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ニッケルカルボニル

ニッケルカルボニル 化学構造式
13463-39-3
CAS番号.
13463-39-3
化学名:
ニッケルカルボニル
别名:
ニッケルカルボニル;ニッケルテトラカルボニル;テトラカルボニルニッケル;金属カルボニル
英語化学名:
NICKEL CARBONYL
英語别名:
Ni(CO)4;NICKEL CARBONYL;nickelcarbonyle;Carbonyl nickel;Nickel carbonyle;nickelcarbonyl11;Nikkeltetracarbonyl;rcrawastenumberp073;tetracarbonylnickel;nickeltetracarbonyle
CBNumber:
CB5739929
化学式:
C4NiO4
分子量:
170.73
MOL File:
13463-39-3.mol

ニッケルカルボニル 物理性質

融点 :
-19°C
沸点 :
43°C
比重(密度) :
1,32 g/cm3
蒸気圧:
321 mmHg at 20 °C
闪点 :
<-20°C
外見 :
liquid
色:
colorless
臭い (Odor):
Sooty odor detectable at 0.5 to 3 ppm
水溶解度 :
soluble in ~5000 parts air free H2O; soluble alcohol, benzene, chloroform, acetone, CCl4 [MER06]
Sensitive :
heat sensitive
暴露限界値:
TLV-TWA: 0.05 ppm (0.35 mg as Ni/m3) (ACGIH)
PEL: 0.001 ppm (0.007 mg Ni/m3) (OSHA, MSHA and NIOSH)
IDLH: 0.001 ppm (NIOSH, OSHA).
安定性::
Stable. Highly flammable and highly reactive. Explosion hazard.
EPAの化学物質情報:
Nickel carbonyl (13463-39-3)

安全性情報

主な危険性  F,T+,N
Rフレーズ  11-26-40-50/53-61
Sフレーズ  45-53-60-61
RIDADR  1259
自然発火温度 Explodes above 60 °C
国連危険物分類  6.1(a)
容器等級  I
有毒物質データの 13463-39-3(Hazardous Substances Data)
毒性 LD50 in rats (mg/kg): 39 i.p.; 63 s.c.; 66 i.v. (Hackett, Sunderman)

ニッケルカルボニル 価格

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ニッケルカルボニル 化学特性,用途語,生産方法

解説

テトラカルボニルニッケル[Ni(CO)4]は,1890年,L. Mond(モンド)らにより最初の金属カルボニルとして発見された.活性なニッケル金属上に常温でCOを通して得られる.流動性のよい有毒な無色の液体.融点-25 ℃,沸点43 ℃.蒸気圧34.8 kPa(15 ℃).密度1.31 g cm-3(20 ℃).臨界温度195 ℃.臨界圧力3.0 MPa.空気中で不安定で,COを発生しながら酸化される.また,熱により分解してニッケル金属を生じる.Mondはこの性質を利用してニッケルの精錬を行った.大部分の有機溶媒に可溶,水,希酸,アルカリ水溶液に不溶.COはニッケルのまわりに正四面体に配位し,Ni-C-Oは直線形,Ni-C0.184 nm,C-O0.115 nm.高圧アセチレン重合,オキソ反応などの触媒として用いられる.ニッケルカルボニル化合物としては,このほかに [Ni2(CO)6]2-,[Ni4(CO)9]2- や,ほかの配位子が共存している[Ni(CO)3(SbCl3)],[Ni(CO)2{P(C6H5)3}]など多種類のものが知られている.[CAS 12612-55-4:Ni(CO)4]
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用途

純ニッケル製造、ニッケルメッキ、アクリル酸エステル樹脂の製造

説明

Nickel carbonyl is a clear colourless to yellow volatile liquid, is flammable, and burns with a yellow flame. It is denser than water and insoluble in water but soluble in alcohol, benzene, chloroform, acetone, ethanol, carbon tetrachloride, and nitric acid. The vapours are heavier than air. In industries, nickel carbonyl is used in nickel coat steel and other metals and to make very pure nickel. Nickel carbonyl gets peroxidised by air as a solid deposit and decomposes to ignite.

化学的特性

Nickel carbonyl is a colorless, highly volatile, flammable liquid with a musty odor. The Odor Threshold is 1.3 ppm. It decomposes above room temperature producing carbon monoxide and finely divided nickel.

化学的特性

colourless liquid with a musty odour

物理的性質

Colorless volatile liquid; diamagnetic; flammable; burns with a bright luminous flame; density 1.319 g/mL; freezes at -25°C; boils at 43°C; vapor pressure 320.6 torr at 20°C; vapor density 5.89 (air=1); critical temperature about 200°C; critical pressure 30 atm; practically insoluble in water, 180 mg/L at 10°C; miscible with most organic solvents including ethanol, acetone, and benzene; soluble in nitric acid and aqua regia.

来歴

Nickel tetracarbonyl was prepared first in 1888 by Mond and Langer by passing carbon monoxide over finely divided nickel. It is the most important zero valent compound of nickel and is used industrially to make high-purity nickel powder and pellets and to produce nickel coatings on steel.

使用

Nickel carbonyl is used in nickel vapoplating processes in the metallurgical and electronics industry, and in the catalytic methyl- and ethylacrylate monomer synthesis. For many years it had been used to produce pure nickel by the Mond process, which has been considered to be outdated since around 1970.

使用

Nickel tetracarbonyl is used in the manufactureof nickel powder and nickel-coatedmetals, and as a catalyst in carboxylation,coupling, and cyclization reactions. It canform from the contact of carbon monoxidewith nickel.

使用

In organic synthesis; production of high-purity nickel powder and continuous nickel coatings on steel and other metals.

定義

A zero-valent compound. The four carbonyl groups form a tetrahedral arrangement and are linked covalently to the metal through the carbons

調製方法

Nickel carbonyl is produced in a reaction of carbon monoxide and nickel metal. It may also be formed as a by-product in the industrial processes using nickel catalysts, such as coal gasification, crude oil refining, and hydrogenation reactions (293). Conditions for its formation occur in those processes where carbon monoxide is in contact with an active form of nickel under conditions of elevated pressure at 50–150°C.

定義

nickel carbonyl: A colourlessvolatile liquid, Ni(CO)4; m.p.-25°C;b.p. 43°C. It is formed by direct combinationof nickel metal with carbonmonoxide at 50–60°C. The reaction isreversed at higher temperatures, andthe reactions are the basis of theMond process for purifying nickel.The nickel in the compound has anoxidation state of zero, and the compoundis a typical example of a complexwith pi-bonding ligands, inwhich filled d-orbitals on the nickeloverlap with empty p-orbitals on thecarbon.

製造方法

Nickel tetracarbonyl is made by passing carbon monoxide over finely divided nickel at 50 to 100°C. (The finely divided nickel is obtained from reduction of nickel oxide by hydrogen below 400°C.) Ni + 4CO → Ni(CO)4
In several commercial processes the reaction is carried out at a temperature of 200°C under 400 atm carbon monoxide pressure for obtaining high yield of nickel tetracarbonyl and also to prevent thermal dissociation.
Nickel tetracarbonyl may be prepared in the laboratory by the Hieber process, a disproportion reaction of several nickel compounds of organic thio acids, such as nickel(II) phenyldithiocarbamate, (C6H5—NH—C(=S)—S)2Ni, with carbon monoxide under controlled conditions. In such disproportionation reactions, the divalent nickel ion converts to a tetravalent nickel complex (Hieber. H. 1952. Z.anorg.Chem., 269, pp. 28). The overall reaction is: 2NiII + 4CO → NiIV(complex) + Nio(CO)4.

一般的な説明

A clear colorless to yellow liquid. Boiling point 43°C. Flash point below 0°F. Very toxic by ingestion and inhalation. Carcinogenic. Denser than water and insoluble in water. Vapors heavier than air. Used to nickel coat steel and other metals and to make very pure nickel.

空気と水の反応

Highly flammable over a wide range of vapor-air concentrations. Is peroxidized by air to give a solid deposit that tends to decompose and ignite. Insoluble in water.

反応プロフィール

NICKEL CARBONYL is easily oxidized. Presents a very serious fire hazard if exposed to heat, flame, sparks, oxidizing agents. Explodes when heated to about 60°C. Reacts explosively with bromine (liquid), oxygen in the presence of mercury, or hydrocarbons (butane) mixed with oxygen. Undergoes violent reactions with air, oxygen, dinitrogen tetraoxide. Caused an explosion when added to an n-butane-oxygen at 20-40°C [J. Am. Chem. Soc. 70:2055-6. 1948]. Reacts with tetrachloropropadiene to form an extremely explosive dinickel chloride dimer. Emits highly toxic fumes of carbon monoxide when heated to decomposition or in contact with mineral acids or acid fumes [Bretherick, 5th ed., 1995, p. 1734]. Vapor explodes in air or oxygen at 20°C and a partial pressure of 15 mm.

危険性

Flammable, dangerous fire risk, explodes at 60C (140F). A lung irritant and confirmed carcinogen.

健康ハザード

Probable oral lethal dose for a human is between 50 and 500 mg/kg, between one teaspoon and one ounce per 150 lb. person. NICKEL CARBONYL has also been estimated to be lethal in man at atmospheric exposures of 30 ppm for 20 minutes. Autopsies show congestion, collapse, and tissue destruction, as well as hemorrhage in the brain. Dermatitis, recurrent asthmatic attacks, and increased number of white blood cells (eosinophils) in respiratory tract are acute health hazards. NICKEL CARBONYL is poisonous. It can be fatal if inhaled, swallowed, or absorbed through skin. Vapors may cause irritation, congestion, and edema of lungs.

健康ハザード

Nickel tetracarbonyl is an extremely toxicsubstance by all routes of exposure exhibitingboth immediate and delayed effects. Thedelayed effects may manifest in a few hoursto days after exposure. Exposure to its vaporscan cause dizziness, giddiness, headache,weakness, and increased body temperature.Vapors are irritating to eyes, nose, andthroat. Prolonged exposure or inhalation ofits vapors at a further increased level ofconcentration may produce rapid breathing,followed by congestion of the lungs. Therespiration will initially be rapid with nonproductivecough, progressing to pain andtightness in the chest (U.S. EPA 1995). Highexposure can cause convulsion, hemorrhage,and death. Other symptoms from inhalationof vapors or ingestion of the liquid includehallucinations, delirium, nausea, vomiting,diarrhea, and liver and brain injury.
In humans, a 30-minute exposure to a 30-ppm concentration in air could be fatal. Afew whiffs of the vapors of the liquid cancause death. One minute exposure to 3000ppm of its vapor can cause death in humansfrom respiratory failure and acute pulmonaryedema. Similarly, swallowing 5–10 mL ofthe liquid can be fatal.
Nickel tetracarbonyl can be absorbedthrough the skin. While the skin contact witha dilute solution can cause dermatitis anditching, that from a concentrated solution orthe pure liquid can produce a burn. Absorptionof the liquid through the skin may resultin death. The subcutaneous and intravenousLD50 values in rats are 60–70 mg/kg.
LC50 (mouse): 0.067 mg/L/30 min (RTECS2004)
Evidence of carcinogenicity observed inexperimental animals dosed with nickel tetracarbonyl is limited. It caused tumors inthe lungs and liver. The compound is alsoteratogenic, causing birth defects.

健康ハザード

The acute toxicity of nickel carbonyl by inhalation is high. Acute toxic effects occur in two stages, immediate and delayed. Headache, dizziness, shortness of breath, vomiting, and nausea are the initial symptoms of overexposure; the delayed effects (10 to 36 h) consist of chest pain, coughing, shortness of breath, bluish discoloration of the skin, and in severe cases, delirium, convulsions, and death. Recovery is protracted and characterized by fatigue on slight exertion. Nickel carbonyl is not regarded as having adequate warning properties.
Repeated or prolonged exposure to nickel carbonyl has been associated with an increased incidence of cancer of the lungs and sinuses. Nickel carbonyl is listed by IARC in Group 2B ("possible human carcinogen"), is listed by NTP as "reasonably anticipated to be a carcinogen," and is classified as a "select carcinogen'' under the criteria of the OSHA Laboratory Standard.

火災危険

Vapor forms explosive mixtures with air. Vapor is heavier than air and may travel a considerable distance to source of ignition and flash back. Liquid may explode when heated under confinement. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors, outdoors, or in sewers. Runoff to sewer may create fire and explosion. May explode at 68F in presence of air or oxygen. Avoid contact with heat, acid or acid fumes as these cause the emission of highly toxic fumes. Avoid contact with air, ignition sources and vapors entering a confined space.

火災危険

Nickel carbonyl is a highly flammable liquid (NFPA rating = 3) that may ignite spontaneously and explodes when heated above 60℃. Its lower flammable limit in air is 2% by volume; the upper limit has not been reported. Carbon dioxide, water, or dry chemical extinguishers should be used for nickel carbonyl fires.

燃焼性と爆発性

Nickel carbonyl is a highly flammable liquid (NFPA rating = 3) that may ignite spontaneously and explodes when heated above 60 °C. Its lower flammable limit in air is 2% by volume; the upper limit has not been reported. Carbon dioxide, water, or dry chemical extinguishers should be used for nickel carbonyl fires.

安全性プロファイル

ConfEmed carcinogen with experimental carcinogenic, tumorigenic, and teratogenic data. A human poison by inhalation. Poison experimentally by inhalation, intravenous, subcutaneous, and intraperitoneal routes. An experimental teratogen. Other experimental reproductive effects. Human systemic effects by inhalation: somnolence, fever, and other pulmonary changes. Vapors may cause coughing, dyspnea (difficult breathing), irritation, congestion and edema of the lungs, tachycardia (rapid pulse), cyanosis, headache, dizziness, and weakness. Toxicity by inhalation is believed to be caused by both the nickel and carbon monoxide liberated in the lungs. Chronic exposure may cause cancer of lungs, nasal sinuses. Sensitization dermatitis is fairly common. Probably the most hazardous compound of nickel in the workplace. A common air contaminant. It is lipid soluble and can cross biological membranes (e.g., lung alveolus, blood-brain barrier, placental barrier). A very dangerous fire hazard when exposed to heat, flame, or oxidizers. Moderate explosion hazard when exposed to heat or flame. Explodes when heated to about 60°. Explosive reaction with liquid bromine, mercury + oxygen, oxygen + butane. Violent reaction with dinitrogen tetraoxide, air, oxygen. Reacts with tetrachloropropadtene to form the extremely sensitive explosive dicarbonyl trichloropropenyl dinickel chloride dimer. Can react with oxidzing materials. To fight fire, use water, foam, CO2, dry chemical. When heated to decomposition or on contact with acid or acid fumes, it emits highly toxic fumes of carbon monoxide. See also NICKEL COMPOUNDS and CARBONYLS.

職業ばく露

Nickel carbonyl is used as an intermediate product in the refining of nickel. The primary use for nickel carbonyl is in the production of nickel by the Mond process. Impure nickel powder is reacted with carbon monoxide to form gaseous nickel carbonyl which is then treated to deposit high purity metallic nickel and release carbon monoxide. Other uses include gas plating; the production of nickel products; in chemical synthesis as a catalyst, particularly for oxo reactions (addition reaction of hydrogen and carbon monoxide with unsaturated hydrocarbons to form oxygen-function compounds); e.g., synthesis of acrylic esters; and as a reactant.

貯蔵

Work with nickel carbonyl should be conducted in a fume hood to prevent exposure by inhalation and splash goggles and impermeable gloves should be worn at all times to prevent eye and skin contact. Nickel carbonyl should only be used in areas free of ignition sources. Containers of nickel carbonyl should be stored in secondary containers in the dark in areas separate from oxidizers.

輸送方法

UN1259 Nickel carbonyl, Hazard Class: 6.1; Labels: 6.1-Poisonous materials, 3-Flammable liquid, Inhalation Hazard Zone A. A United States DOT Severe Marine Pollutant.

不和合性

May spontaneously ignite on contact with air. In the presence of air, oxidizes and forms a deposit which becomes peroxidized; this tends to decompose and ignite. May explode when heated above 60 C. Decomposes on contact with acids producing carbon monoxide. Violent reaction with oxidizers; may cause fire and explosions. Vapor may promote the ignition of mixtures of combustible vapors (such as gasoline) and air. Attacks some plastics, rubber and coatings. Store under inert gas blanket.

廃棄物の処理

Incineration in admixture with a flammable solvent. Also, nickel carbonyl used in metallizing operations may be recovered and recycled. Consult with environmental regulatory agencies for guidance on acceptable disposal practices. Generators of waste containing this contaminant (≥100 kg/mo) must conform with EPA regulations governing storage, transportation, treatment, and waste disposal.

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13463-39-3(ニッケルカルボニル)キーワード:


  • 13463-39-3
  • nickeltetracarbonyle
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