.
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 Distilled Water
Electrolysis of a tin(IV) chloride solution produces oxygen at the anode, hydrogen and tin(II) ion at the cathode.
Electrolysis of a tin(II) chloride solution produces oxygen at the anode and tin metal at the cathode.
Ni(NO Electrolysis of a nickel(II) nitrate solution produces oxygen at the anode, and hydrogen and nickel at the cathode.
jchemed.chem.wisc.edu /JCESoft/CCA/CCA1/R1MAIN/CD1R1630.HTM   (282 words)

  
 Platinum (EHC 125, 1991)
In soil, the mobility of platinum depends on the pH, redox potential, chloride concentrations of soil water, and the mode of occurrence of platinum in the primary rock.
For both the simple platinum salts and cisplatin, it has been established that there is an initial rapid clearance followed by a prolonged clearance phase during the remaining post-exposure period, and that there is no evidence for markedly different retention profiles.
The mobility of platinum depends on pH, the redox potential, chloride concentrations in soil water, and the mode of occurrence of platinum in the primary rock.
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 Patent 4124627: Trans-fluoro(pentafluorophenyl)-bis(triethylphosphine)nickel(II)
The oxidative-addition of organic chlorides, bromides, and iodides to low valent transition metal complexes is an important method of synthesis in organometallic chemistry.
The reaction is often facile with organic iodides and usually very difficult with organic chlorides.
For example, the oxidative-addition of pentafluorochlorobenzene or pentafluorobromobenzene to 1,5-cyclooctadienebis(triethylphosphine)-nickel(O) results in the formation of pentafluorophenylbis(triethylphosphine) nickel(II) chloride or bromide respectively.
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 Nickel Complex as a Radical Inhibitor in the Oxidation Reactions by Dio xygen Plus Alde- hyde   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
^{3} When [1,2-bis(diphenylphosphino)eth ane]nickel(II) chloride was added to the metal porphyrin complex-mediat ed cyclohexene epoxidation, both the epoxidation of cyclohexene and the oxidation of aldehyde were not initiated at least for 8 h as shown in Table 1, clearly indicating that the nickel complex has the ability of inhibiting the radical reaction.
^{4} When either nickel chloride or 1,2-b is(diphenylphosphino)ethane alone was added to the iron porphyrin compl ex-mediated cyclohexene epoxidation, the epoxidation reaction was not i nhibited.
In summary, we have shown that [1,2-Bis( diphenylphosphino)ethane]nickel(II) chloride was found to be an effici ent radical inhibitor in the oxidation reactions by molecular oxygen pl us aldehyde catalyzed by metalloporphyrin complexes.
journal.kcsnet.or.kr /publi/bul/bu95n9/bu95n9t29.html   (1293 words)

  
 28232. Nickel electroplating problem [Scotland]
I do not know the pH you used with nickel chloride, but I suspect it will be at least 5 and perhaps higher.
I was using copper sheets which polished before i used them and i had a very thin layer of nickel plated onto it.
I would suggest a bath comprising 300g/l nickel sulphate, 30g/l nickel chloride, 40g/l boric acid.
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 Preparation of a Nickel(II) tetraazamacrocycle.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Later studies have shown that Aa is the more stable form and that it corresponds to the racemic mixture of isomers (the asymmetry exists at the tetrahedral nitrogen atoms in the diene complex) and that Ab is the meso isomer.
The perchlorate salt is more soluble in acetone than the chloride and this is used for the subsequent reaction.
Tris-(1,2-diaminoethane)nickel(II) chloride (2 g) is dissolved in hot ethanol and sodium perchlorate (2 g) is then added.
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 Enhanced Generation of Hydroxyl Radical and Sulfur Trioxide Anion Radical from Oxidation of Sodium Sulfite, Nickel(II) ...
In view of the present results, the exceptionally high carcinogenic potential of Ni appears to be due to the ability of both the nickel and sulfide constituents of the molecule to facilitate the generation of genotoxic radicals.
Trivalent nickel catalysis of the autoxidation of nickel(II) tetraglycine.
Deamination of 5-methyl-2'-deoxycytidine with carcinogenic nickle subsulfide and its metabolite, nickel(II) sulfite.
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Effects of tri- n -butyltin (IV) chloride on neurulation of Ciona intestinalis (Tunicata, Ascidiacea): an ultrastructural study.
Effects of tributyltin (IV) chloride (TBT) on fertilization of Styela plicata (Ascidiacea – Tunicata).
Effects of tributyltin (IV) chloride (TBT) exposure on the gametes and fertilization of Ascidia malaca (Ascidiacea – Tunicata).(L. Villa, P. D’Agati, C. Mansueto, C. Pellerito, M. Scopelliti,T. Fiore, L. Nagy and L. Pellerito).
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 BBC - h2g2 - Making a Chemical Garden
Several of the chemicals involved, especially the chromium (III) chloride and nickel (II) sulphate, are skin irritants, and can cause contact dermatitis.
Furthermore, iron (III) chloride is corrosive and stains the skin and many transition metal salts are toxic.
This is the IUPAC recommended nomenclature, where Roman numerals are used to denote the oxidation number of the metal ion.
www.bbc.co.uk /dna/h2g2/A4044845   (1302 words)

  
 K. M. Smith Publication List (updated on 4-12-01)
Structural Investigation of Nickel(II) Bacteriopetroporphyrins Related to the Bacteriochlorophylls c and d.
Ruffling in a Series of Nickel(II) Meso-Tetrasubstituted Porphyrins as a Model for the Conserved Ruffling of the Heme in Cytochromes c.
The Representation of Nonplanar Structures of Nickel(II) 5,15-Disubstituted Porphyrins in Terms of Displacements along the Lowest-Frequency Normal Coordinates of the Macrocycle.
www-chem.ucdavis.edu /groups/smith/KMS_Pubs/KMS_Pub1.html   (11868 words)

  
 Reference List
X-Ray Crystal Structure of Bis(N,N'-ethylene-bis- (salicylideneiminato) Oxovanadium(V)) Di-m-chlorodicopper(I) Chloride, a Compound with a Three-Coordinate Copper(I) Chloride.
Solution structure of oxidized rat microsomal cytochrome b5 in the presence of 2 M guanidinium chloride: Monitoring the early steps in protein unfolding.
Monitoring mobility in the early steps of unfolding: the case of oxidized cytochrome b5 in the presence of 2 M guanidinium chloride.
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 Pittsburgh Tin chloride   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
It is used as an industrial reducing agent and in tin electroplating.
The use of tin chloride is described in the theory section, but...
Inorganic tin salts, stannous chloride, stannous sulphate, sodium stannate, tin oxide, nickel chloride and nickel...
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 AP Chemistry Reactions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
A solution of tin (II) chloride is added to an acidified solution of potassium permanganate.
Ammonium chloride crystals are added to a solution of sodium hydroxide.
A precipitate is formed when solutions of sodium phosphate and calcium chloride are mixed.
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 chemical_reactionss   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Nickel(II) Cholide reacts with Sodium Carbonate to form Nickel (II) Carbonate and Sodium Chloride
Barium Chloride reacts with Sodium Sulfate to form Barium Sulfate and Sodium Chloride.
Copper(II) Chloride reacts with Sodium Carbonate to form Copper(II) Carbonate and Sodium Chloride.
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 General Chemistry I
  the reaction of silver acetate with magnesium chloride to produce magnesium acetate and silver chloride.
  the reaction of calcium hydroxide and hydrochloric acid to produce calcium chloride and water.
A solution is prepared by dissolving 84.0 g potassium phosphate in a total of 1.5 L of solution.
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 Reduction of Nitriles to Primary Amines with Nickel Boride at Ambient Temperature
The nickel boride was generated in situ from dry nickel(II) chloride and sodium borohydride and the reductions were carried out in dry ethanol.
The reductions are very rapid and are complete in ~5 min, as monitored by thin layer chromatography, using 1:1:3 molar ratio of substrate to nickel(II) chloride to sodium borohydride, Eq.
The reductions are thus undoubtedly proceeding due to the involvement of both reagents i.e., the nickel boride formed in situ.
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 IngentaConnect Contactless Electrochemical Reduction of Titanium (II) Chloride b...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Described in this article is a new process for contactless reduction of titanium dichloride by aluminum in which titanium dichloride and the reductant (aluminum or aluminum alloy) were physically separated, but electrochemically connected through molten NaCl and an external circuit.
Titanium dichloride was spontaneously reduced to metal by a cathodic reaction with the simultaneous discharge of chlorine ions into the melt.
At the anode, metal aluminum was oxidized to form aluminum chloride dissolved in the molten salt.
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