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R600a, also known as CARE® 10, is refrigerant grade Isobutane, a natural, or "not in kind", refrigerant suitable for use in a range of refrigeration applications.

1.Easy to evaporate

2.OEM is welcomed
3.Delivery within15 days
4.Disposable cylinder 30lb/13.6kg, 50lbs/22.7kg

Refrigerant can replace R12

Property of chloride

Formula:                         C4H10

Molecular weight:                  58.13

B.P., °C:                          -11.7

Critical temperature:                 135

Critical pressure, MPa:               3.65

Critical density, g/cm3:                     0.221

Density of saturated liquid25°C,g/cm3:   0.551

Specific heat of liquid,25°C,[KJ/(Kg·°C)]:2.38

Latent heat of evaporation at atm pressure,

KJ/Kg:                          362.6

ODP:                               0

GWP:                               3

Quality standard

Appearance:           colorless, no turbid

Odor:                      odorless

Purity, ≥%:                  99.5

Moisture, ≤%:                0.001

Acidity, ≤%:                 0.0001

Residue on evaporation, ≤%:    0.01

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Q:What are the derivatives of hydrocarbons?
In addition to the C and H elements, there are also one or more of O, X (halogen), N, S and other elements, such as methanol (CH3OH) learned from junior high school chemistry, (CH3Cl), nitrobenzene (C6H5NO2), and the like, which are mentioned in the previous chapter, are derivatives of hydrocarbons, such as ethanol (C2H5OH), acetic acid (CH3COOH)
Q:What is the hydrocarbon thing
Hydrocarbon, which is composed of two elements, consists of carbon and hydrogen. It is called a hydrocarbon and a hydrocarbon, which reacts with chlorine, bromine vapor, oxygen and so on. It does not react with strong acid, strong base, strong oxidizer (Such as: potassium permanganate) reaction, such as methane and chlorine in the light conditions of reaction to produce methyl chloride, dichloromethane, chloroform (chloroform) and tetrachloromethane (carbon tetrachloride) and other derivatives in the Hydrocarbon molecules in the carbon atoms connected to each other to form a carbon chain or carbon ring molecular skeleton, a certain number of hydrogen atoms attached to the carbon atoms, so that each carbon atom to maintain the price of the type of hydrocarbon is very much, the structure of known hydrocarbons More than 2,000 hydrocarbons are the parent of an organic compound. Other organic compounds can be seen as derivatives of one or more hydrogen atoms in the hydrocarbon molecule that are replaced by atoms or radicals of other elements. Word, is the use of "carbon" consonant with "hydrogen" vowel synthesis of a word, with "carbon" and "hydrogen" the composition of the internal structure of the word, the hydrocarbon is the parent of all organic compounds can be said that all Organic compounds are nothing but the result of replacing some of the atoms in the hydrocarbons with other atoms.
Q:The role of aromatic hydrocarbons
Two cases: First, the name of monocyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, usually benzene ring for the mother, alkyl as a substituent. Second, the structure is more complex aromatic hydrocarbons, usually based on the hydrocarbon base, benzene ring as a substituent. Xylene, 2-methyl-3-phenylpentane, diphenylmethane, etc. For the naming of multifunctional compounds, attention is given to the priority order of the functional groups. The priority is preceded by the parent, usually: cations, COOH SO2H, COOR, COCl, CONH2, CN, CHO, CO, OH, SH, NH2, alkynes, alkenes, ethers, X, NO2, etc. [2]
Q:Is the oxygen derivative of the hydrocarbon a non-methane total hydrocarbon?
Since it is a hydrocarbon, it is bound to be a hydrocarbon, and the oxygen derivative of the hydrocarbon is not a hydrocarbon! Therefore, even if the oxygen-containing derivative is volatile again, it is not a non-methane total hydrocarbon
Q:Simply talk about hydrocarbons
Hydrocarbon is a hydrocarbon compound. The organic compound consisting only of carbon and hydrogen is called a hydrocarbon and a hydrocarbon, which reacts with chlorine, bromine vapor, oxygen, etc. to produce a hydrocarbon derivative, Hydrocarbons (and benzene) do not react with strong acids, strong bases, strong oxidants (eg potassium permanganate), but unsaturated hydrocarbons (olefins, alkynes, benzene homologues) can be oxidized or react with hydrogen halide The
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:Does Organic Chemistry Study the Performance of Hydrocarbons and Their Derivatives?
Also study the structure and transformation
Q:Identification of Derivatives of Chemical Hydrocarbons in High School
Give you a formula: halogen water consumption, alcohol sodium oxygen consumption, phenolic acid picking, aldehyde plus oxidation.
Q:Why the silicon hydride less, a lot of hydrocarbons.
You know silane bar, SiH4, this thing will be spontaneous, very unstable
Q:What is organic compounds?
Organic matter is an abbreviation for organic compounds. At present, human beings know more than 900 million kinds of organic matter, the number is far more than inorganic.

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