Pine Oil with High Quality and Lower Price and Fast Delivery

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1.  Structure of Pine Oil Description:

CAS NO.: 8002-09-3

MF: C10H17OH

PURITY:

Purity: 45% 50% 70% 80%

Packing&Delievery: 170kg/iron drum (Capacity of per 20'FCL: 80 drums,totally 13.6mt per container)

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2.     Main Features of Pine Oil:

 The pine oil is widely used in the flotation of various metallic and non-metallic minerals. It is mainly used in the flotation of various sulfide ores,such as lead,copper,zinc,and iron sulfide,and non-sulfide minerals. It exhibits some collecting properties,especially for readily floatable minerals such as talc,graphite,sulphur,molybdenite and coal etc.The froth produced by pine oil is more persistent than that produced by other frothers.As a good foaming agent of non-ferrous metals,has been widely used both at home and abroad,with low foam,high concentrate grade,strong adaptability,fine and dense foam and the foaming speed and defoaming speed is fast,easy operation,no impact on subsequent flotation and is appropriate the separation of polymetallicore.

 

3.Pine Oil Images

4.Pine Oil Specification

Item

50%

65%

70%

85%

Appearance

Slight-yellowish or brown-yellowish oil-shape liquid.

Color and state( Max).

6

    6

   6

   6

Content of water (Max).

   0.7

     0.7 

   0.7

   0.7

Total acid value (Min)

   50 

     65 

   70

   85

Gravity

0.866

0.90-0.92

0.90-0.92

0.92-0.94

Distillation range(°C)

168-230°C

170-225°C

170-225°C

190-225°C

Impurities(MAX)

0.5%

0.5%

0.5%

0.5%

PH value

5-7

5-7

5-7

5-7

 Impurity( Max).

0.5

0.5

0.3

0.3

 

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

  30000tons/month

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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:Simmons citrate medium contains primarily inorganic ammonium, potassium, and sodium salts, plus organic?
as it has no other sources of nutrition, only citrate metabolizers will be able to grow and thrive on this medium. If your organism grows, you know it is a citrate metabolizer which helps to identify the bacteria.
Q:What is inorganic salt
The distribution of inorganic salts in the body is extremely uneven. For example, calcium and phosphorus are mostly in hard tissue such as bone and teeth, iron is concentrated in red blood cells, iodine is concentrated in the thyroid, barium is concentrated in adipose tissue, cobalt is concentrated in hematopoietic organs, and zinc is concentrated in muscle tissue.
Q:Potassium chloride is called a mineral salt. What sort of chemical is a mineral..?
A mineral is mostly an inorganic salt that can form naturally in the earth. Potassium citrate on the other hand is an organic salt which is formed by addind an potassium base to citrate acid (citrate acid is an acid that is found in fruits and is termed organic as it is mostly has carbon atoms in it)
Q:Octopus why the lack of boron-containing inorganic salts can cause rape to flow only without fruit
Boron has a great influence on the reproductive process of plants, which can accelerate pollen differentiation and pollen tube elongation. In the absence of boron, pollen tube germination is affected, poor fertilization, which leads to the formation of seeds affected, the reduction of growth hormone produced by the reduction of growth hormone will affect the formation of fruit.
Q:Is calcium carbide inactive?
Calcium carbide, the chemical formula for the CaC2, not inorganic salts. Salt refers to the metal ions and acid ions of the compound, calcium carbide does not have the corresponding acid.
Q:Which minerals is richest source of Inorganic Salts ?
Minerals are inorganic salts - eg.potassium nitrate - absorbed by plants from soil - a good source of inorganic nitrogen and potassium.
Q:Minor inorganic salts are needed for these functions.?
its not a so try b or c those 2 are the most likely to be the right answers
Q:A colorless solution contains which inorganic salt?
Only Zn compounds form colorless or white salts. The second question would be the last answer, which is false. It forms an alkaline solution when added to water.
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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