Ammonium Fluoride is an inorganic chemical compound which crystallises as small colourless prisms. It is saline in taste and is highly soluble in water.
It is used in oxygen sensitive applications like metal production. Its application varies from etching of glass and related silicates to oil refining and manufacturing of pharmaceuticals. As a mothproofing agent, it is used in the preservation of wood. It is also used in dying and printing of textiles and as an antiseptic in breweries.