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CAS Number: 1309-64-4
EC Number: 215-175-0
MDL Number: MFCD00011214
Molecular Formula: Sb2O3

Antimony trioxide is the inorganic compound with the formula Sb2O3. 
Antimony trioxide is the most important commercial compound of antimony. 
Antimony trioxide is found in nature as the minerals valentinite and senarmontite.

Like most polymeric oxides, Antimony trioxide de occurs in nature as the very rare mineral stibioclaudetite.
Global production of Antimony trioxide in 2012 was 130,000 tonnes, an increase from 112,600 tonnes in 2002. 
China produces the largest share followed by US/Mexico, Europe, Japan and South Africa and other countries (2%).

As of 2010, Antimony trioxide was produced at four sites in EU27. 
Antimony trioxide is produced via two routes, re-volatilizing of crude Antimony trioxide and by oxidation of antimony metal.
Oxidation of antimony metal dominates in Europe. 

Several processes for the production of crude Antimony trioxide or metallic antimony from virgin material. 
The choice of process depends on the composition of the ore and other factors. 

Typical steps include mining, crushing and grinding of ore, sometimes followed by froth flotation and separation of the metal using pyrometallurgical processes (smelting or roasting) or in a few cases (e.g. when the ore is rich in precious metals) by hydrometallurgical processes. 
These steps do not take place in the EU but closer to the mining location.

Re-volatilizing of crude Antimony trioxide:
Step 1) Crude stibnite is oxidized to crude Antimony trioxide using furnaces operating at approximately 500 to 1,000 °C. 

The reaction is the following:
2 Sb2S3 + 9 O2 → 2 Sb2O3 + 6 SO2
Step 2) The crude Antimony trioxide is purified by sublimation.

Antimony trioxide is an amphoteric oxide. 
Antimony trioxide dissolves in aqueous sodium hydroxide solution to give the meta-antimonite NaSbO2, which can be isolated as the trihydrate. 
Antimony trioxide also dissolves in concentrated mineral acids to give the corresponding salts, which hydrolyzes upon dilution with water. 

With nitric acid, the trioxide is oxidized to antimony(V) oxide.
When heated with carbon, the oxide is reduced to antimony metal.  
When heated with potassium bitartrate, a complex salt potassium antimony tartrate, KSb(OH)2•C4H2O6, is formed.

The structure of Antimony trioxide depends on the temperature of the sample. 
Dimeric Sb4O6 is the high temperature (1560 °C) gas. 

Sb4O6 molecules are bicyclic cages, similar to the related oxide of phosphorus(III), phosphorus trioxide. 
The cage structure is retained in a solid that crystallizes in a cubic habit. 
The Sb-O distance is 197.7 pm and the O-Sb-O angle of 95.6°. 

This form exists in nature as the mineral senarmontite. 
Above 606 °C, the more stable form is orthorhombic, consisting of pairs of -Sb-O-Sb-O- chains that are linked by oxide bridges between the Sb centers. 
This form exists in nature as the mineral valentinite.

Antimony trioxide is an inorganic compound. 
Antimony trioxide is soluble by hydrolysis in aqueous solutions. 
Antimony trioxide is of whitish powder and crystalline structure. 

Antimony trioxide is insoluble in nitric acid.
Antimony trioxide is an industrial chemical and also occurs naturally in the environment.
Antimony trioxide, also known as antimony oxide or Sb2O3, is the most widely produced compound of elemental antimony. 

Antimony trioxide is formed by reacting antimony trichloride (SbCl3) with water. 
Antimony trioxide is used in combination with some brominated flame retardants and might also be used in conjunction with zinc borate. 
The bulk antimony trioxide has been reported to have high electrical resistivity as well as energy band gap.

Antimony trioxide, also known as antimony oxide or Sb2O3, is the most widely produced compound of elemental antimony. 
The nations that produce the most antimony trioxide are China, South Africa, Bolivia, Russia, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan. 
Antimony trioxide (Sb2O3) is a slightly soluble, white crystalline powder. 

Antimony trioxide is produced by smelting antimony-containing ores or reacting antimony trichloride with water. 
Antimony is not abundant in the earth’s crust. 
Antimony trioxide may also be referred to as diantimony trioxide (DAT), antimony oxide, or in manufacturing as antimony white. 

Rise in the number of fire accidents and implementation of stringent fire safety regulations across the world will therefore continue to boost the sales of antimony trioxide during the forecast period.
Rising spending on these consumer products coupled with rapid expansion of building & construction and electrical and electronics industries is expected to provide a strong thrust to the growth of antimony trioxide market during the forthcoming years.

A white crystalline powder that occurs in nature as the mineral valentinite. 
Synthetic antimony trioxide, produced by roasting Antimony ore then mixing with Barium sulfate was introduced as an artists' pigment called antimony white. 
Antimony trioxide is inert, has good hiding power, and low oil absorption. 

Since Antimony trioxide is darkened by Hydrogen sulfide, antimony oxide is often mixed with Zinc oxide which has preferential absorption for that gas (Gettens and Stout 1966). 
Some samples may contain senarmonite and/or valentinite, two known mineral forms of antimony oxide. 

Octahedral arsenic oxide may also be present as an impurity. 
Antimony trioxide's structure depends on the temperature of sample. 
Under high temperature (1560°C), dimeric Sb4O6 is noted. 

Sb4O6 molecules appear as bicyclic cages similar to that of related oxides of phosphorus (III) and phosphorus trioxide. 
The cage structure is maintained in crystallized solid in a cubic habit. 
Distance between Sb-O is 197.7 pm with an O-Sb-O angle of 95.6°. 

Below 606 °C, the more stable type is orthorhombic that includes pairs of Sb-O chains linked by oxide bridges between the Stibium centers.
Antimony trioxide has a dipole moment of zero.
Antimony trioxide is found in nature as the minerals Valentinite and Senarmontite. 

Many commercial manufacturers produce Antimony Trioxide using stibnite ores (Antimony Trisulfide) or as a by-product of lead smelting. 
Antimony Trioxide can also be produced using Antimony Trichloride, which is derived from Stibnite. 
Although not feasible for commercial purposes, this inorganic compound can also be produced by burning elementary Antimony in air. 

Antimony trioxide is the one of the major compounds of antimony. 
Antimony trioxide is mainly produced by two ways either by oxidation of antimony or by the process of re-volatilizing of crude antimony trioxide. 
The method of production is mainly dependent on the composition of ores. 

Antimony trioxide has the ability to react both as acid as well as base making Antimony trioxide suitable in various end user applications. 
Antimony trioxide reacts with mineral acids to give the corresponding salts. 
The flame retardant application of antimony trioxide is expected to dominate the market for antimony trioxide. 

Countries such as China, Russia, South Africa and Kyrgyzstan are the major producers for antimony trioxide. 
The major consumers for antimony trioxide are developed regions especially Europe and the U.S. 
With growth in flame retardant market across the globe the market for antimony trioxide also expects a positive trend in next few years.

As the demand of antimony trioxide is based on Antimony trioxide's flame retardant application, the growth in flame retardant market will advance the need for antimony trioxide. 
The increase in electronics industry in developing and developed nations is anticipated to be the greatest end user industry for antimony trioxide. 

The developing nations across Asia Pacific and RoW are expected to be the fastest growing market for antimony trioxide in the next six years. 
Moreover, due to the rapid economic development of these countries and increased disposable income of the citizens of these countries has led to further magnification of the total customer base in these countries for applications in electronic consumables and house hold electronic products. 

The augmentation of electronic sector especially in personal computers, LCD monitors, and other electronic equipments in developed regions will help the market of antimony trioxide to flourish further. 
Antimony Trioxide, Reagent is an inorganic compound and crucial as a commercial compound of antimony. 

Antimony trioxide is an opacifying agent for glasses, ceramics and enamels. 
The Reagent grade denotes that this chemical is the highest quality commercially available and that the American Chemical Society has not officially set any specifications for this material. 
Spectrum Chemical manufactured Reagent grade products meet the toughest regulatory standards for quality and purity.

Strength of Antimony trioxide's izod effect and translucency are two chief features that are reduced because of the size of particle and color strength of antimony trioxide. 
Reduction in translucency restricts choice of accessible color due to high loading needed to counterbalance the pigmentation of Antimony Trioxide.

Approximately 20,000 metric tons of antimony trioxide [1309-64-4] (commonly referred to as antimony oxide), Sb2O3, was used in the United States in 1990 to impart flame retardancy to plastics . 
Although antimony trioxide is found in nature, Antimony trioxide is too impure to be used. 

Flame-retardant grades of antimony oxides are manufactured from either antimony metal or the sulfide ore by oxidation in air at 600–800°C. 
The particle size and chemical reactivity is determined by the processing conditions, enabling the production of several different grades. 
Antimony trioxide is from 99.0–99.9 wt % Sb2O3. 

The remainder consists of 0.4–0.01 wt % arsenic; 0.4–0.01, lead; 0.1–0.0001, iron; 0.005–0.0001, nickel; and 0.01–0.0001,sulfates. 
Antimony trioxide is insoluble in water and the loss on drying at 110°C is 0.1 wt % max. 
Antimony trioxide has been used as a white pigment since ancient times. 

The pigmentation from Antimony trioxide in plastics can be controlled and adjusted by the judicious selection of a Sb2O3 grade having a specific particle size. 
The product with the smallest particle size and the narrowest particle-size range imparts the whitest color and highest opacity. 

Particle size during manufacture is controlled by adjusting the temperature and rate at which the antimony vapors are precipitated as these vapors exit the furnace. 
The lower the temperature and the slower the precipitation rate, the larger the particles. 
Although particle size affects pigmentation, Antimony trioxide does not appear to affect flame retardancy efficiency. 

Antimony trioxide is the chemical compound with the formula Sb2O3. 
Antimony trioxide is the most important commercial compound of antimony. 
Antimony trioxide is found in nature as the minerals valentinite and senarmontite. 

Antimony is a metallic element with the chemical symbol Sb and atomic number 51. 
Small amounts of antimony are found in the earth's crust.
It belongs to the class of inorganic compounds known as metalloid oxides. 
These are inorganic compounds containing an oxygen atom of an oxidation state of -2, in which the heaviest atom bonded to the oxygen is a metalloid.

-The annual consumption of Antimony trioxide in the United States and Europe is approximately 10,000 and 25,000 tonnes, respectively. 
The main application is as flame retardant synergist in combination with halogenated materials. 
-The combination of the halides and the antimony is key to the flame-retardant action for polymers, helping to form less flammable chars. 
Such flame retardants are found in electrical apparatuses, textiles, leather, and coatings.

-Antimony trioxide is an opacifying agent for glasses, ceramics and enamels.
-Some specialty pigments contain antimony.
-Antimony trioxide is a useful catalyst in the production of polyethylene terephthalate (PET plastic) and the vulcanization of rubber.
-Chemical catalysts, ceramics, glass, and polymers.

-Antimony trioxide can also be used as a chemical catalyst in the production of polyethylene terephthalate (PET plastic) and the vulcanization of rubber.
-Synergy between antimony and halogenated flame-retardants is well exploited in flame-retarding thermoplastics.
-More than 80% of antimony trioxide is used as a flame retardant additive for various type of plastics, rubbers, and fibers, with the balance used mainly for polyester polymerization catalysts, variable resistors, decolorizing and fining of optical lenses, and as pigments.

-The use of small quantities of antimony trioxide for plastics together with halogenated compound is a common and efficient method to obtain flame retardant effectiveness without detracting from the original properties of the plastics.
-Antimony trioxide is widely used as a fire retardant in the membranes of plastic industry ,the enclosures of electric devices and household electric appliances such as PVC, PP, PE, PS, ABS, PU, etc.

-Antimony trioxide is used as filling, covering agents and retardants for rubber, ceramics, enamels, fabrics, and fiber products.
-Antimony trioxide is used as pigments and retardants in oil paint and coating material industry.
-Antimony trioxide is used as retardants in synthetic resin and papers.

-Antimony trioxide (ATO) is commonly used as a co-synergist with halogenated flame retardants to enhance their effectiveness. 
-Antimony trioxide is a chemical added to some flame retardants to make them more effective in consumer products, including upholstered furniture, textiles, carpeting, plastics, and children’s products.

-Antimony trioxide can be used in PET production as a catalyst. 
While Antimony trioxide is an explanatory aid in some glasses, Antimony trioxide is an additive in semiconductors. 
Antimony trioxide is suitable to be preferred as a component in the manufacturing of complex inorganic colored rutile pigments. 

-Antimony trioxide is one of the most important commercial compounds. 
Antimony trioxide's raw state can become volatile again. 
In some cases, Antimony trioxide contains rich mining properties. 
Antimony trioxide prevents foaming in the windows. 

-Many sectors may prefer to use Antimony trioxide because Antimony trioxide is flame retardant. 
-Antimony trioxide is also used to manufacture some polyethylene terephthalate (PET) plastic, which is used to make some ovenproof or microwavable plastic trays, as well as some plastic water bottles.

-Certain areas where antimony trioxide can be used are as follows:
*Paint industry
*Plastics industry
*In adhesives
*Cable industry
*In ceramics and enamel
*In textile industry

-In Canada, antimony trioxide is primarily used in combination with other compounds to provide flame retardant properties. 
Antimony trioxide is both manufactured in and imported into Canada.
-Flame retardants used in household items such as mattress covers, furniture and carpets may contain antimony trioxide.

-Antimony trioxide is also used in the manufacturing of a plastic material known as polyethylene terephthalate (PET).
-Antimony trioxide is opacifier. 
When tin is added to the colors, antimony trioxide appears even more vivid.

-Antimony(III) Oxide or Antimony Trioxide is a highly insoluble thermally stable Antimony source suitable for glass, optic and ceramic applications. 
-When Antimony trioxide is used as a flame retardant, antimony trioxide is often used in combination with halogenated compounds. 
Antimony trioxide is used as a synergist to enhance the activity of the halogenated flame retardant. 

-Antimony trioxide acts as halogen synergist fire retardant and smoke suppressant. 
Antimony trioxide does not react as flame-retardant directly but used as synergist to enhance the activity of halogenated flame-retardant by stepwise releasing the halogenated radical to retard gas phase chain reaction of flame spread. 

-Antimony trioxide is used in textiles as well as in adhesives.
-Typical applications for antimony trioxide include flame retardant synergist for use in plastics, rubber, paints, paper, textiles, and electronics; polyethylene terephthalate polymerization catalyst; a clarifying agent for glass; an opacifier for porcelain and enamel; and a white pigment for paint. 

-Other applications of antimony trioxide include a clarifying agent for glass, an opacifier for porcelain and enamel, and a white pigment.
-Typically Antimony trioxide is used as a flame retardant synergist in plastics, paints, adhesives, sealants, textiles, rubber and electronics. 
-Antimony Trioxide is also used in glass as a refining agent to decolorize and degasify the glass.

-Antimony trioxide is an inorganic chemical compound mostly used as a flame retardant additive for various types of plastics, fibers, rubbers etc. 
-Antimony trioxide is found in nature in the form of minerals valentinite and senarmontite, and has become one of the most important commercial compounds of antimony.

-Growing popularity of antimony trioxide as an ideal flame retardant additive is a major factor providing impetus to the growth of antimony trioxide market. 
-Antimony trioxide is being extensively used as a flame retardant synergist in industries such as plastics & polymers, glass & ceramics, textiles, and electronics.

-Similarly, antimony trioxide is used as an opacifying agent for glass enamels, and glasses. 
-Antimony trioxide also finds its application as a useful catalyst in the production of polyethylene terephthalate (PET plastic) and the vulcanization of rubber.

-Rising adoption of antimony trioxide as a flame retardant additive, pacifying agent, and a catalyst across various industries is a major factor driving growth in the global antimony trioxide market.
-Similarly, increasing usage of antimony trioxide as an opacifying agent for glasses ceramics, and enamels is likely to push the demand for antimony trioxide during the assessment period.

-Over the years, antimony trioxide has become one of the most commonly used flame retardant additives in plastics, polymers, glass & ceramics, textiles, coatings, etc. 
Antimony trioxide is used as a co-synergist with halogenated flame retardants to enhance their effectiveness.
-Antimony trioxide is being increasingly added to some flame retardants to make them more effective in consumer products including wires, cables, furniture, plastics, ceramics, glass, children's products, etc. 

-Another factor spurring the growth of antimony trioxide market is the surging demand for polyethylene terephthalate (PET plastics) and rubber. 
Antimony trioxide has become an ideal catalyst in the production of PET plastics and the vulcanization of rubber.
-Polymerization catalyst for polyester:
Antimony trioxide is used as a polymerization catalyst for polyester, making Antimony trioxide possible to produce high-quality polyester at low cost.

-Antimony trioxide is used most widely as a flame-retardant auxiliary.
In addition, Antimony trioxide is also valuable as a catalyst for polyester resin production, and Antimony trioxide has become an indispensable material in the manufacturing field.

-Flame-retardant auxiliary:
For flame-retardant plastics, combining antimony trioxide with a halogen based flame-retardant auxiliary creates a synergistic effect that enhances Antimony trioxide's efficiency. 
Furthermore, Antimony trioxide is possible to reduce the total amount of required flame retardant additive, and flame retardancy can be achieved without impairing the functional properties of the plastic material.

-Other applications:
Material of Varistor (complex oxide), fining agent for optical lenses, pigment
-Antimony trioxide (ATO) acts as a flame retardant. 

-Applications: include PP (polypropylene), PE (polyethylene), TPO (thermoplastic olefin), EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer), PVC (polyvinylchloride), HIPS (high impact polystyrene), ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene), PC (polycarbonates) / ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene), PPO (polyphenylene oxide) / HIPS (high impact polystyrene), PA (polyamide), PE (polyester), phenolic resin, HTPA (high temperature polyamides), PC (polycarbonates), textile back-coating, rubber, silicone and PE (polyethylene) / EVA (ethylene-vinyl acetate). 
Sb2O3 is used as a fire retardant in rubber, plastics, wire & cable, and other composites. 

-Antimony trioxide must be used in conjunction with a halogen source, for example, a brominated flame retardant.
-Antimony trioxide is used as a white pigment and opacifiers in waxes, enamels, and glasses.
-Antimony trioxide is also used to flameproof textiles, paper, and plastic.

-Antimony trioxide is mostly used as a flame retardant synergies in plastics, rubber, textiles, adhesives and many more objects.
-Besides these applications Antimony trioxide is also used by glass and paint manufacturers.
-Antimony trioxide, This inorganic compound has a number of industrial uses. 

-Antimony trioxide is used as a pigment for other antimony compounds.
-Antimony trioxide is used as an ingredient in fire retardant paints. 
Paint manufacturers use Antimony trioxide as a white pigment. 

-Antimony trioxide is also with other substances to produce yellow pigments.
-Antimony trioxide is used in fire-retardant composition of plastics, paper, textiles and rubbers.
-Antimony trioxide is also deployed as a catalyst in the chemical industry

-Glass and ceramic producers use Antimony trioxide as an improver. 
Glass manufacturers use Antimony trioxide to remove bubbles (degasser) and as a fining agent.
-Antimony trioxide is used as an opacifier in porcelain and enameling products.

-Antimony trioxide is used to improve functioning of halogenated flame-retardants by sequentially freeing halogenated radicals to slow down gas phase chain reaction of flames dispersed.
-The major applications of antimony trioxide include flame retardants, polymerization catalyst in manufacturing of PET, as an additive in brake linings of automobiles and to certain extent as a coating for certain grades in titanium dioxide pigments. 

-The antimony trioxide has limited self fire-retardant properties. 
However antimony trioxide acts as an effective synergist for halogenated compounds or polymers containing halogens. 
The other major application for antimony trioxide is flame retardant in plastics and rubber. 
These flame retardant plastics are chiefly used in electronics applications. 

-As the processing of antimony trioxide with plastics do not require any specialized treatment, majority of electronic companies prefer such treated plastics for electronic end products. 
The growth of electronic sector especially in personal computers, LCD monitors, printers or house hold television sets will act as a major boost for antimony trioxide market. 
Moreover, the market for cables and insulations will aid the market for antimony trioxide further growth. 

-The flame retardant rubber is used in coal mines area where there is a high probability of fire exposure. 
-The antimony trioxide is also used in flame retardant textiles, which are used in protective clothing, mats and curtains. 
-The other applications include opacifying agent for glass and in manufacturing of complex organic pigments. 

-However, due to availability for better products in these applications it limits the scope for antimony trioxide for these sectors. 
-Antimony trioxide is also used as a catalyst in manufacturing polyethylene terephthalate (PET). 
-Antimony trioxide is appropriate for use as a flame retardant synergist used in combination with halogen compounds. 

-Many materials utilize Antimony trioxide's flame retardant properties including plastics, rubber, paints, paper, textiles and electronics. 
-Antimony trioxide is appropriate for use in polypropylene (PP), polyethylene (PE), ethylene propylene diene M-class rubber (EPDM), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), high impact polystyrene (HIPS), acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS), polyurethanes, phenolics, epoxies, and many others.

-Antimony Trioxide is used as a flame retardant for textiles, polymers, and coatings. 
-Antimony Trioxide can also be used to opacify glass, ceramics, and various enamels.
-Antimony Trioxide is also used as a catalyst for the formation of polyethylene terephthalate.

-The main application for Antimony Trioxide is use as Flame Retardant. 
-In addition, Antimony Trioxide can be used as an opacifying agent for glasses, ceramics and enamels and in Antimony trioxide can be found in specialty pigments. 

-Antimony trioxide can also be used as a catalyst in the formation of polyethylene terephthalate. 
-In the production of titanium dioxide, antimony trioxide acts as a flocculant which prevents caking.
-Translucent plastics can be made by using low tint grades with relatively large particles.

*Inorganic antimony salts 
*Metalloid salts 
*Inorganic oxides 

*Metalloid oxide
*Inorganic antimony salt
*Inorganic oxide
*Inorganic salt
*Inorganic metalloid salt

*Antimony Compound
*Food Toxin
*Household Toxin
*Inorganic Compound
*Synthetic Compound

Antimony metal is oxidized to Antimony Trioxide in furnaces. 
The reaction is exothermic. 
Antimony Trioxide is formed through sublimation and recovered in bag filters. 

The size of the formed particles is controlled by process conditions in furnace and gas flow. 
The reaction can be schematically described by:
4 Sb + 3 O2 → 2 Sb2O3

Appearance Form: powder
Odor: No data available
Odor Threshold: No data available
pH: No data available
Melting point/freezing point:
Melting point/range: 655 °C - lit.
Initial boiling point and boiling range: 1.550 °C - lit.
Flash point: Not applicable
Evaporation rate: No data available

Flammability (solid, gas): No data available
Upper/lower flammability or explosive limits: No data available
Vapor pressure: No data available
Vapor density: No data available
Density: ca.5,2 g/cm3 at 20 °C
Relative density: 5,9 at 24 °C 
Water solubility: 0,0287 g/l at 20 °C
Partition coefficient: n-octanol/water: Not applicable for inorganic substances
Autoignition temperature: No data available
Decomposition temperature: No data available

Viscosity, kinematic: No data available
Viscosity, dynamic: No data available
Explosive properties: No data available
Oxidizing properties: No data available
Other safety information: No data available
Appearance: white crystalline powder (est)
Assay:    99.00 to 100.00
Food Chemicals Codex Listed: No
Specific Gravity: 5.20000 @ 25.00 °C.
Boiling Point: 1425.00 °C. @ 760.00 mm Hg
Flash Point: 32.00 °F. TCC ( 0.00 °C. ) (est)
Soluble in: water, 0.06589 mg/L @ 25 °C (est)
Insoluble in: water

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-Methods and materials for containment and cleaning up:
Cover drains. 
Collect, bind, and pump off spills. 
Observe possible material restrictions.
Take up dry. 
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Full contact:
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Minimum layer thickness: 0,11 mm
Break through time: 480 min

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Break through time: 480 min

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The product is chemically stable under standard ambient conditions (room temperature) .

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Antimony Trioxide
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Antimony sesquioxide
Antimony White
Stibine oxide
Diantimony trioxide
Flowers of antimony
Triphenylantimony oxide
Triphenylstibine oxide
Triphenylantimony oxide
Antimony White
Antimony (III) Oxide
Atox B
Atox F
Antimony Bloom 100A
Bluestar RG
Flowers of Antimony
Antimony Sesquioxide
Bluestar Z
Diantimony Trioxide
FireShield H
Thermoguard B
Antimonious oxide
Antimony Bloom 100A
Antimony Bloom 500A
Antimony White
Antimony oxide (SB203)
Antimony oxide (Sb2O3)
Antimony sesquioxide
Antimony trioxide
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Antimony(3+) oxide
Atox B
Atox F
Atox R
Atox S
C.I. 77052
C.I. Pigment White 11
CI 77052
CI Pigment white 11
Chemetron fire shield
Dechlorane A-O
Diantimony trioxide
FireShield H
FireShield LS-FR
Fireshield FSPO 405
Flame Cut 610
Flame Cut 610R
Flameguard VF 59
Flowers of antimony
Microfine A 05
Nyacol A 1510LP
Nyacol A 1530
Octoguard FR 10
Patox C
Patox H
Patox L
Patox M
Patox S
Stibiox MS
Thermoguard B
Thermoguard L
Thermoguard S
Timonox White Star
Twinkling star
White star

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