sodium sulphate anhydrous 99%

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min 99% ph9-11 Sodium Sulphate Anhydrous is mainly used for detergent, paper,glass, and other Industry

EXAMINE ITEM

STANDARD NUMBER

MEASURED NUMBER

Appearance ISO Brightness

85MIN

87

PH of 1% solution

9.0-11.0

9.3

Moisture

0.20%MAX

0.05%

Purity as Na2So4

99%MIN

99.1%

Water Insoluble

0.05%MAX

0.02%

Chloride as Nacl

0.35%MAX

0.23%

(Ca+Mg)as Mg

0.30% MAX

0.02%

Iron as Fe

0.002%MAX

0.001%

                                                       Product Description

sodium sulphate anhydrous
Classification: Sulphate Type: sodium sulphate
CAS No.: CAS: 15124-09-1
Other Names: Sodium Sulfate MF: NA2SO4
EINECS No.: 231-820-9
Place of Origin: China (Mainland)              
Grade Standard: Industrial Grade Purity: 99%
Appearance: White powder
Application: Detergent

Classification: Sodium Sulphate

Packaging and shipment : 25kg/50kg/jumbo/ bag          Shipment: 26.95mts/20FCL


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Q:How do inorganic salts enter the water?
Many of these materials enter the water through natural channels---minerals, salts and the like come from exposure to rocks, dirt and other inorganic materials.
Q:Several kinds of inorganic salt food sources?
Phosphorus-rich foods: fish, lean meat, untreated cereals, eggs, dried fruits, all kinds of seeds, etc. Almost all natural foods
Q:Acids, salts, and metals are examples of?
Acids, D. water soluble inorganic chemicals salts, D. water soluble inorganic chemicals metals E. sediment
Q:Why is the residue after burning known as coarse ash? And inorganic salt content What is the difference
GB / T5009.4-2003 "Determination of ash in food" (a) the principle of a certain amount of samples after carbonization into the high temperature furnace burning, the organic matter is oxidized decomposition to carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides and Water and other forms of escape, and inorganic substances to sulfate, phosphate, carbonate, chloride and other inorganic salts and metal oxide in the form of residual
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:Which solvents have some solubility in inorganic salts
A wide variety of dyes, dissolved complex. The original dyes are organic, but some salt, some metal complexes, some of the larger molecules of the fused ring compounds, some polymer heterocyclic compounds, in some common organic solvents in the solubility is better than disperse dyes Raw dyes and oil-soluble dyes (this is actually the raw material of solvent pigments, strictly speaking, not dyes). There are basically additives in the finished dyes, such as direct dyes, acid dyes, reactive dyes, cationic dyes and other water-soluble dyes will be added inorganic salts, disperse dyes, reducing dyes will be added sulfonate sodium dispersant. In addition, the dye and other chemical products, their purity requirements are generally very low, will allow the presence of certain insoluble impurities. So the organic solvent can not be completely dissolved dye products really is very common or even a normal phenomenon.
Q:Inorganic salt through what way into the human body
The role of inorganic salts on the human body 1. Inorganic salts in the human body is extremely uneven distribution. For example, calcium and phosphorus are mostly in hard tissue such as bone and teeth, iron is concentrated in red blood cells, iodine is concentrated in the thyroid, barium is concentrated in adipose tissue, cobalt is concentrated in hematopoietic organs, and zinc is concentrated in muscle tissue. 2. Inorganic salts are important for the structure of tissues and cells
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.
Q:Urine in the inorganic salt content is higher than the original urine
Because the original urine to be re-absorption
Q:What is the relationship between electronegativity and the solubility of a inorganic salts?
The higher the electronegativity, the stronger the acid would be... Therefore it would be more soluble. take NaCl (common table salt) as an example. The difference between Na's electronegativity and Cl's electronegativity is very high so NaCl is a very soluble salt. The only exception is HF - it is a weak acid - it dissociates very weakly because O-H bonds cannot break H-F bonds which are very strong.

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