R32 Refrigerant in 926L Cyl

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refrigerant R32

Physical properties
Molecular formulaCH2F2
Molecular weight52.02
Boiling point 101.3KPa(°C)-51.70
Freezing point 101.3KPa (°C)-136.00
Density 30°C(kg/m3)958.00
Critical temperature (°C)78.20
Critical pressure (MPa)5.80
ODP0.000
GWP0.06
Quality index
Purity≥99.90%
Water content≤0.001%
Acidity≤ 0.00001%
Evaporation residue≤ 0.01%
Chloride content
AppearanceColorless and clear
OdorOdorless
Application     HFC-32   is used as a special type of refrigerant or make blend refrigerants such as   R407, R410, R504.
PackingRefillable   cylinder—400L,800L,1000L
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Q:The problem of system naming of hydrocarbon derivatives
No, aldehyde is functional group, must be aldehyde for the mother. In addition, when the aldehyde group is a substituent, it is named as a formyl group.
Q:What is the difference between organic matter and inorganic matter?
Organic matter that organic compounds. Carbon compounds (carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, carbonates, metal carbides and other rare carbon compounds excluded) or hydrocarbons and their derivatives in general. Organic matter is the material basis for life.
Q:Why not ah?
A series of compounds in which a hydrogen atom in a hydrocarbon molecule is replaced by another atom or radical is called a derivative of a hydrocarbon
Q:Organic organic compounds are organic matter?
Organic polymer compounds are organic matter
Q:What is the organic compound in high school chemistry?
Organic matter that organic compounds. Carbon compounds (carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, carbonates, metal carbides, cyanide excluded) or hydrocarbons and their derivatives in general. Organic matter is the material basis for life. 【Features】 Most organic compounds mainly contain carbon and hydrogen elements, in addition often contain oxygen, nitrogen, sulfur, halogen, phosphorus and so on. Part of the organic matter from the plant sector, but the vast majority of oil, natural gas, coal as raw materials, through artificial synthesis method. Compared with inorganic substances, the number of organic matter, up to several million kinds. The carbon atoms of the organic compound have a very strong ability to bind to each other to form a carbon or carbocyclic ring. The number of carbon atoms can be 1,2, it can be thousands, tens of thousands, many organic polymer compounds can even have hundreds of thousands of carbon atoms. In addition, the isotopic phenomenon of organic compounds is very common, which is the cause of many organic compounds
Q:Hydrocarbons and hydrocarbon derivatives are not all non-electrolytes
Hydrocarbons are, derivatives are not necessarily, such as organic acids (formic acid, acetic acid, etc.)
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:What are the characteristics of organic compounds?
Organic compounds are usually referred to as carbon-containing compounds, or hydrocarbon-containing compounds and their derivatives are collectively referred to as organic matter. Organic compounds are generally insoluble in water and soluble in organic solvents with lower melting points. The vast majority of organic matter heat easily decomposed, easy to burn. The reaction of organic matter is generally slow and often accompanied by side effects, and there are many kinds of organic compounds, which can be divided into two major categories of hydrocarbon and hydrocarbon derivatives. According to the organic groups contained in the functional groups, divided into alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, aromatic hydrocarbons and alcohols, aldehydes, carboxylic acids, esters and so on. According to the organic carbon molecular structure, can also be divided into open chain compounds, carbocyclic compounds and heterocyclic compounds three categories.
Q:What are the gaseous states of the oxygen-containing derivatives of the hydrocarbons under the standard conditions?
Oxygenated derivatives are: methyl ether, methyl ethyl ether, formaldehyde, ethylene oxide;
Q:What is the isomeric structure of oxygen-containing derivatives?
Play the Transformers. As long as the same molecular formula, you can group out how many different structures, there are a number of isomers.

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