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This product is lumpy substance, its surface is a little deep gray, has slight nasty smell. It can produce acetylene gas when met water, it can burn when meets fire. The acetylene gas mix with air will form explosive gas (explosive range of acetylene gas in the air is 2.3% - 81%).

 

Technical specifications and features

1. Name

Calcium Carbide

 

2. Molecular formula

CaC2

3. UN

1402

4. Class

4.3

5. HS code

28491000

6. Gas yield20 101.3 Kpa

≥295L/KG

7. PH3(V/V)

≤0.08%

8. H2S(V/V)

≤0.1%

9.Molecular weight

64.10

(according to 1995 international relative atomic mass)

10. SIZE

4-7,7-15,15-25,25-50,50-80,80-120MM

11. Packing

50kg or 100kg iron drum

 

Cautions during transportion:

The packing must be kept in good condition and the goods should be stored in a dry,cool and ventilated place.It should be separate from the cargo can burn and acid.It should avoid meeting water and moisture.It should give off the acetylene in iron drum before storing in warehouse. Rolling drums,heavy putting down and colliding are not allowed to avoid the spark leads to explosion.


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Q:Sodium bicarbonate is not an inorganic salt
Yes, organic refers to salts with carbon skeleton chains other than carbon and carbon oxides and carbonates, so sodium bicarbonate is an inorganic salt
Q:Can basal salt cause disease or illness?
the web page (below) discusses: Basal Salt Mixtures The use of balanced salt solution (BSS) in cell and tissue culture is generally attributed to early workers in the field. In 1885, Sydney Ringer developed a solution of inorganic salts designed to maintain contractility of mammalian heart tissue. A less specific salt solution was designed by Tyrode for use in work with primary mammalian cells. Tyrode's salt solution became the accepted fluid for diluting protein components of media of natural origin. Since that time, many other balanced salt solutions have been developed for use in cell and tissue culture. The current role of balanced salt solution in cell culture is multi-faceted and can be divided into four principle functions. see web page for extensive discussion on the good things about it
Q:What is the composition of inorganic salts?
Inorganic salts are mineral nutrients that are present in the body and in food
Q:Why are inorganic sodium salts much better soluble in ethanol than potassium salts?
The reason seems to be : - Ionization potential of pottasium is lower than that of sodium ,thereore potassium salts are more polar as compared to sodium salts; - Potassium being more reactive than the sodium reacts faster withbwater,
Q:What is the most important inorganic salt in plant growth?
The inorganic salts required by plants are nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium containing inorganic salts, and if any lack of plants will affect the normal growth of plants, nitrogen is a component of many important organic compounds in the body, such as protein, nucleic acid, chlorophyll , Enzymes, vitamins, alkaloids and some hormones contain nitrogen. Nitrogen is also the basis of genetic material in all organisms, the most important protein, it is often in the center of metabolic activity.Now is to limit the growth of plants and the formation of the primary Factor. It also has a significant effect on improving the quality of the product.K2 is dissolved in the plant juice, and its main function is related to the metabolism of the plant.The content of phosphorus in the plant is second only to nitrogen and potassium, Phosphorus plays an important role in plant nutrition. Almost all important organic compounds in plants contain phosphorus. Phosphorus is involved in photosynthesis, respiration, energy storage and delivery, cell division, cell enlargement and other processes in plants.
Q:Seaweed, kelp, shrimp and other seafood, the content is more of the kind of inorganic salts
Kelp more Oh
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:What to eat can promote the absorption of inorganic salts
The inorganic salt is required to enter the carrier in the cell membrane that requires the cell membrane
Q:What is the importance of the minor inorganic salts to living organisms?
Salts are the result of the association of cations and anions. Cations are usually metals like Calcium, Sodium, Potassium anions are ususally sulfates, phosphates, carbonates...... calcium carbonate and calcium phosphate are useful in making bone. Potassium Chloride is important in heart beat regulation Sodium Chloride is important in maintaining blood pressure. Carbonate is important in blood chemistry and the transfer of energy within a cell. all these salts are found in abundance in the ocean. If you follow evolution, those salts in the ocean have given rise to our own blood chemistry and organic health.
Q:What is the relationship between electronegativity and the solubility of a inorganic salts?
The higher the electronegativity, the stronger the acid would be... Therefore it would be more soluble. take NaCl (common table salt) as an example. The difference between Na's electronegativity and Cl's electronegativity is very high so NaCl is a very soluble salt. The only exception is HF - it is a weak acid - it dissociates very weakly because O-H bonds cannot break H-F bonds which are very strong.

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