Soda Ash Dense99.2% with High Quality with 25kg Packing and Cheap Price

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1.Structure of Soda Ash Description:

1.CAS NO.: 15630-89-4
2.Type: coated and uncoated
3.Application: Bleaching, sterilization
4.Better than Sodium Perborate

Sodium percarbonate is a chemical, an adduct of sodium carbonate and hydrogen peroxide (a perhydrate), with formula 2Na2CO3· 3H2O2. It is a colorless, crystalline, hygroscopic and water-soluble solid. It is used in some eco-friendly cleaning products and as a laboratory source of anhydrous hydrogen peroxide.

This product contains the carbonate anion, and should not be confused with sodium peroxocarbonate Na2CO4 or peroxodicarbonate Na2C2O6, which contain different anions

2. Main Features of Soda Ash:

1. It is a granulated powder – which can be nice for scrubbing stains and stuck-on-gunk off of dishes. Think of scouring powder, but made out of hydrogen peroxide. It can be made into a paste, too, and used on tile grout and tough stains.

2. It is easy to carry around -- say, to a laundromat – because of its dry powder form. In fact, laundry products are one of the big applications of sodium percarbonate.

3. It’s cheap. Really cheap: a few dollars for a little tub of it. The recommended amounts are small, it is very concentrated.

4. It is easier to ship than 35% peroxide, since it is not a “hazardous material” for shipping purposes, at least in small quantities. (This is confusing – I’ve seen at least one source that does ship larger quantities, over a couple of pounds, as a hazardous material. I’m not convinced that this is a general practice. I think it is generally shipped as usual, not as a hazardous material. I'm thinking that "pure" sodium percarbonate requires hazardous materials shipping. I'll update this when I know for sure what the distinction is.)

5. It is less likely to splash and spill than liquid peroxide, so it is safer to work with. One does still need to be careful with it, but mostly once it is mixed into water.


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4.Soda Ash Specification


Soda Ash Dense

Soda Ash Light



Total alkali(quality fraction of Na2CO3 dry basis) 

99.2% min

99.2% min

NaCI (quality fraction of NaCI dry basis)

0.70% max

0.70% max

Fe quality fraction (dry basis)

0.0035% max

0.0035% max

Sulfate(quality fraction of SO4 dry basis)

0.03% max

0.03% max

Water-fast substance in quality fraction

0.03% max

0.03% max

Accumulation density(g/ml)

0.90% min

Particle size, 180 µ m sieving residue

70.0% min



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


2)How to quarantee the quality of the products?

  you can arrange SGS&BV or other quality inspection.

3)How many days you need to pepare the cargo after we made the order?

  within 30 days.


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Q:Is calcium carbide inactive?
Calcium carbide, the chemical formula for the CaC2, not inorganic salts. Salt refers to the metal ions and acid ions of the compound, calcium carbide does not have the corresponding acid.
Q:What is alkali?
What is the alkali is the ionic compound, the ionization of the anion is hydroxide (OH-), in fact, the oxygen ion acid root (which can compare sulfur and sulfur), and the anion contains only hydroxide. (Such as LiOH, NaOH, NH3 · H2O) soluble in water, alkaline earth metal ions formed in the periodic table from top to bottom gradually soluble [Be (OH) 2, the alkali metal ions or alkali ions, Mg (OH) 2 is insoluble, Ca (OH) 2, Sr (OH) 2 is slightly soluble, and Ba (OH) 2, Ra (OH) 2 is easily soluble, and other bases are in addition to TlOH and Tl (OH) Is difficult to dissolve alkali and acid metathesis reaction is also known as neutralization reaction, that is, H + + OH- == H2O
Q:CO is simple?
No, it is composed of two elements, so it is a compound rather than a simple substance
Q:What are the main physiological functions of inorganic salts?
o maintain the body acid and alkali balance and osmotic pressur
Q:Potassium chloride is called a mineral salt. What sort of chemical is a mineral..?
A mineral is mostly an inorganic salt that can form naturally in the earth. Potassium citrate on the other hand is an organic salt which is formed by addind an potassium base to citrate acid (citrate acid is an acid that is found in fruits and is termed organic as it is mostly has carbon atoms in it)
Q:Effect of Inorganic Salts on Viscosity
possible. The inorganic salt is dissolved in water to form positive and negative ions, and the ions of the micelles are extruded to make the solubility smaller and form an increase in the viscosity. With the increase in the amount of inorganic salt, it does not have the ability to dissolve in water, there is no micelles and the molecular state exists in the water, the liquid becomes thin ...
Q:What is the use of inorganic salts in plants?
Nitrogen is the constituent of chlorophyll, chlorophyll a and chlorophyll are all nitrogen compounds. Green plants for photosynthesis, so that light energy into chemical energy, the inorganic (carbon dioxide and water) into organic matter (glucose) is the role of chlorophyll. Glucose is the raw material for the synthesis of various organic substances in plants, and chlorophyll is the factory for the manufacture of "grain" for plant leaves. Nitrogen is also an integral part of vitamins and energy systems in plants. The transpiration of plants, taken away by water, is similar to human sweating
Q:What is the inorganic salt, is not the organic salt and is not the inorganic salt
I have not come across the salt area is divided into inorganic and organic, only heard of inorganic and organic matter. Probably the organic acid metal salt.
Q:Oxygen is not simple
Yes. Because there is only one element of pure matter
Q:Anyone familiar with GC? Is it safe to put an alcohol + inorganic salt water mix into a GC?
Do not let salts enter the GC. You will have to perform an extraction step and run that. Salts can precipitate in the column or degrade into reactive species that can corrode the GC. Water is OK since it will not destroy the column (I've run aqueous solutions before), but salts are not.

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