Ammonium vanadate(V); Ammonium metavanadate (NH4VO3); Ammonium monovanadate; Ammonium trioxovanadate(1-); Ammonium vanadate; Ammonium vanadate ((NH4)VO3); Ammonium vanadate (VAN); Ammonium vanadium oxide (NH4VO3); Ammonium vanadium trioxide; Vanadate (VO3(1-)), ammonium; Vanadic acid (HVO3), ammonium salt; Vanadic acid, ammonium salt; [ChemIDplus] UN2859
White or slightly yellow solid; [Merck Index] Tan, pale yellow, off-white, or white powder; [MSDSonline]
Used as a drier for paints and inks, in dyeing and printing on woolens, for staining wood black, in the manufacture of vanadium black and "indelible ink," for producing vanadium luster on pottery, as photographic developer, in hematoxylin staining in microscopy, and as a substitute for vanadium pentoxide in the production of yellow ceramic colorants; [HSDB]
Emergency treatment: "Vanadium compounds"; [HSDB] Causes somnolence and diarrhea after lethal concentration studies; Causes abnormal liver function test results after subcutaneous doses in mice; [RTECS] An irritant; Toxic if swallowed; Very toxic by inhalation; [Alfa Aesar MSDS] See "Vanadium pentoxide."
LC50 (rat) = 7.8 mg/m3/4h
Hepatoxic (a) from occupational exposure (secondary effect) or (b) in animal studies or in humans after ingestion
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