Calcium Carbide with good quality and lower price

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This product is lumpy substance, its surface is a little deep gray, has slight nasty smell. It can produce acetylene gas when met water, it can burn when meets fire. The acetylene gas mix with air will form explosive gas (explosive range of acetylene gas in the air is 2.3% - 81%).

 

Technical specifications and features

1. Name

Calcium Carbide

 

2. Molecular formula

CaC2

3. UN

1402

4. Class

4.3

5. HS code

28491000

6. Gas yield20 101.3 Kpa

≥295L/KG

7. PH3(V/V)

≤0.08%

8. H2S(V/V)

≤0.1%

9.Molecular weight

64.10

(according to 1995 international relative atomic mass)

10. SIZE

4-7,7-15,15-25,25-50,50-80,80-120MM

11. Packing

50kg or 100kg iron drum

 

Cautions during transportion:

The packing must be kept in good condition and the goods should be stored in a dry,cool and ventilated place.It should be separate from the cargo can burn and acid.It should avoid meeting water and moisture.It should give off the acetylene in iron drum before storing in warehouse. Rolling drums,heavy putting down and colliding are not allowed to avoid the spark leads to explosion.


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Q:What inorganic salts and trace elements are there in rice?
Calories (343.00 kcal) Vitamin B6 (0.20 mg) Protein (7.70 g) Vitamin B12 (20.00 micrograms) Fat (0.60 g)
Q:Why is the residue after burning known as coarse ash? And inorganic salt content What is the difference
There is no essential difference, the measurement method is different, so the result is different, the former is the burning method, which is the chemical method or instrument method
Q:List the major electrolytes released by inorganic salts when placed in water and explain how these electrolyte?
Which "inorganic salts" are you talking about? There are hundreds!
Q:Plant needs the largest amount of the three major inorganic salts have any effect
Q:What substances can detect inorganic salts
Looks like, a lot of inorganic salt ah, this, I suggest you clear the concept of inorganic salt under you.
Q:Trace Minerals Advice?: Just read somewhere that dehydrated sea salt trace minerals are inorganic, and?
All trace minerals are "inorganic". That's what a mineral is. What the article means is that they are inorganic in the sense that the supplements just have mineral compouds, rather than being derived from a food source. That doesn't make them indigestible, but it can mean they aren't as readily absorbed. Vitamins and minerals are ALWAYS absorbed better when derived from food sources, such as eating a balanced diet, then they are by popping a supplement with a mineral compound in it. But if you need supplements, I don't know if there's such a striking difference between regular mineral supplements or "plant-based" whole food supplements. I don't doubt that whole food plant supplements are probably better, but I don't know that they're better to the degree that it makes the regular supplements "terrible". The best source is STILL diet.
Q:Milk food rich in nutrition, in addition to containing a variety of inorganic salts which also contain three types of organic energy can be organic
How are you
Q:Indicating the organic compounds and inorganic salts in the boiling point, melting point and solubility of what is the difference
Organic compounds are mainly covalently bonded, the mutual attraction between molecules is very weak, so its melting point, low boiling point, generally insoluble in water and soluble in organic solvents. Inorganic salts with ionic bonding, positive and negative ions electrostatic attraction is very strong, so the melting point, boiling point is very high, usually insoluble in organic solvents and soluble in water.
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:Is bromine an inorganic salt?
Bromide is an anion which joins with a cation to make a salt like Sodium Chloride (table salt) Bromine is a liquid bleach, similar to chlorine gas. oganic compounds are those which have carbon or sulphur base

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