Magnesium Nitrate Inorganic Salt Technical Grade

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Magnesium Nitrate


Product Name: Magnesium Nitrate


Molecular formula: Mg(NO3)2 6H2O


Molecular formula: 256.40

CAS NO.:10377-60-3

HS CODE: 28342990

UN NO.: 1474 5.1 class
Magnesium Nitrate Inorganic Salt Technical Grade

Physicochemical Properties:

 Magnesium nitrate hexahydrate is colorless
crystal of monoclinic system, It is soluble in water easily, and is able to
dissolve in methanol and alcohol. It is likely to spontaneously combust

if mixed with organic chemicals.


Uses:

Concentrated nitric acid as a dehydrating agent in the industrial manufacture of explosives,

the catalyst catalysts and other magnesium salts and nitrates in raw materials.

Soluble nitrogen magnesium fertilizers for soilless cultivation of fertilizer for agriculture.


Inspection ItemUnitInd. gradeAgr. grade
Assay98.0%98.0%
Water_insolubles0.05%0.1%
Iron0.001%---
Heavy Metal0.002%---
PH value 5-8---
MgO---15%
Nitrogen---10.7%


Packing: 

In 25/50kg net PP/PE bag or the demanding of customer.


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:People lack the inorganic salt will be what disease
magnesium deficiency can lead to nervous tension, emotional instability, muscle tremor and so on.
Q:What are these salts used for please?
HI I'M PNT. LITHIUM SULFATE is a white inorganic salt with the formula Li2SO4. It is used to treat bipolar disorder. It is soluble in water, though it does not follow the usual trend of solubility versus temperature — its solubility in water decreases with increasing temperature . This property is shared with few inorganic compounds, such as the lanthanoid sulfates. Lithium sulfate crystals, being piezoelectric, are also used in ultrasound-type non-destructive testing because they are very efficient sound generators. However they do suffer in this application because of their water solubility. ZINC NITRATE: Zinc nitrate (Zn(NO3)2) is a chemical compound used as a mordant in dyeing. It is also a source of zinc ions for chemistry. An example reaction gives a precipitate of zinc carbonate:Zn(NO3)2 + Na2CO3 → ZnCO3 + 2 NaNO3. Conditions/substances to avoid are: reducing agents, organic materials, metal powders, heat and flame, cyanides, sodium hypophosphite, tin(IV) chloride, phosphorus, thiocyanates, carbon, and sulfur. Its Relative Molecular Mass is 189. SODIUM PHOSPHATE: Sodium phosphate are forms of phosphorus, which is a naturally occurring substance that is important in every cell in the body. Sodium phosphate is used to treat constipation and to clean the bowel before surgery, x-rays, endoscopy, or other intestinal procedures. Sodium phosphate enemas are also used for general care after surgery and to help relieve impacted bowels. Sodium phosphate may also be used for other purposes not listed in this medication guide REGARDS, PNT.
Q:An inorganic salt is dissolved in water and yields a solution that has color. State the substance?
Many inorganic salts form colored solutions ..copper ( II) sulfate ( Blue ) nickel (II) acetate = green, mangaanse ( II) chloride = pink, iron(III) chloride = yellow, potassium dichromate, orange and so many more Can you be more specific ?
Q:Seaweed, kelp, shrimp and other seafood, the content is more of the kind of inorganic salts
Iodine is an important material for the synthesis of thyroid hormones, the body long-term iodine deficiency will affect the thyroid hormone synthesis and thyroid development, will be endemic goiter, that is, big neck disease. Kelp, seaweed and other marine algae are rich in iodine, so eat kelp, seaweed and other iodine-rich foods can prevent big neck disease
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:Is bromine an inorganic salt?
Bromine is an inorganic element & forms salts for e.g.with Sodium to form Sodium bromide. It's a highly corrosive liquid & dangerous to handle. It's made from mother liquor - liquid got after extraction of solar salt from highly cocentrated brine.
Q:What does salt form when it dissolves?
ions. depending on which kind of salt: NaCl -> Na+ + Cl-
Q:anybody here knows the difference of organic iron salt (ex. F.gluconate) vs inorganic (ex. F.sulfate)?
It it's organic, then the anion (the negative ion) is the conjugate base of an organic acid. If it's inorganic, then the original acid was inorganic (like H2SO4 making sulphates).
Q:The importance of water and inorganic salts to life is reflected in those aspects
The role of water: 1. as a good solvent to dissolve nutrients and metabolic wastes, involved in the metabolism of body fluids. 2. To provide the water environment required for cell survival. 3. As some of the reaction of raw materials, such as photosynthesis, protein hydrolysis . 4. Is divided into the combination of water and free water constitute the two major forms of cells. 5. Plant to help carry out the role of transpiration heat
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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