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Appearance: white or slight gray granular, powder, tablet
For bleaching purpose of wood pulp, silk, cloth and fibre.
Disinfection and water-treatment.
Disinfectant for chemical poisonous and radioactive substance.
Water disinfection: 1ppm, by dissolving 1.7g of bleaching powder
Decomposes at 100°C
Solubility in other solvents
21 g/100 ml (25°C)
Calcium hypochlorite is a chemical compound with formula Ca ( Cl O ) 2 . It is widely used for water treatment and as a bleaching agent (bleaching powder). This chemical is considered to be relatively stable and has greater available chlorine than sodium hypochlorite (liquid bleach).
Product Name: Calcium Hypochlorite
Nacl /sodium chloride
Chlorine lose on stability test:
Granular, powder, tablet
White or offwhite
Advantages of our products:
1)High effective chlorine content
2)Particularly good stability, can be stored for long time under normal temperature, little efficiency content loss
3)High solubility, easily dissolve in water to form high concentrate bleaching solution with little undissolved substance
- Q:Liver cancer diet should pay attention to what issues?
- Inorganic salts: minerals. Nutritionists divide inorganic salts into two categories: constant elements such as calcium, sodium, potassium, phosphorus, iron and the like; trace elements such as selenium, zinc, iodine, copper, manganese and germanium. Scientists have found that selenium, magnesium, copper, magnesium, iron and other minerals have anti-cancer effect. Liver cancer patients should eat more foods containing anti-cancer trace elements such as garlic, mushrooms, asparagus, corn, seaweed, seaweed, seaweed, clams, sea fish, egg yolk, brown rice, beans, whole wheat flour, nuts, pumpkin, , Kohlrabi and animal liver, kidney and ginseng, medlar, yam, Ganoderma lucidum and so on.
- Q:Which crop feet can provide C N inorganic salts for fungal growth
- Plant growth requires a variety of inorganic salts, which require the most is nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium containing inorganic salts. If a lack of some inorganic salts, plants can not grow normally. Kind of crops need fertilization, farm manure contains organic matter, the microbial decomposition of the soil will produce a large number of inorganic salts for plant growth and utilization, the role of fertilizer is to provide a variety of plant growth of inorganic salts. Therefore, in agricultural production, the application of fertilizer and farm manure is intended to provide a variety of inorganic salts for crops.
- Q:Anyone familiar with GC? Is it safe to put an alcohol + inorganic salt water mix into a GC?
- Do not let salts enter the GC. You will have to perform an extraction step and run that. Salts can precipitate in the column or degrade into reactive species that can corrode the GC. Water is OK since it will not destroy the column (I've run aqueous solutions before), but salts are not.
- Q:Why is sodium chloride(salt) an inorganic compound?
- For the best answers, Organic chemistry, branch of chemistry dealing with the compounds of carbon. While it is only the fourteenth most common element on earth, carbon forms by far the greatest number of different compounds. Organic chemistry is of vital importance to the petrochemical, pharmaceutical, and textile industries, where a prime concern is the synthesis of new organic molecules and polymers. Compounds containing only hydrogen and carbon, of which there are many thousands, are called hydrocarbons; the simplest is methane (CH4). In general, a particular type of organic compound, such as an alcohol, aldehyde, ether, or ketone, is identified by the presence of a characteristic functional group of atoms. The functional group is the part of the molecule most responsible for its particular chemical nature. Organic compounds containing nitrogen are of great importance in biochemistry. They generally contain the amine group (NH2). Molecules containing both the NH2 and COOH groups are called amino acids and are the building blocks of proteins AND Sodium azide is the inorganic compound with the formula NaN3. This colourless azide salt is the gas-forming component in many car airbag systems. It is used for the preparation of other azide compounds. It is an ionic substance and is highly soluble in water. It is extremely toxic. Hydrazine is an organic compound without carbon. Carbon di oxide is a inorganic compound with carbon
- Q:How much of the body's inorganic salts account for the weight of the body?
- The inorganic salts in the human body account for about 5%
- Q:Is iodized salt inorganic or organic?
- A salt, by definition, is the product of a reaction between an acid & a Base. As Imrul has said, if it has a carbon, it's Organic. The Iodine is from the base, so the other part would have to be from the acid, a metallic one at that. As there's no more clear informatiom, you must take it as Inorganic.
- Q:What foods contain zinc-containing inorganic salts
- 1st: oysters (71.2 / 100g / 100g)
- Q:Inorganic salt of the inorganic salt function
- Some inorganic salts are an important part of some of the complex compounds in the cell.
- Q:How does inorganic salts maintain osmotic pressure and pH
- Osmotic pressure to the concentration of inorganic salts affect the distribution of water molecules inside and outside the cell ~ to adjust the osmotic pressure, when the extracellular fluid concentration is greater than the intracellular fluid when the performance of water loss, otherwise the water.
- Q:How long will it take for epsom salt to be incorporated into a plants rate of photosynthesis when addedto soil?
- Magnesium sulfate (or magnesium sulphate) is an inorganic salt (chemical compound) containing magnesium, sulfur and oxygen, with the formula MgSO4. It is often encountered as the heptahydrate sulfate mineral epsomite (MgSO4·7H2O), commonly called Epsom salt, Magnesium is part of the chlorophyll in all green plants and essential for photosynthesis. It also helps activate many plant enzymes needed for growth. Rate of photosynthesis does not depend upon any single factor . so it is futile to expect it should increase after addition of epsom salt to soil in solution form . Because first it should be incorporated in chlorophyll molecule . That depends upon formation of new leaves . Old leaves already have it ( formula of chlrophyll a = C55 H72 O5 N4 mg ) That is the requirement is just one atom per molecule . what to do with excess ? Unless the soil is deficient in Mg . It it useless to add it . soil pH is another factor to be considered = Soil pH (a measure of the acidity or alkalinity of the soil) Soil pH is one of the most important soil properties that affects the availability of nutrients. Macronutrients tend to be less available in soils with low pH. Micronutrients tend to be less available in soils with high pH. www.ncagr.gov/cyber/kidswrld/plan...
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