Calcium Nitrate Construction Chemical Powder

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Calcium Nitrate Construction Chemical Powder

Technical standard : Q/140706CSC002-2005


Molecular Formula:Ca(NO3)2.4H2O
 
Molecular Weight:236.15  
 Calcium Nitrate Construction Chemical Powder
Property: 

Colorless transparent crystal,soluble in water, methanol, ethanol, in the air easily

flows angle, is the oxidant, the case of organic compounds, sulfur combustion and explosion that

occurred.


Use:  

Calcium nitrate mainly used in refrigerants, rubber coagulant, is also used in pyrotechnics,

tubes, available fertilizer.


Storage notes:

 Package avoid moisture,seal, shall not organic matter, sulfur mixed storage.

storage process to prevent rain and sun exposure.


Package: 

25/50KGwoven bags or packed according to the requirements of customers..

Calcium Nitrate Construction Chemical Powder
Quality Index:



                         Item

Index


Industrial Grade

Agricultural Grade

 content

≥99.0%

≥99.0%

PH value

5.0-7.0

5.0-7.0

Heavy metal

≤0.0005%

≤0.001%

Water insoluble

≤0.01%

≤0.02%

Sulphate

≤0.02%

≤0.02%

Iron

≤0.002%

≤0.01%

Chlorites

≤0.005%

≤0.005%

Calcium oxides content(CaO)

---

≥23.0%

 content(N)

---

≥11.7%

 

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:What is the use of inorganic salts and organic salts?
The organics are compounds containing carbon, and the inorganic salts are salts containing no carbon. For example, we usually eat sugar is organic matter, salt is inorganic salt.
Q:Why is the residue after burning known as coarse ash? And inorganic salt content What is the difference
There is no essential difference, the measurement method is different, so the result is different, the former is the burning method, which is the chemical method or instrument method
Q:What is inorganic salt
The distribution of inorganic salts in the body is extremely uneven. 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.
Q:Effect of Inorganic Salts on Viscosity
possible. The inorganic salt is dissolved in water to form positive and negative ions, and the ions of the micelles are extruded to make the solubility smaller and form an increase in the viscosity. With the increase in the amount of inorganic salt, it does not have the ability to dissolve in water, there is no micelles and the molecular state exists in the water, the liquid becomes thin ...
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...
Q:What is the risk of low inorganic salt?
Phosphorus into the body of phosphorus containing 750-800mg about 1% of body weight, mineral weight of 1/4. Of which 87.6% in the form of hydroxyapatite bone salt stored in the bones and teeth, 10% with protein, fat, sugar and other organic matter combined constitute soft tissue, the rest distributed in the muscle, skin, nerve tissue and other tissues and membranes Of the ingredients. Function Phosphorus is present in every cell of the human body, which is indispensable for bone growth, tooth development, renal function and nerve conduction. Phosphorus is a component of nucleic acids, phospholipids and certain enzymes, which promotes growth and tissue repair. It helps carbohydrate fat and protein utilization, regulates glycogen breakdown, and participates in energy metabolism. Phospholipids are the major components of the cell membrane, which are related to the permeability of the membrane. Phosphate can regulate the metabolism of vitamin D, to maintain the stability of calcium within the environment. Lack of disease  phosphorus deficiency when the mental confusion, cranial nerve palsy, transport disorders, muscle weakness, hypothyroidism, anorexia, joint stiffness, abnormal blood, urinary calcium increased. Typical cases  hyperphosphatemia, renal dysfunction, or hypoparathyroidism and hypothyroidism and other endocrine diseases can also occur. Too many symptoms  nerve excitement, tetany and convulsions. The physiological requirement of phosphorus is 12.3mg / kg / d. Calcium / phosphorus ratio in the 2: 1-1: 2 appropriate range. Food sources  food in the meat, fish, milk, beans and hard shells and other phosphorus more.
Q:After running the training is best to drink what drinks add inorganic salt
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Q:Where can I find a list of all inorganic salts?
That list is near endless. There are countless inorganic cations and organic groups that can combine with these ions. Pretty much every metallic element in the periodic table will form cations with bromide and chloride. Not sure about phosphate, but most metals will bind with it. Carbonate will be trickier, as some ions are too acidic and will decompose the carbonate (iron(III) is an example, and it will form the oxide instead, liberating CO2 in the process). Aside from simple elemental ions, there are also polyatomic cations (such as ammonium) and lots of complexes that will form compounds with these anions.
Q:Inorganic salt of the inorganic salt function
Participate in and maintain the metabolic activity of the organism.
Q:what is leading inorganic salt of nervous system?
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