Ikoma Fine Chemical Co., Ltd.

Zinc acetate dihydrate

Best for electronic materials and reagent applications
due to high-level stability

General Information

  • White crystals or crystalline powder.
  • Easily soluble in water and slightly soluble in ethanol.
  • Used for chemical synthesis and food additives.

Product Features

  • We have achieved stable quality by utilizing both stable raw material procurement and manufacturing technology cultivated over more than 80 years.
  • A feature of our high-level stability is that the impurity content level is low and, in comparisons made between lots over a sustained period, remains within range.
  • It has been used for many years in catalyst, electronic material and reagent applications due to its reputation for quality and supply stability.
Potassium bisulfate

Appearance

zinc acetate bag

Paper bag of 25 kgs. net

Basic Information

CAS No.
5970-45-6
Chemical formula
Zn(CH3COO)2.2H2O
FW/MW
219.51
Specific gravity
1.735
Melting point
273 degree C.
Appearance
White crystals or crystalline powder
Harmonized system (HS code)
2915.29
Country of origin
Japan
UN number
N/A

Specification

Item Specification Reference Test Method
Dilute solution of acetic acid To pass test To pass test JIS K 8356
Chloride (Cl) 0.005% max. 0.001% max. JIS K 8356
Nitrate (NO3) To pass test To pass test JIS K 8356
Sulfate(SO4) 0.005% max. 0.002% max. JIS K 8356
Lead (Pb) 0.005% max. 0.001% max. JIS K 8356
Iron (Fe) 0.005% max. 0.0005% max. JIS K 8356
Ammonium (NH4) 0.005% max. 0.001% max. JIS K 8356
Assay 98.0% min. 99.48% JIS K 8356

Main Applications

  • Catalyst
  • Electronic materials
  • Reagent

Who manufactures Zinc acetate dihydrate?

Ikoma Fine Chemical Co., Ltd.

Introduction

  • We have been manufacturing various inorganic compounds since 1940 in Osaka, Japan.
  • We are highly regarded by our customers for the high level stability of our products.
  • We mainly supply our products to reagent manufacturers.

History

1940 Established in Osaka, Japan.
1946 Reorganized into a corporation and name changed to Ikoma Fine Chemical Co., Ltd. with a capital of JPY 195,000.
1954 Product warehouse and laboratory completed.
1963 Increased capital to JPY 1,500,000.
1965 Increased capital to JPY 3,000,000.
1972 Headquarters and plant renovated, pollution control equipment completed.
1974 Wastewater treatment equipment completed.
1976 Increased capital to JPY 4,500,000
1979 Increased capital to JPY 6,000,000.
1991 Increased capital to JPY 10,200,000.

Company Overview (as of Dec. 31, 2020)

Company name Ikoma Fine Chemical Co., Ltd.
Head office 8-9-30, Ebie, Fukushima-ku, Osaka, 553-0001, Japan
Date of establishment November 1940
Capital JPY 10,200,000
Number of employees 17
Location Headquarters and plant: Osaka

Plants

Plant location map

Headquarters and Plant

  • Calcium acetate
  • Zinc acetate
  • Potassium acetate
  • Potassium bisulfate
  • Sodium acetate
  • Barium acetate
  • Potassium bisulfate
  • (All the above products are for reagent grade)