Barium Nitrate Industrial Grade Construction Admxiture

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Barium Nitrate Industrial Grade Construction Admxiture


Product Name: Barium Nitrate

Molecular formula: Ba(NO3)2

Molecular weight: 261.34

CAS NO.: 10022-31-8

HS CODE: 28342990

UN NO.: 1446 5.1 Class Oxidant

Barium Nitrate Industrial Grade Construction Admxiture
Property:

colorless crystal or white crystalline powder colorless crystal or
white crystalline powder. 
MP: 592C, LD50=8.5mg/kg. oxidant. 

Uses: the material of firework, firecrackers, green firework, green signal flare, reagent, tracer, optical glass,

enamel material, salt bath, barium salt
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Standard : GB1613-1993

Index nameFine GradeFirst GradeQualified Grade
Assay %≥99.399.0%98.5
Moisture %≤0.050.100.10
Water insoluble matter % ≤0.050.100.15
Fe %≤0.0010.0030.005

Packing:In25/50kg net PP/PE bag or the demanding of customer.

 

FAQ   

1.Q: What is MOQ?

  A: Our MOQ is 1 TON. 

2.Q: Could you offer free sample?

  A: We can provide free samples to you for quality testing. 

3.Q: What about your packing?

  A: For liquid: Flexitank, or IBC tank 1000L

For powder:Woven fabric bag with plastic film liner(  25kg or 1000kg)

 Clients’ packing is workable.

4.Q: How about your productive capacity?

  A: 150000 tons/Year. 

5.Q: What is your delivery time?

  A: Within 7 days after received deposit or L/C at sight.

 


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Q:Sodiumcorbonate is inorganic salt , why it is not organic substance even it contains carbon?
Organic molecules have carbon to carbon bonds. EDIT: I wonder why I got a thumb down for stating the definition of an organic molecule? Yahoo answers is a weird place. If there's only one carbon atom in a molecule its not an organic molecule, because there can be no C-C bonds...
Q:Inorganic salt through what way into the human body
The role of inorganic salts on the human body 1. Inorganic salts in the human body is extremely uneven distribution. For example, calcium and phosphorus are mostly in hard tissue such as bone and teeth, iron is concentrated in red blood cells, iodine is concentrated in the thyroid, barium is concentrated in adipose tissue, cobalt is concentrated in hematopoietic organs, and zinc is concentrated in muscle tissue. 2. Inorganic salts are important for the structure of tissues and cells
Q:Indicating the organic compounds and inorganic salts in the boiling point, melting point and solubility of what is the difference
Organic compounds are mainly covalently bonded, the mutual attraction between molecules is very weak, so its melting point, low boiling point, generally insoluble in water and soluble in organic solvents. Inorganic salts with ionic bonding, positive and negative ions electrostatic attraction is very strong, so the melting point, boiling point is very high, usually insoluble in organic solvents and soluble in water.
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Q:The lack of symptoms and food sources of several inorganic salts
Food sources of inorganic salts containing calcium Source: dairy products, beans, cereals, kelp and so on. Source: seafood, etc. Food of iron-containing inorganic salts Source: Fruits Containing iodine-containing inorganic salts Source (trace): seaweed, jellyfish, corn, mussels, etc. Zinc-containing inorganic salt food sources (trace): animal liver (viscera), fruit, peanuts, etc.
Q:Can you die breathing in salt?
The boiling point of inorganic salts is extremely high due to the strength of their ionic bonds. The temperatures will kill you.
Q:What do we get from the milk?
Milk is rich in minerals, calcium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, copper, manganese, molybdenum. The most rare is that milk is the best source of calcium in the human body, and the proportion of calcium and phosphorus is very appropriate, conducive to the absorption of calcium. Species is complex, at least 100 kinds, the main ingredients are water, fat, phospholipids, protein, lactose, inorganic salts
Q:would heterotrophic organism grow well in inorganic salt media? why or why not?
No. Heterotrophs get energy from the environment in the form of chemical bonds within organic molecules (such as glucose). An inorganic salt medium would not supply the needed organic molecules. Your heterotroph would starve.
Q:Is the conduction of excitement on neurons related to inorganic salts?
Neurons are cells with long synapses (axons) that consist of cell bodies and cell processes. In the long axon with a layer of sheath, composed of nerve fibers, it is a small branch of the end called nerve endings. Cell bodies are located in the brain, spinal cord and ganglion, the cell processes can be extended to the body organs and tissues. The cell body is a nuclear part of the cell, its size is very different, about 4 to 120 microns in diameter. Nuclear large and round, located in the central cell, less chromatin, nucleolus obvious. There are plaque outside the cytoplasmic chromatin (formerly known as Neil body), there are many neuronal fibers.
Q:does the water solubility of an inorganic salt increase or decrease as the temp of the water is increased. Exp?
Usually solubility will increase with increasing temperature but there are a significant number of exceptions which show the opposite.

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