Dialuminium trisulphate octadecahydrate

  • Formula: Al2(SO4)3.18H2O
  • Hill system formula: Al2H36O30S3
  • CAS registry number: [7784-31-8]
  • Formula weight: 666.429
  • Class: complex
  • Colour: white
  • Appearance: crystalline solid
  • Melting point: 87°C (decomposes)
  • Boiling point:
  • Density: 1690 kg m-3

The following are some synonyms of dialuminium trisulphate octadecahydrate:

  • dialuminium trisulphate octadecahydrate
  • aluminium(III) sulphate 18-water
  • aluminium sulfate 18-water
  • aluminium sulphate 18-water
  • aluminium(III) sulfate 18-water
  • aluminum sulfate 18-water
  • aluminum sulphate 18-water
  • aluminum(III) sulfate 18-water
  • aluminum(III) sulphate 18-water
  • dialuminium trisulfate octadecahydrate
  • dialuminum trisulfate octadecahydrate
  • dialuminum trisulphate octadecahydrate

The oxidation number of aluminium in dialuminium trisulphate octadecahydrate is 3.


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Element analysis

The table shows element percentages for Al2(SO4)3.18H2O (dialuminium trisulphate octadecahydrate).

Element %
Al 8.10
H 5.44
O 72.02
S 14.43

Isotope pattern for Al2(SO4)3.18H2O

The chart below shows the calculated isotope pattern for the formula Al2(SO4)3.18H2O with the most intense ion set to 100%.


The data on these compounds pages are assembled and adapted from the primary literature and several other sources including the following.

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