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Bismuth Subgallate

Test Specification...BP
Appearance It occurs as yellow powder.
Identification Test A: Test B: a. Specified test. A blackish blue color develops. b. It gives reaction of Bismuth.
Solubility Practically insoluble in water and in ethanol (96%). It dissolves in mineral acids with decomposition and in solutions of alkali hydroxides, producing a reddish-brown liquid.
Acidity Specified Test
Chlorides Not more than 200 ppm
Nitrates Not more than 0.2 %
Copper Not more than 50 ppm
Lead Not more than 20 ppm
Silver Not more than 25 ppm
Substances not precipitated by ammonia Not more than 1.0 %
Loss on drying Not more than 7.0 %
Assay Not less than 48.0 % and not more than 51.0 % of Bi (dried substance)
Test Specification...USP
Appearance It occurs as a amorphous bright yellow powder
Identification Test(A) Test (B) (a)Specified test. A purplish blue mixture is produced. (b)It gives reaction of Bismuth.
Solubility Practically insoluble in water, in alcohol, in chloroform, and in ether; insoluble in very dilute mineral acids.
Arsenic Maximum 7.5ppm
Nitrate Specified Test. No reddish brown color appears at the zone of contact of the two liquids.
Copper, Lead and Silver Specified Test.
Alkaline and Alkaline Earths Maximum 0.5%
Free Gallic Acid Maximum 0.5%.
Loss on drying Maximum 7.0 %
Residual Solvents Meets the Requirements
Bismuth Not less than 52.0 per cent and not more than 57.0 per cent of Bismuth trioxide (dried substance)

Shelf life, Storage and Packing
It should be stored in a segregated area in a cool and ventilated place away from combustible materials. Keep in a tightly closed container, sealed until ready for use. It is packed in 25kg or 50kg HDPE bags or drums as required.

Other
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We observe WHO Good manufacturing practice and Good laboratory practice.

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