Tungstic Acid Chemical Property
Chemical property of tungstic acid is the property which is shown through chemical change, as following:
Thermal stability: Stable under normal temperature and pressure, when it is heated to 100°C~110°C, tungstic acid will lose molecule of complex water and converted to yellow tungsten oxide;
Stability: Stable in water and inorganic acid, but comes out a reaction quickly once it touches hydrofluoric acid, soluble in alkali solution;
Photosensitivity: White tungsten acid has slightly light sensitivity, and easy to be restored.
1. White tungsten acid will react with strong acid (But for hydrofluoric acid) to generate yellow tungstic acid which is insoluble in water;
2. The tungsten acid reacts with phosphoric acid or phosphate to generate phosphorus tungsten heteropoly acid complex;
3. Tungsten acid reacts with tartaric acid, citric acid, oxalic acid and organic acid to generate organic acid complex.
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