Chemical elements
    Physical Properties
    Chemical Properties
      Indium Trifluoride
      Indium monochloride
      Indium dichloride
      Indium trichloride
      Indium oxychloride
      Indium monobromide
      Indium tribromide
      Indium oxybromide
      Indium mono-iodide
      Indium di-iodide
      Indium tri-iodide
      Indium perchlorate
      Indium iodate
      Indium sesqui-oxide
      Indium hydroxide
      Indium monosulphide
      Indium disulphide
      Indium sesquisulphide
      Indium trisulphide
      Basic indium sulphite
      Indium sulphate
      Indium sesquiselenide
      Indium selenite
      Indium selenate
      Indium telluride
      Indium silicotungstates
      Indium nitrate
      Indium phosphide
      Indium platinocyanide
      Indium oxalate
      Indium acetylacetonate
    PDB 1ind-1ind

Indium nitrate, 2In(NO3)3

Indium nitrate, 2In(NO3)3.9H2O. - Indium dissolves slowly in dilute, more rapidly in concentrated nitric acid, a solution of the Indium nitrate, 2In(NO3)3.9H2O, being produced. In the presence of nitric acid, indium nitrate readily crystallises from the solution; but from a neutral solution it is very difficult to crystallise the salt. Indium nitrate forms colourless, deliquescent needles; it loses one-third of its water at 100° and all of it over concentrated sulphuric acid. The nitrate is easily decomposed by heat, and its aqueous solution becomes turbid, owing to the separation of basic salt, when heated (Winkler). A double nitrate is formed with ammonium nitrate.

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