Stearic Acid 1860

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                   Stearic acid

Formula: C18H36O2

Structural Formula:CH3(CH2)16COOH

Product Description:

Shaped like Lump, flake; Saturated fatty acid mainly with C16 and C18, white flake solid at ambient temperature, not dissolved in water, slightly dissolved in benzene and carbon bisulfide, and easily dissolved in hot alcohol. No smell no poison. It has the general chemical properties of organic carboxylic acid.

Physicochemical Properties:

pure product is white with a shiny soft small pieces, melting point 69.6 degrees, the boiling point of 376.1 degrees. Relative density 0.9408, refractive index 1.4299, slowly volatile in the 90-100 degrees. Slightly soluble in cold water, soluble in alcohol, acetone, soluble in benzene, chloroform, ethyl ether, carbon tetrachloride, carbon disulfide, toluene and so on.

Specification:

Item

Index

Grade No.

1842

1838

1820

1860

1870

1880

Iodine value gI2/100g ≤

5.0

5.0

5.0

6.0

7.0

8.0

Saponification value mgKOH/g

206~211

206-213

214-216

193-220

193-220

192-218

Acid value mgKOH/g

208~210

210~211.5

214-225

182-218

192-218

193-220

Chroma (Hazen) ≤

60

80

100

200-400

150

400

Freezing point °C

54~57

54~57

55~57

54

52

52

Moisture %

0.2

0.2

0.2

0.3

0.3

0.3

Inorganic acid %

0.001

0.001

0.001

0.001

0.001

0.001

Suggest Uses:

Mainly for the production of stearic acid salts: Widely used system for cosmetics, plastic cold-resistant plasticizer, release agent, stabilizer, surfactants, rubber vulcanization accelerator, waterproof agent, polishing agent, metal soap, metal mineral flotation agent, softeners, pharmaceuticals, and other organic chemicals.
In addition, oil-soluble pigments can be used as solvents, crayons transfer slip agent, waxed paper lighting agent, stearic acid glyceride emulsifier, etc..

Packing :25/50kg in PP bag ,25MT/20GP

Product Storage:

in dry warehouse ventilation should be more than 10mm from the ground to avoid damp  products in the above-mentioned conditions, from the date of delivery for one year shelf life.


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Carbohydrate carbohydrates, also known as carbohydrates, are the most widely distributed and most important organic compounds in the world. Glucose, sucrose, starch and cellulose are all carbohydrates. X0d carbohydrates are all organisms The main source of energy needed to sustain life activities is not only nutritious but also has special physiological activity, such as: heparin in the liver has anticoagulant effect; blood sugar in the blood type related to immune activity.In addition, the nucleic acid The carbohydrate compounds are more important for medicine, and the carbohydrate compounds are composed of three elements, C, H and O, And O is usually 2: 1, and the proportion of water molecules, which can be expressed by the general formula Cm (H2o) n.Therefore, these compounds have been called carbohydrates, but later found that some compounds according to their structure and (C6H12O5), deoxyribose (C5H10O4), etc .; and some compounds such as acetic acid (C2H4O2), lactic acid (C3H6O3), and other compounds, such as acetic acid (C2H4O2), lactic acid (C3H6O3) And its composition is consistent with the general formula Cm (H2o) n, but the structure and properties are completely different with the carbohydrate compounds, so the name of the carbohydrate is not exact, but for a long time, so far still in use. X0d from Chemical structures, carbohydrates are polyhydroxyaldehydes, polyhydroxy ketones, and their condensates.
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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.
Q:Derivatives of vinyl acetate
Vinyl acetate can produce reactions that occur most of the olefins or esters. Such as the addition of bromine to form dibromide, the addition of hydrogen halide to produce vinyl haloacetate, which is the only way to produce the substance because there is no corresponding halohydrin. The addition of acetic acid under palladium catalysis can produce ethylene diacetate and CH3CH (OAc) 2. The latter can undergo a transesterification reaction with many carboxylic acids. As an alkene, vinyl acetate can also undergo a Diels-Alder reaction and a 2 + 2 ring addition
Q:High school chemical hydrocarbons with hydrocarbon derivatives with water solubility
Hydrocarbons, halogenated hydrocarbons, esters are difficult to dissolve in water. Hydrocarbons, esters are denser than water, and the density of halogenated hydrocarbons is generally greater than that of water. Hydrocarbon derivatives containing hydroxyl, amino or aldehyde groups such as alcohols, phenols, aldehydes, carboxylic acids, sulfonic acids and amines are soluble in water, And the shorter the solubility of the carbon chain, the greater the solubility of the carbon chain increases, until the same number of carbon atoms and similar hydrocarbons.
Q:High school chemistry: Is the esterification reaction of carboxylic acid and alcohol a polymerization reaction?
No, the polymerization reaction is the reaction of the polymer, the esterification reaction is the reaction of the formation of small molecules
Q:Simply talk about hydrocarbons
Hydrocarbon is a hydrocarbon compound. The organic compound consisting only of carbon and hydrogen is called a hydrocarbon and a hydrocarbon, which reacts with chlorine, bromine vapor, oxygen, etc. to produce a hydrocarbon derivative, Hydrocarbons (and benzene) do not react with strong acids, strong bases, strong oxidants (eg potassium permanganate), but unsaturated hydrocarbons (olefins, alkynes, benzene homologues) can be oxidized or react with hydrogen halide The
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Since it is a hydrocarbon, it is bound to be a hydrocarbon, and the oxygen derivative of the hydrocarbon is not a hydrocarbon! Therefore, even if the oxygen-containing derivative is volatile again, it is not a non-methane total hydrocarbon
Q:What is "organic" and "inorganic" in chemistry?
Carbon compounds, not carbon oxides, carbonates, bicarbonates are organic matter
Q:Can the carboxylic acid react with sodium?
Can it, the water H + so little, all response, not to mention the acid

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