Pine Oil with High Quality and Lower Price 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:Does the apple contain inorganic salts and vitamins?
Yes, the fruit is rich in these two nutrients, especially apples
Q:What are the effects of inorganic salts on plant growth?
In addition to these three types of inorganic salts, plants also require many types of inorganic salts. Among them, the demand for some inorganic salts is very small, but they are in the life of the plant also plays a very important role. For example, the lack of inorganic salts containing Fe, fruit trees will be yellow leaf disease; lack of inorganic salts containing B, rape will be "flowers and not real" (only flowering fruit).
Q:Inorganic salts are not nutritious
Nutritional substances are sugar protein fat three nutrients
Q:What cells produce the collagen and inorganic salts of bone matrix?
Inorganic Salts In Bone
Q:give me examples of organic, inorganic, acid, base, salt.?
Organic acids: acetic acid(vinegar), oxalic acid. citric acid(lemon), butaric acid, propionic acid. Inorganic Acids: Hydrochloric acid, nitric acid, sulfuric acid, phosphoric acid, hydrobromic acid. Bases: sodium hydroxide, potassium hydroxide, calcium hydroxide, ammonia, magnesium hydroxide. salts: table salt (sodium chloride), potassium fluoride, barium sulfate, magnesium bromide
Q:Trace Minerals Advice?: Just read somewhere that dehydrated sea salt trace minerals are inorganic, and?
All trace minerals are "inorganic". That's what a mineral is. What the article means is that they are inorganic in the sense that the supplements just have mineral compouds, rather than being derived from a food source. That doesn't make them indigestible, but it can mean they aren't as readily absorbed. Vitamins and minerals are ALWAYS absorbed better when derived from food sources, such as eating a balanced diet, then they are by popping a supplement with a mineral compound in it. But if you need supplements, I don't know if there's such a striking difference between regular mineral supplements or "plant-based" whole food supplements. I don't doubt that whole food plant supplements are probably better, but I don't know that they're better to the degree that it makes the regular supplements "terrible". The best source is STILL diet.
Q:What are organic and inorganic salts?
An organic salt is a salt containing an organic ion ( carbon atoms ) The reaction product of an organic acid and an inorganic base, for example, sodium acetate (CH3COONa) from the reaction of acetic acid (CH3COOH) and sodium hydroxide (NaOH). The Organic ion, here, is CH3COO- Inorganic compounds come principally from mineral sources of non-biological origin. The modern definition of inorganic compounds often includes all metal-containing compounds, even those found in living systems. So, Inorganic salts are salts of such elements (salts that don't contain carbon atoms) For eg: NaCl, KCl, BaCl2, Al2SO4, etc
Q:What is an inorganic salt?
Encyclopedia is defined as: inorganic salts that inorganic compounds in the salt
Q:What kinds of inorganic salts are required for plant growth
According to the study, three essential conditions for determining the essential nutrient elements of the plant are: (1) This element is essential for the vegetative growth and reproductive growth of the plant. When it is completely absent, the plant can not complete its life cycle; The need for such elements is specific, other elements can not replace its role, the lack of plants will be a special lack of symptoms, only to meet this element, the symptoms will be eliminated; ⑧ this element must be in the plant from the body Direct effect, not just to improve the plant growth environment indirect role.
Q:The inorganic portion of bone tissue is made of what complex mineral salt ?
hydroxyapatite - Ca10(PO4)6.(OH)2 - which covers the calcium and phosphorous that are needed for bone development And just so you know, plants don't have "bones" - your question was posted in Botany.

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