Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate  
Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate

CAS No. 7446-19-7


ZnSO4• H2

Compound Formula

Molecular Weight 179.45 g/mol
Appearance Beige to white powder or granules

Zinc sulphate monohydrate is a relatively water- and acid-soluble source of zinc for uses that are compatible with sulphates. Sulfuric acid can be transformed into salts or esters, also referred to as sulphate compounds, by exchanging one or both of the hydrogen atoms for a metal. Most metal sulphate compounds are readily soluble in water for uses like water treatment, unlike fluorides and oxides. Sometimes, both aqueous and organic solvents can dissolve organometallic forms. Additionally, by dispersing metallic ions using suspended or coated nanoparticles, they can be deposited utilising sputtering targets and evaporation materials for applications like solar cells and fuel cells. Most zinc sulphate monohydrate concentrations are readily available. High purity, submicron, and nanopowder forms may be taken into account. We also produce Zinc Sulphate Solution. American Elements produces to a number of standard grades, including Mil Spec, ACS, Reagent and Technical Grade, Food, Agricultural and Pharmaceutical Grade, Optical Grade, USP and EP/, among others, and complies with all necessary ASTM testing requirements. There are both common and unusual packing choices. Along with further technical, scientific, and safety (MSDS) data, a Reference Calculator is also available for converting between the many important units of measurement.

• Organic soil's mineralization process takes longer and yields less zinc when the soil temperature is low; zinc sulphate monohydrate aids in encouraging plant development and growth. Supplemental zinc sulphate is frequently required to ensure that crops that must grow in sandy soils or soils with little organic matter receive enough nutrients to develop properly. Zinc sulphate is used to offset this effect and boost root growth. •Zinc sulphate Monohydrate blends well with other fertilisers and is easy to apply at planting time or during the growth season.