Refrigerant R143a Gas

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30lb/13.6kg R143a Refrigerant
1.R143a of all specificationgs
2.purity 99.8%
3.reasonable price

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Packaging Detail:Recyclable cylinder 400L(>=3.01mpa),926L, ISO-Tank
Delivery Detail:within 20 days

R143a

Product:trifluoromethane R143a

Property of chloride :
Molecular Weight84.04
Boiling Point, °C-47.4
Critical Temperature, °C73.15
Critical Pressure, Mpa3.76
Specific Heat of Liquid, 30°C, [KJ/(kg°C)]1.13
ODP0
GWP0.38

PackingRecyclable cylinder 400L(>=3.01mpa),926L, ISO-Tank

Versions:                        

Netural; OEM                                                                  

Quality standard :
Purity, %≥99.8
Moisture, PPm≤10
Acidity, PPm≤0.1
Vapor Residue, PPm≤100
AppearanceColorless, No turbid
OdorNo Strange Stench

Application:

Usede as Refrigerant, An important component of R502's replacemnet


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Q:Are all carbon compounds all organic?
Not organic matter that is 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:The aromatic hydrocarbon derivative refers to monocyclic or polycyclic
To see what is the derivative of aromatic hydrocarbons, by its own is a single ring or multi-ring decision
Q:Why does the molecular atom compound do not belong to the life structure
Life structure is composed of CHO as the main element through the covalent bond of the combination of hydrocarbons and their derivatives, and you said the molecular atomic compounds are usually atomic or ionic bond
Q:Is the number of hydrogen atoms in the hydrocarbon or hydrocarbon derivative molecule be even
The number of hydrogen atoms in the hydrocarbon must be even.
Q:What are the oxygen consumption of the oxygen-containing derivatives of the mass hydrocarbons?
For this comparison, you can see the experimental formula of this material, a C corresponds to an oxygen, 4 H corresponds to an oxygen, the experimental consumption of oxygen up, then under the same quality conditions, the greater the oxygen consumption of this material
Q:What is the reason why the battery's energy density is much lower than the hydrocarbon?
The battery is carrying the oxidant, and the hydrocarbon is the air as an oxidant direct reaction, which is less than the rocket engine than the jet engine than the reasons for the red.
Q:What is carbohydrate? What is organic? What is it?
Carbohydrates, also known as carbohydrates, are the most abundant and most widely distributed organic compounds in nature. Mainly by the carbon, hydrogen, oxygen composition. Glucose, sucrose, starch and cellulose all belong to carbohydrates.
Q:What are the inorganic compounds
The inorganic compound is a compound other than an organic compound. Organic compounds are organic matter containing C (carbon), in addition to CO2, carbonated, carbonate-containing.
Q:Chemical life network: chemical (inorganic reaction, organic reaction) is equal to the life of life reaction?
Inorganic chemistry is the science of the composition, nature, structure and reaction of inorganic substances. It is the oldest branch of chemistry. All inorganic substances include all chemical elements and their compounds, except for most of the carbon compounds (except for carbon dioxide, Carbon monoxide, carbon disulfide, carbonates and other simple carbon compounds are still inorganic substances, the rest are organic matter.
Q:What is the difference between an aromatic compound and a hydrocarbon derivative?
The aromatic compound is a benzene ring containing compound, which may be a hydrocarbon or a hydrocarbon derivative. Hydrocarbons are hydrocarbon-containing compounds, and hydrocarbons containing hydrocarbons other than hydrocarbons are derivatives of hydrocarbons. The two concepts have crossed.

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