Pine Oil with Cheap Price and High Purity and Fast Delivery

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1.  Structure of Pine Oil Description:

CAS NO.: 8002-09-3

MF: C10H17OH

PURITY:

Purity: 45% 50% 70% 80%

Packing&Delievery: 170kg/iron drum (Capacity of per 20'FCL: 80 drums,totally 13.6mt per container)

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2.     Main Features of Pine Oil:

 The pine oil is widely used in the flotation of various metallic and non-metallic minerals. It is mainly used in the flotation of various sulfide ores,such as lead,copper,zinc,and iron sulfide,and non-sulfide minerals. It exhibits some collecting properties,especially for readily floatable minerals such as talc,graphite,sulphur,molybdenite and coal etc.The froth produced by pine oil is more persistent than that produced by other frothers.As a good foaming agent of non-ferrous metals,has been widely used both at home and abroad,with low foam,high concentrate grade,strong adaptability,fine and dense foam and the foaming speed and defoaming speed is fast,easy operation,no impact on subsequent flotation and is appropriate the separation of polymetallicore.

 

3.Pine Oil Images

4.Pine Oil Specification

Item

50%

65%

70%

85%

Appearance

Slight-yellowish or brown-yellowish oil-shape liquid.

Color and state( Max).

6

    6

   6

   6

Content of water (Max).

   0.7

     0.7 

   0.7

   0.7

Total acid value (Min)

   50 

     65 

   70

   85

Gravity

0.866

0.90-0.92

0.90-0.92

0.92-0.94

Distillation range(°C)

168-230°C

170-225°C

170-225°C

190-225°C

Impurities(MAX)

0.5%

0.5%

0.5%

0.5%

PH value

5-7

5-7

5-7

5-7

 Impurity( Max).

0.5

0.5

0.3

0.3

 

5.FAQ

1)How many tons does your factory  can supply each moth?

  30000tons/month

2)How to quarantee the quality of the products?

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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:Can basal salt cause disease or illness?
the web page (below) discusses: Basal Salt Mixtures The use of balanced salt solution (BSS) in cell and tissue culture is generally attributed to early workers in the field. In 1885, Sydney Ringer developed a solution of inorganic salts designed to maintain contractility of mammalian heart tissue. A less specific salt solution was designed by Tyrode for use in work with primary mammalian cells. Tyrode's salt solution became the accepted fluid for diluting protein components of media of natural origin. Since that time, many other balanced salt solutions have been developed for use in cell and tissue culture. The current role of balanced salt solution in cell culture is multi-faceted and can be divided into four principle functions. see web page for extensive discussion on the good things about it
Q:How to isolate the effects of inorganic salts on enzyme solubility
The effect of inorganic salts on the solubility of the enzyme was studied. The inorganic raw materials were pretreated with inorganic salts to separate the solid-liquid phase, and some of the lignin and hemicellulose were dissolved, and the sulfuric acid and the inorganic salt were added to the cotton Treatment, thereby improving the enzymatic hydrolysis efficiency. Using different amounts of sulfuric acid
Q:Are there any differences between minerals and inorganic salts?
There are differences, some minerals exist in organic matter, and some minerals are inorganic salts. Inorganic salts are inorganic.
Q:would heterotrophic organism grow well in inorganic salt media? why or why not?
No. Heterotrophs get energy from the environment in the form of chemical bonds within organic molecules (such as glucose). An inorganic salt medium would not supply the needed organic molecules. Your heterotroph would starve.
Q:Why is sodium chloride(salt) an inorganic compound?
This is because NaCl does not contain Carbon. It is usually compounds that contain Carbon which can be considered ORGANIC compounds. :)
Q:Do inorganic mercury salts bioaccumulate?
Yes they do bioaccumulate. Mercury builds up for years and years, and eventually sits in a residue of pure mercury. - JJ
Q:What is the difference between organic salt and inorganic salt?
Organic and inorganic chemistry are subdisciplines within chemistry. In organic chemistry, scientific study is concentrated towards carbon compounds and other carbon-based compounds such as hydrocarbons and their derivatives. Read more: www.differencebetween.net/science...
Q:Is the inorganic salt the same as the saline?
Saline is sodium chloride solution, most people use the point is 0.9%.
Q:The inorganic salt is composed of?
Inorganic salts are the general term for various inorganic salts. They are composed of inorganic acid radicals and metal cations or ammonium salts, mainly salts of organic acid salts, such as sodium chloride, potassium chloride and so on.

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