Mixed Refrigerant R410a Gas

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mixed refrigerant R410a
Applications:Air Conditioning Units,Heat Pumps,Cold Storage
Industrial and Commercial Refrigeration

mixed refrigerant R410A

Air Conditioning Units
Heat Pumps
Cold Storage
Industrial and Commercial Refrigeration
Physical Properties:
Chemical Name: Difluoromethane/Pentafluoroethane R32/R125
Molecular Weight: 72.6 kg/kmol
Boiling Point at 1.013 bar: -51.5oC
Critical Temperature: 71.8oC
Critical Pressure: 48.9 bar
Density Liquid at 25oC: 1068 kg/m3
Lubricant: Polyol Ester
Pack Sizes:
ISO tanks and disposable cylinders

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Q:Why can organic matter be unique in chemical substances? What is the nature of the C atom?
Carbon, and can be spun, sp2, sp3 hybrid, so CH, CC, CO, CN, C = C, C = O, C = N and other covalent bonds can be formed and the key size is moderate, So these keys can also be more easily broken and generate new compounds. For silicon, the type of hybrid is mainly sp3 (no O = Si = O this molecule exists), but the Si-O bond bond energy is greater than Si-C, Si-Si, Si-H, so these keys are It is easy to break to produce SiO2, so there is the most natural Si-O compounds, and this compound is very stable, difficult to break down or other reactions.
Q:Sodium can be used to identify derivatives of hydrocarbons
Sodium can identify hydrocarbon derivatives that are alcohol
Q:Ionic compounds, covalent compounds, electrolytes, non-electrolytes, which are both compounds and inorganic compounds
An ionic compound consisting of a cation and an anion. Active metals (such as sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, etc.) and active non-metallic (such as fluorine, chlorine, oxygen, sulfur, etc.) when the combination of active metal loss of electrons to form positively charged cations (such as Na +, K +, Ca2 + (Such as F-, Cl-, O2-, S2-, etc.), cations and anions are formed by electrostatic interactions to form ionic compounds. For example, sodium chloride is an ionic compound consisting of positively charged sodium ions (Na +) and negatively charged chloride ions (Cl-). Many bases (such as NaOH, KOH, Ba (OH) 2, etc.) and salts (such as CaCl2, KNO3, CuSO4, etc.) are ionic compounds. The total number of positive charges in the cationic compound is equal to the total number of negative charges carried by the anion, and the whole compound is electrically neutral. Most ionic compounds can not be conductive in solid (or crystalline), while their aqueous or molten state can be conductive. The ionic compounds generally have a higher melting point and higher boiling point, higher hardness, crisp and difficult to compress, and the highly volatile ionic compounds are linked by ionic bonds, without independent structures, such as sodium chloride.
Q:What is organic?
Human beings have a long history of organic compounds. As early as the 17th century, humans could only obtain some organic compounds such as protein, fat, carbohydrate and dyes from animals and plants as food, food and clothing. 1828 German chemist Wilhelm (F Wohler) for the first time with inorganic acid ammonium nitrate synthesis of organic urea. After 1844, people have synthesized a large number of organic compounds such as methane, acetylene, acetic acid, oil and sugar, and since then humans have made organic chemistry into the synthetic era. The development of synthetic organic matter is clearly recognized: there is no clear boundary between organic matter and inorganic matter, but there are some differences in composition, structure and nature. Now people already know that organic compounds in the composition of most contain carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and other elements, a few also contain sulfur, phosphorus, halogen and so on. Any organic compound, its molecular composition contains carbon, the vast majority also contains hydrogen. Since the hydrogen atoms of the organic compound molecules can be replaced by other atoms or radicals, so many other organic compounds are derived, it is generally believed that hydrocarbons and their derivatives are known as organic compounds, referred to as organic compounds; The chemistry of compounds is called organic chemistry.
Q:What cells are composed of compounds
Water, various inorganic salts, sugars (mainly glucose and sugar), nucleotides, amino acids, lipids
Q:What can hydrocarbons crack to carbon and hydrogen at high temperatures?
It is almost impossible for this problem to look at your reaction conditions. Generally speaking, the alkane reaction is mainly difficult to decompose directly into ions
Q:Is carbon monoxide an organic gas?
The organic compound contains carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and other elements, a few also contain sulfur, phosphorus, halogen, etc. Any kind of organic compounds, its molecular composition contains carbon, the vast majority also contains hydrogen Elements. Since the hydrogen atoms of the organic compound molecules can be replaced by other atoms or radicals, resulting in a lot of other organic compounds, so modern people generally believe that hydrocarbons and their derivatives known as organic compounds, referred to as organic matter.
Q:NH4HCO3 and so have C atoms ah, why still inorganic
Not all carbon compounds are organic compounds, CO, CO2, carbonic acid, carbonates (including salt and acid salts), metal carbides, cyanides, thiocyanates are inorganic compounds.
Q:How the most primitive life on earth is produced under what conditions
In the 4 billion years ago, the Earth's water environment, the atomic group into molecules, the formation of a new four-balance body, and the Earth in the formation process, has gathered a lot of interstellar organic molecules, these molecules combined into macromolecules, Of the gravitational field and the anti-gravitational field to find the appropriate combination of objects. Macromolecules, molecules and atoms are also dependent on the formation of the force field to find the appropriate combination of objects, the formation of a new complex four-force balance body, where the gravitational field to play a long-range attraction (5-20 atomic diameter), which It also limits the macromolecules to obtain the desired combination of objects on a large scale, so macromolecules are combined into a moving tissue form, the most primitive marine microorganism. The macromolecules that move can mainly use the method of orienting the electromagnetic force to gradually develop into the original tissue that can swim in the water, so they can obtain a large amount of food (four-force balance) and accumulate some molecules in the body , These molecules in the original microbial parent force field guidance, combined with the mother similar to the new micro-organisms, these primitive microorganisms is essentially a complex macromolecule formation of the four balance body, which is the prototype of biological gene replication.
Q:Are all carbon compounds all organic?
Of course not Like carbon monoxide is not friends ~ ~ ~ In general, organic matter will contain at least two elements of carbon and hydrogen, but carbon tetrachloride is an exception. Many of the concepts in chemistry, or else there is a special case, or that is limited, can only control the total but can not control the whole. It is very annoying thing oh ~ ~ ~

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