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Auric sodium Chloride | CAS Number: 15189-51-2

Catalog Number
ACM15189512
Product Name
Auric sodium Chloride
Structure
CAS Number
15189-51-2
Synonyms
Sodium tetrachloroaurate
Molecular Weight
397.8
Molecular Formula
NaAuCl4ยท2H2O
Density
g/cm3
Purity
Au 48.0%
Appearance
yellow crystals
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1[From photography to chrysotherapy: Fordos and Gelis salt].

Devaux G.

Rev Hist Pharm (Paris). 1999;47(323):347-54.

In 1840, the French physicist Hippolyte Fizeau (1819-1896) proposed an auric chloride and sodium thiosulfate-based reagent to fix daguerreotypes. In 1843, two French pharmacists, Mathurin-Joseph Fordos (1816-1878) and Amedee Gelis (1815-1882), isolated its main ingredient in crystalline form and analysed it as a sodium aurothiosulfate. They recommended the use of an aqueous solution of this product to fix photographic negatives. Read More

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