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1.  Structure of Phosphoric Acid Description:

Name:Phosphoric Acid

EINECS NO.:231-633-2      

CAS NO. 7664-38-2                

Purity:85

Packing:35kg/plastic drum

2.     Main Features of Phosphoric Acid:

It is Colorless, transparent and syrupy liquid; It is odorless and tastes very sour; its melting point is 42.35 ; it is easily soluble in water and resolves in ethanol; it may irritate human skin to cause phlogosis and destroy the issue of human body; it has got hydroscopic.

It can be used as sour agent and nutritional agent of yeast. It can be used as sour agent for sauce and soft drinks. Used in the yeast Saccharomyces source of keeping nutrition and prevent bacteria breeding in vintage industry.

 

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4.Phosphoric Acid Specification

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Specification

Assay (H3PO4)

75.0% Min

85.0% Min

Fluoride (F)

0.001% Max

0.001% Max

Chloride (Cl)

0.0005% Max

0.0005% Max

Sulfate (SO4)

0.003% Max

0.003% Max

Color, (APHA)

20 Max

20 Max

Iron (Fe)

0.002% Max

0.002% Max

Arsenic (As)

0.5 ppm Max

0.5 ppm Max

Heavy metal(Pb)

5 ppm Max

5 ppm Max

Easy oxidized matter(H3PO3)

0.012% Max

0.012% Max

 

5.FAQ

1)How many tons does your factory  can supply each moth?

  30000tons/month

2)How to quarantee the quality of the products?

  you can arrange SGS&BV or other quality inspection.

3)How many days you need to pepare the cargo after we made the order?

  within 30 days.

 

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Q:Is iodized salt inorganic or organic?
yes it is organic.
Q:The exact definition of mineral salt?
Definition Of Mineral
Q:Can basal salt cause disease or illness?
the web page (below) discusses: Basal Salt Mixtures The use of balanced salt solution (BSS) in cell and tissue culture is generally attributed to early workers in the field. In 1885, Sydney Ringer developed a solution of inorganic salts designed to maintain contractility of mammalian heart tissue. A less specific salt solution was designed by Tyrode for use in work with primary mammalian cells. Tyrode's salt solution became the accepted fluid for diluting protein components of media of natural origin. Since that time, many other balanced salt solutions have been developed for use in cell and tissue culture. The current role of balanced salt solution in cell culture is multi-faceted and can be divided into four principle functions. see web page for extensive discussion on the good things about it
Q:How too much to eat too much inorganic salt
Eat more inorganic salt, human body cells will be dehydrated, you will feel thirsty; if too much will be serious consequences, as if no one has done, after all, very difficult to eat.
Q:Does the lack of inorganic salts cause convulsions?
The lack of important substances in the salt body is indeed the use of salt to protect the health of important substances than the calcium and phosphorus main body bone calcium blood coagulation muscle contraction and nerve cell regulation very important phosphorus calcium with the same function of food are preserved phosphorus body lack of calcium muscle spasms Can be rash dyspnea gastrointestinal paralysis and other body no phosphorus calcium calcium phosphate can be used to make bone calcium and phosphorus with a reasonable reason to play its role in the use of salt my body's non-essential body about 50 grams of salt according to 0 --- 2 5 grams To follow the excreta outside the body need to be added or otherwise the body of the production capacity of the body is extremely lack of salt can be fainting disease to speed up or even cause muscle weakness in the iron content and its role is not important in vivo iron deficiency anemia and other iron deficiency
Q:What is the use of inorganic salts in plants?
Nitrogen is the constituent of chlorophyll, chlorophyll a and chlorophyll are all nitrogen compounds. Green plants for photosynthesis, so that light energy into chemical energy, the inorganic (carbon dioxide and water) into organic matter (glucose) is the role of chlorophyll. Glucose is the raw material for the synthesis of various organic substances in plants, and chlorophyll is the factory for the manufacture of "grain" for plant leaves. Nitrogen is also an integral part of vitamins and energy systems in plants. The transpiration of plants, taken away by water, is similar to human sweating
Q:does the water solubility of an inorganic salt increase or decrease as the temp of the water is increased. Exp?
IIRC, it depends on the salt.
Q:the absorption of inorganic salts is how to absorb the form
Root cell cell concentration is high, with the external soil moisture to form osmotic pressure, resulting in water and dissolved in water in the inorganic salt flow to the root cells, the absorption method is in the form of dissolved, so it is in the form of ions. If the salt can not be dissolved can not be absorbed, as for the specific water and inorganic salt transport can refer to 2017.7.25 know the daily newspaper.
Q:Inorganic salt of the inorganic salt function
Participate in and maintain the metabolic activity of the organism.
Q:Eat what food can add inorganic salt
Most of the food contains inorganic salts, the so-called inorganic salts, also known as minerals or ash. Minerals are naturally occurring compounds or natural elements in the crust. There are about 50 kinds of minerals in the human body, although they in the human body only 4% of body weight, but it is an essential part of the organism. According to their content in the body how much can be divided into constant elements and trace elements two categories. The body is actually composed of various elements (macro and trace). Many of these mineral elements are essential components of the enzyme, which can regulate a variety of physiological functions (such as maintaining osmotic pressure, oxygen transport, muscle contraction, nervous system integrity), but also tissue and bone growth and maintenance necessary. Some (such as calcium, phosphorus, sodium, magnesium, sulfur, chloride) content is large, while others are only trace. Human essential trace elements are cobalt (such as vitamin B12), copper, fluorine, iodine, iron, zinc, chromium, selenium, manganese, molybdenum In terms of its impact on experimental animals, nickel, tin and arsenic should also be considered necessary. Most minerals (except zinc) are widely distributed in a variety of foods and can be fully supplemented by balanced and diversified diets. However, there is a need for additional supplements to patients who have been relying on intravenous nutrition for long periods of time, infants and older persons, or because of the lack of regionalities caused by soil and water quality.

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