Sell Magnesium Fluorosilicate, good qualtiy

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It is used as hardening agent and waterproof agent for concrete to improve rigid it yand intensity,in handling fluoride efflorescence of silica building,in ceramic industry. It prevents and kills off insect pests from textile. It is used as insecticide etc. 


Magnesium Fluorosilicate     98%min 
Silicon dioxide                          0.05%max 
Fluoride acid                             0.2% max 
Magnesium sulphate              0.5% max 
Water                                          0.6% max 
Magnesium fluoride                0.15% max 
Water-insoluble matter           0.25% max 

 

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Valid Until2015/12/31

 

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Q:Which minerals is richest source of Inorganic Salts ?
Minerals are inorganic salts - eg.potassium nitrate - absorbed by plants from soil - a good source of inorganic nitrogen and potassium.
Q:Will a potassium ion from the inorganic salt KBr attach to NH2 at the end of a carbon chain?
The amine will certainly coordinate to K+, but the interaction is not very strong and hydrogen bonding from water will compete efficiently. Also, if your amine is soluble in water, you are not going to be able to isolate it by turning it into the corresponding ammonium salt.
Q:Chemical formula The longest inorganic salt
The primary stage on the salt, acid salt and so on
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:What is the importance of the minor inorganic salts to living organisms?
Salts are the result of the association of cations and anions. Cations are usually metals like Calcium, Sodium, Potassium anions are ususally sulfates, phosphates, carbonates...... calcium carbonate and calcium phosphate are useful in making bone. Potassium Chloride is important in heart beat regulation Sodium Chloride is important in maintaining blood pressure. Carbonate is important in blood chemistry and the transfer of energy within a cell. all these salts are found in abundance in the ocean. If you follow evolution, those salts in the ocean have given rise to our own blood chemistry and organic health.
Q:Eat what food can add inorganic salt
Most of the food contains inorganic salts, the so-called inorganic salts, also known as minerals or ash. Minerals are naturally occurring compounds or natural elements in the crust. There are about 50 kinds of minerals in the human body, although they in the human body only 4% of body weight, but it is an essential part of the organism. According to their content in the body how much can be divided into constant elements and trace elements two categories. The body is actually composed of various elements (macro and trace). Many of these mineral elements are essential components of the enzyme, which can regulate a variety of physiological functions (such as maintaining osmotic pressure, oxygen transport, muscle contraction, nervous system integrity), but also tissue and bone growth and maintenance necessary. Some (such as calcium, phosphorus, sodium, magnesium, sulfur, chloride) content is large, while others are only trace. Human essential trace elements are cobalt (such as vitamin B12), copper, fluorine, iodine, iron, zinc, chromium, selenium, manganese, molybdenum In terms of its impact on experimental animals, nickel, tin and arsenic should also be considered necessary. Most minerals (except zinc) are widely distributed in a variety of foods and can be fully supplemented by balanced and diversified diets. However, there is a need for additional supplements to patients who have been relying on intravenous nutrition for long periods of time, infants and older persons, or because of the lack of regionalities caused by soil and water quality.
Q:The content of inorganic salts in the body
Inorganic salts are inorganic compounds in the salt, formerly known as minerals, the body has found more than 20 species, including constant elements of iron, zinc, selenium, molybdenum, chromium, cobalt, iodine 8. If you pay attention to diet diversification, eat Animal fat, eat brown rice, corn and other coarse grains, do not eat too much refined flour, can make the body of inorganic salt to maintain the normal level should be.
Q:Is the conduction of excitement on neurons related to inorganic salts?
Neurons, also known as nerve cells, constitute the basic unit of the nervous system structure and function.
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:Sodium bicarbonate is not an inorganic salt
Yes, organic refers to salts with carbon skeleton chains other than carbon and carbon oxides and carbonates, so sodium bicarbonate is an inorganic salt

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