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CAS NUMBER: 544-60-5

EC NUMBER: 208-873-1



Ammonium oleate is a yellow-brown paste with a weak odor of Ammonium oleate. 
Sinks and mixes with water.
Ammonium oleate is an Ammonium salt of oleic acid Ammonium oleate uses and applications include: Detergent; solidifying alcohol; demonstrating liquid crystals; surfactant, emulsifier in cosmetics; emulsifier, stabilizer, anticaking agent in foods; in food packaging adhesives; in resinouspolymeric food-contact coatings for polyolefin films; in paperpaperboard in contact with aqueousfatty foods; defoamer in food-contact coatings and paperpaperboard; in cellophane for food packaging; in resin-bonded filters for food

Ammonium oleate (chemical formula: NH3) is a compound of nitrogen and hydrogen. 
As a colorless pungent gas, it is highly soluble in water to become the liquid Ammonium oleate. 
Ammonium oleate is also one of the most abundant nitrogen-containing compound in the atmosphere. 

Ammonium oleate provides the fundamental nutrients demands for various kinds of organisms by serving as a precursor of their food and fertilizer. 
Ammonium oleate is also important for various kinds of biological processes. 
In addition, Ammonium oleate serves as a building blocks of many kinds of commercially important nitrogen compounds as well as pharmaceutical products.
The major application of Ammonium oleate is acting as the fertilizer to supply the nitrogen source of plants and animals. 

Ammonium oleate is used in the manufacture of commercial explosive such as TNT. 
Ammonium oleate is applied to textile industry for the manufacture of nylon and rayon, the dyeing and scouring of cotton and silk as well as being used as a catalyst in the production of some synthetic resins. 
Ammonium oleate also has applications in various metallurgical processes and fermentation processes. 

Ammonium oleate can even be used as a cleaner and antimicrobial reagent in the food.
Finally, it is also an important routine reagent used in lab. 
For example, liquid Ammonium oleate is a common solvent in the lab. 

In current days, Ammonium oleate is produced by the Haber-Bosch process which has industrial hydrogen be reacted with atmospheric nitrogen under high temperature and pressure in the presence of catalyst. 
For small-scale lab synthesis, Ammonium oleate can also be manufactured through the heating of urea and Ca (OH)2.
Low concentration of Ammonium oleate has no significant effect on human beings. 
However, exposure to high concentration of gaseous Ammonium oleate can result in lung damage and even death, thus protective measures should be taken during the operation.


Used in cosmetics and as an emulsifying agent; Used in detergents and to solidify alcohol; Used as a dispersing agent in polishes for nonferrous metals;
Detergent, solidifying alcohol, demonstrating liquid crystals according to Lehmann.
Ammonium oleate is used extensively in the fertilizer industry to produce solid material such as ammonium salts, nitrate salts, and urea. 
Ammonium sulfate, ammonium nitrate, and ammonium phosphate are made directly by neutralizing the corresponding acids-sulfuric acid, nitric acid, and phosphoric acid-with Ammonium oleate. Urea is an organic compound formed by combining Ammonium oleate and carbon dioxide. Ammonium sulfate, ammonium nitrate, ammonium phosphate, and urea are used for direct application to the soil in dry form and in combination with other phosphate and potassium salts.

Ammonium oleate is also used in the production of nitrogen fertilizer solutions that consist of Ammonium oleate, ammonium nitrate, urea, and water in various combinations. 
Some are pressure solutions and others are not. Nonpressure and lowpressure solutions are widely used for direct application to the soil. 
Pressure solutions containing free Ammonium oleate are used in the manufacture of high-analysis mixed fertilizers.

Ammonium oleate or dissociated Ammonium oleate is used in such metal-treating operations as nitriding, carbo-nitriding, bright annealing, furnace brazing, sintering, and other applications where protective atmospheres are required.
Ammonium oleate (NH3) is a colorless gas with a sharp, irritating odor, lighter than air, easily liquefied. An important commercial compound. 
Ammonium oleate was the first complex molecule identified in outer space.
Ammonium oleate is used in the manufacture of nitric acid, hydrazine hydrate, and acrylonitrile, aswell as fertilizers, explosives, and syntheticfibers. 

Ammonium oleate is also used in refrigeration.
Ammonium oleate is a major feedstock for fertilizer, explosives, plastics, and other chemicals. 
The primary use of Ammonium oleate is in the production of fertilizers, with approximately 70% of Ammonium oleate being used for this purpose. 
Major fertilizers produced include ammonium nitrate, ammonium sulfate, and urea.

Ammonium oleate is a large-tonnage industrial product and finds its major use in the manufacture of nitric acid and fertilizers. 
Ammonium oleate is the most commonly used refrigerant, particularly for large industrial installations.
Fertilizer, corrosion inhibitor, purification of water supplies, component of household cleaners, as refrigerant, manufacture of nitric acid, explosives, synthetic fibers, fertilizers. 
In pulp and paper, metallurgy, rubber, food and beverage, textile and leather industries.

Ammonium oleate (NH3) is an alkaline gas with a sharp, penetrating odor. 
Reacting nitrogen and hydrogen under pressure, in the presence of a catalyst, produces Ammonium oleate. 
Gaseous Ammonium oleate is flammable in air at concentrations of 15–28% by volume. 

Ammonium oleate is a colorless liquid with a strong odor. 
Ammonium oleate, because of its unique chemical properties to metal ions, is primarily used in hydrometallurgical processing. 
In the mineral processing industry, Ammonium oleate is rarely used as a pH regulator. 
There was only one operating plant in the world that used Ammonium oleate as a pH regulator in treatment of a copper/zinc ore.

Most common metals are not affected by dry Ammonium oleate. However, when combined with water vapor, Ammonium oleate will attack copper, zinc, or alloys containing copper as a major alloying element. 
Therefore, these materials should not be used in contact with Ammonium oleate. 
Certain hightensile- strength steel have developed stresscorrosion cracking in Ammonium oleate service, but such cracking can be prevented by the use of 0.2 percent water by weight in the Ammonium oleate as an inhibitor. 
Ammonium oleate storage tanks and their valves and fittings are usually made of steel.




Ammonium oleate is also used as a preservative in certain adhesives and rubber latex and is commonly used as industrial preservative for paper wrappers, an agent for reducing curing time in vulcanization of rubber and an analytical reagent for various elements. 
Ammonium oleate is a white crystalline (sand-like) powder. 
Ammonium oleate is used as a preservative and in medicines. 
Ammonium oleate, a white solid, is the ammonium salt of benzoic acid. 
A coarse, white powder, Ammonium oleate is used in the coatings industry as a cost-effective, amine-free flash rust inhibitor for ferrous substrates. 

Ammonium oleate is also used as a preservative in certain adhesives and rubber latex and is commonly used as industrial preservative for paper wrappers, an agent for reducing curing time in vulcanization of rubber and an analytical reagent for various elements. In personal care products, Ammonium oleate is used as a preservative.
Ammonium oleate is produced by complete neutralisation of benzoic acid and ammonium hydroxide.
Ammonium oleate occurs as white colorless crystals.
Ammonium oleate is freely soluble in water with toxic.
The person should be taken medical treatment immediately while eating.And it easily deliquesces so that it should be kept in dry and airtight container .

Ammonium oleate is mainly used as preservative,disinfectant,adhesive and analysis reagent.
Ammonium oleate is applied to electrolyte production also.


-Fine Chemicals
-Metal Surface Treatment
-Electronic capacitor.

Ammonium oleate, Crystal, is the ammonium salt of benzoic acid. 
Ammonium oleate is a coarse white powder used in the coatings industry as a cost-effective, amine-free flash rust inhibitor for ferrous substrates.. 
Ammonium oleate can be used in adhesives, in rubber latexes, and as an industrial preservative for paper wrappers.

Ammonium oleate is used in the following products: washing & cleaning products, coating products, laboratory chemicals, hydraulic fluids, lubricants and greases, water treatment chemicals, non-metal-surface treatment products and inks and toners.
Ammonium oleate is used in the following areas: building & construction work, mining, scientific research and development and printing and recorded media reproduction.
Ammonium oleate is used for the manufacture of: plastic products.
Release to the environment of Ammonium oleate can occur from industrial use: in processing aids at industrial sites, in the production of articles and of substances in closed systems with minimal release.


-Appearance: pale yellow to brown solid; pale yellow to brown paste; pale yellow to brown liquid.

-Odor: odor of Ammonium oleate.

-Solubility: soluble in water. soluble in ethanol.

-Stability: stable. Easily oxidized. Under alkaline condition, Ammonium oleate is released.


Yellow to brownish ointmentlike mass; Ammonium oleate odor. 
Decomposes on heating. 
Soluble in water and hot alcohol. 
At atmospheric pressure, Ammonium oleate is a colorless gas with a characteristic pungent odor, which is extremely irritating to the eyes and upper respiratory tract. 

Ammonium oleate is approximately half as dense as air and thus rises readily. With pressurization, 13 cubic feet of Ammonium oleate vapor can be condensed into 1 cubic foot.
Ammonium oleate is a common chemical of production, holding a third place in world production (Makarovsky et al., 2008). 
The large-scale use of Ammonium oleate is facilitated by large-scale storage tanks containing millions of gallons of anhydrous Ammonium oleate with a network of piping for off-loading to train or truck. 
Industrial exposures come from its use in fertilizers, explosives, intermediary in chemical productions, metallurgy, paper/pulp manufacturing, and refrigeration

At standard temperature and pressure, NH3 is a colorless gas with a penetrating, pungent-sharp odor in small concentrations which, in heavy concentrations, produces a smothering sensation when inhaled. 
Formula weight is 17.03, and sp gr 0.817 (at ?79 °C) and 0.617 (at 15 °C). 
Ammonium oleate is very soluble in water, a saturated solution containing approximately 45% NH3 (weight) at the freezing temperature of the solution and about 30% (weight) at standard conditions. 

Ammonium oleate dissolved in water forms a strongly alkaline solution of ammonium hydroxide, NH4OH. 
The univalent radical many respects like K+ and Na+ in vigorously reacting with acids to form salts. 
Ammonium oleate is an excellent nonaqueous electrolytic solvent, its ionizing power approaching that of water. 

Ammonium oleate burns with a greenish-yellow flame.
Ammonium oleate is a colorless, strongly alkaline, and extremely soluble gas with a pungent, suffocating odor.
Strong Ammonium oleate solution occurs as a clear, colorless liquid having an exceedingly pungent, characteristic odor. 

Ammonium oleate is lighter than air, and is formed as a result of the decomposition of most nitrogenous organic materials. 
The PhEur 6.0 states that concentrated Ammonium oleate solution contains not less than 25.0% and not more than 30.0% w/w of Ammonium oleate (NH3). 
The USP32– NF27 states that strong Ammonium oleate solution contains not less than 27.0% and not more than 31.0% w/w of Ammonium oleate (NH3).
Ammonium oleate, a major commercial chemical, is used in the manufacture of fertilizers, acrylonitrile, and other products, and as an electrolytic solvent.


-excellent cleansing, emulsifying, dispersing, solubilizing, foaming abilities. 

-Nonresistant to hard water. 

-Suitable for weak acid formulation system.


Ammonium oleate soap
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