Cyclohexanone oxime undergoes hydrolytic reaction with sulfuric acid to yield hydroxylamine sulfate. It reacts with sulfur dioxide to afford sulfamic acid.
Hydroxylamine sulfate may be used in the following:
• Along with NaCl for reduction during the atomic absorption spectrophotometric quantification of mercury at ppb (parts-per-billion) levels in solution.
• As one of the constituents during the preparation of a coloring solution, impregnated in a cellulose based monitoring tape for the sensitive detection of formaldehyde gas.
• Simultaneous estimation of hydrarine and hydroxylamine in mixtures by titration with alkaline ferricyanide in presence of zinc sulfate.
1 kg in poly bottle
|mp||170 °C (dec.) (lit.)|