Fire Extinguishing Agent R125a

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Refrigerant R125a, it is an important component of mixed working substance, and can replace R502 and R22. Used as fire-extinguishing agent, can replace Halon1211 and Halon1301.

Property of chloride

Formula:                      CHF2CF3

Molecular weight:                120.0

B.P.,°C:                         -48.3

Critical temperature,°C:             66.05

Critical pressure, MPa:              3.59

Critical density, g/cm3:              0.571

Liquid density, 25°C,g/cm3:          1.19

Vaporization heat at B.P., KJ/Kg:      165

ODP(CFC-11=1):                  0

QWP(CO2=1):                    3500


Quality standard

Appearance:           Colorless, no turbid

Odor:                       Odorless

Purity, ≥%:                 99.8

Water, ≤%:                 0.001

Acidity, ≤%:                0.0001

Residue on evaporation, ≤%:   0.001


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Packaging Detail:800kg, 1000kg, ISO tank.
Delivery Detail:15days

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Q:The functional group of the derivative of the hydrocarbon
Common functional groups are: carbon-carbon double bond, -OH-COOH-CHO-NH2, often react, replace (including halogenation, nitration, sulfonation, esterification, hydrolysis, etc.), addition, elimination, addition polymerization , Organic matter oxidation and reduction, color and so on.
Q:Why artemisinin and its derivatives in the molecular structure of a peroxide chain, the chemical properties are more stable?
Heated to more than sixty degrees on the decomposition of things how to say that stability ...
Q:Ionic compounds, covalent compounds, electrolytes, non-electrolytes, which are both compounds and inorganic compounds
An ionic compound consisting of a cation and an anion. Active metals (such as sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, etc.) and active non-metallic (such as fluorine, chlorine, oxygen, sulfur, etc.) when the combination of active metal loss of electrons to form positively charged cations (such as Na +, K +, Ca2 + (Such as F-, Cl-, O2-, S2-, etc.), cations and anions are formed by electrostatic interactions to form ionic compounds. For example, sodium chloride is an ionic compound consisting of positively charged sodium ions (Na +) and negatively charged chloride ions (Cl-). Many bases (such as NaOH, KOH, Ba (OH) 2, etc.) and salts (such as CaCl2, KNO3, CuSO4, etc.) are ionic compounds. The total number of positive charges in the cationic compound is equal to the total number of negative charges carried by the anion, and the whole compound is electrically neutral. Most ionic compounds can not be conductive in solid (or crystalline), while their aqueous or molten state can be conductive. The ionic compounds generally have a higher melting point and higher boiling point, higher hardness, crisp and difficult to compress, and the highly volatile ionic compounds are linked by ionic bonds, without independent structures, such as sodium chloride.
Q:Identification of Derivatives of Chemical Hydrocarbons in High School
Phenol and ferric chloride reaction, aldehyde and copper hydroxide will produce brick red precipitation, and the formation of silver diamine hydroxide silver phase precipitation, and there are aldehydes in formic acid, an aldehyde corresponding to two silver Generation, and formaldehyde can be seen as there are two aldehyde groups, can be generated corresponding to the four silver quality.
Q:Why is dry ice not organic?
Inorganic compounds are pure metals that do not contain carbon and a collection of simple carbon compounds such as carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, carbonates, carbonates and carbides.
Q:Is the oxygen derivative of the hydrocarbon a non-methane total hydrocarbon?
Hydrocarbon derivatives of hydrocarbons do not belong to non-methane total hydrocarbons
Q:What is the difference between an aromatic compound and a hydrocarbon derivative?
The aromatic compound is a benzene ring containing compound, which may be a hydrocarbon or a hydrocarbon derivative. Hydrocarbons are hydrocarbon-containing compounds, and hydrocarbons containing hydrocarbons other than hydrocarbons are derivatives of hydrocarbons. The two concepts have crossed.
Q:Hydrocarbon and hydrocarbon derivatives system information! The
Hydrocarbon derivatives
Q:What are the gaseous states of the oxygen-containing derivatives of the hydrocarbons under the standard conditions?
Oxygenated derivatives are: methyl ether, methyl ethyl ether, formaldehyde, ethylene oxide;
Q:What is the isomeric structure of oxygen-containing derivatives?
Play the Transformers. As long as the same molecular formula, you can group out how many different structures, there are a number of isomers.

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