Blend Refrigerant R410a Gas

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R410A is widely chosen as leading high-pressure alternative to R22 for new air-conditioning system.

Refrigerant Specification:                                                                                    

Property of chloride :
Molecular Weight72.58
Boiling Point, °C-51.6
Critical Temperature, °C72.5
Critical Pressure, Mpa4.95
Saturated Liquid Density, 25°C, (g/cm3)-
Specific Heat of Liquid, 30°C, [KJ/(kg°C)]1.78
ODP0
GWP0.2
PackingDisposable cylinder 25lb/11.3kg; Recyclable cylinder 926L; ISO-Tank.

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Netural; OEM      

Quality standard :
Purity, %≥99.9
Moisture, PPm≤10
Acidity, PPm≤1
Vapor Residue, PPm≤100
AppearanceColorless, No turbid
OdorNo Strange Stench


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Organic matter refers to the addition: carbon, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, carbonated and carbonate carbon compounds
Q:Are there two derivatives of equivalent hydrogen?
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Q:Is the heterocyclic compound not a derivative of cyclic hydrocarbons? why?
The heterocyclic compound is an organic compound containing a heterocyclic structure in its molecule. The atoms that make up the ring contain at least one heteroatom in addition to carbon atoms. The heteroatoms include oxygen, sulfur, nitrogen and the like. Theoretically, the heterocyclic compound can be regarded as a derivative of benzene, that is, one or more CH in the benzene ring is replaced by a heteroatom. The heterocyclic compound may be in parallel with the benzene ring to form a fused ring heterocyclic compound.
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The principle is probably that the middle of the thing is the electrode, and then the surface of the electrode there are some powerful catalyst in the sunlight can promote the oxidation of water or carbon dioxide reduction. The electrode can move the proton to the other side and not allow the product or product to move to the other side. After the proton has been transferred, the electrochemical process can be used to hydrogenate the carbon dioxide.
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Hydrocarbons are, derivatives are not necessarily, such as organic acids (formic acid, acetic acid, etc.)
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[Inorganic] inorganic is inorganic compounds referred to, usually refers to non-carbon compounds. A small number of carbon-containing compounds, such as carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, carbonates, cyanides, etc. are also inorganic. Inorganic materials can be divided into oxides, acids, alkalis, salts and so on. Organic compounds Definitions Organic compounds usually refer to carbon-containing compounds, or hydrocarbons, and their derivatives, are collectively referred to as organic compounds.
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Organic matter usually refers to carbon-containing compounds, or hydrocarbons and their derivatives are collectively referred to as organic compounds.
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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
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Organic compounds that are organic compounds. Carbon compounds (carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, carbonic acid, carbonates, metal carbides, cyanide excluded) or hydrocarbons and their derivatives in general. Most of the combustion can produce carbon dioxide and water.

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