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Polyaluminium chloride PAC 30%min

1. Features of polyaluminium chloride
a. highest grade raw materials
b. light yellow powder
c. Low heavy metal

d. High AL2O3, 30% min
2. Specification of polyaluminium chloride

Industrial water grade:

Properties: sandy beige fine powder use spray drying technology.

Usages: The product is widely used for industrial water and wastewater treatment, such as those containing radioactive substances, lead (Pb + +) chromium (Cr + + +) highly toxic heavy metals and fluoride (F) sewage. In addition, also use in precision casting, paper, leather, etc.

Item

Specification guaranteed

AL2O3 % Min

30

Basicity 8%

50-90

Max. water insoluble %

0.05

PH value(1% content in water)

3.5-5.0

Drinkable water treatment:

Properties: Lemon yellow fine powder use spray drying technology.

Usages:The product is widely used for drinking water treatment, also use in precision casting, paper, leather, etc.


Item

Specification guaranteed

AL2O3 % Min

30

Basicity %

70-85

Max. water insoluble %

0.1

PH value

3.5-5.0

Fe, %, ≤

0.2

As, %, ≤

0.0002

Mn, %, ≤

0.0075

Cr 6+ %, ≤

0.0005

Hg %, ≤

0.00001

Pb %, ≤

0.001

Cd %, ≤

0.0002

Milk white PAC

Properties: White fine powder use spray drying technology.

Usages: Mainly used for portable water, urban sewage purification; in food processing industry, it's mainly used as sugar decolorization clarifying agent; as sizing auxiliary in paper mills; For cloth anti-creasing

Item

Specification guaranteed

AL2O3 % Min

30

Basicity %

40-60

Max. water insoluble %

0.01

PH value

3.5-5.0

Fe, %, ≤

0.2

As, %, ≤

0.0002

Mn, %, ≤

0.0075

Cr 6+ %, ≤

0.0005

Hg %, ≤

0.00001

Pb %, ≤

0.001

Cd %, ≤

0.0002

3. Packing of polyaluminium chloride

20kg / 25kg / 900kg / 1000kg  Plastic Bag




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Q:What fruit contains more minerals?
Papaya, also known as melon. Fruit before immature, if the knife in the fruit on a knife, it will flow out of white milk, it is also known as the melon. Papaya sweet taste, which in addition to rich sugar, but also contains vitamin A , B vitamins, vitamin C and iron, calcium, organic acids, cellulose and other nutrients. Among them, β-carotene and vitamin C content is particularly high, which is 20 times the apple, they are natural antioxidants, can Effectively prevent the cold and prevent the synthesis of carcinogenic nitrosamines, but note that the cooked papaya, β-carotene, B vitamins and vitamin C is almost completely destroyed, and no health care.
Q:The exact definition of mineral salt?
Definition Of Mineral
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:What are the disadvantages of inorganic salt deficiency and too much
hyperphosphatemia, can cause secondary hyperparathyroidism, calcium and phosphorus deposition changes, vitamin D metabolic disorders, an important factor in renal bone disease, and coronary artery, heart valve calcification and other serious cardiovascular complications;
Q:List the major electrolytes released by inorganic salts when placed in water and explain how these electrolyte?
Which "inorganic salts" are you talking about? There are hundreds!
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:Does the inorganic salt affect the gpc molecular weight results?
GPC determination of molecular weight through the column when the molecular size of the molecular peak, the molecular weight of the early comparison of the peak, that is relatively large molecules in the GPC pillars can not pass, pass the molecules were detected out of the peak, This molecular weight is not absolute, since the GPC determination is actually the size of the molecule rather than the size of the molecule, and of course it is also possible to approximate the molecular weight of the molecular weight of the molecule. Large; exactly how their relationship, with GPC can not be determined, only through the standard liquid molecular weight to compare, this result is relative, not absolute.
Q:Does the lack of inorganic salts cause convulsions?
The lack of important substances in the salt body is indeed the use of salt to protect the health of important substances than the calcium and phosphorus main body bone calcium blood coagulation muscle contraction and nerve cell regulation very important phosphorus calcium with the same function of food are preserved phosphorus body lack of calcium muscle spasms Can be rash dyspnea gastrointestinal paralysis and other body no phosphorus calcium calcium phosphate can be used to make bone calcium and phosphorus with a reasonable reason to play its role in the use of salt my body's non-essential body about 50 grams of salt according to 0 --- 2 5 grams To follow the excreta outside the body need to be added or otherwise the body of the production capacity of the body is extremely lack of salt can be fainting disease to speed up or even cause muscle weakness in the iron content and its role is not important in vivo iron deficiency anemia and other iron deficiency
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 foods contain inorganic salts?
Kelp, jellyfish, seaweed, moss; bones, soy products, lean meat, animal liver, brown rice

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