sodium sulphate anhydrous 99%

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min 99% ph9-11 Sodium Sulphate Anhydrous is mainly used for detergent, paper,glass, and other Industry

EXAMINE ITEM

STANDARD NUMBER

MEASURED NUMBER

Appearance ISO Brightness

85MIN

87

PH of 1% solution

9.0-11.0

9.3

Moisture

0.20%MAX

0.05%

Purity as Na2So4

99%MIN

99.1%

Water Insoluble

0.05%MAX

0.02%

Chloride as Nacl

0.35%MAX

0.23%

(Ca+Mg)as Mg

0.30% MAX

0.02%

Iron as Fe

0.002%MAX

0.001%

                                                       Product Description

sodium sulphate anhydrous
Classification: Sulphate Type: sodium sulphate
CAS No.: CAS: 15124-09-1
Other Names: Sodium Sulfate MF: NA2SO4
EINECS No.: 231-820-9
Place of Origin: China (Mainland)              
Grade Standard: Industrial Grade Purity: 99%
Appearance: White powder
Application: Detergent

Classification: Sodium Sulphate

Packaging and shipment : 25kg/50kg/jumbo/ bag          Shipment: 26.95mts/20FCL


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Q:What are the differences between inorganic salts and salt?
Salt chemical name is called "sodium chloride", chemical symbol: NaCl
Q:What is an inorganic salt?
I think inorganic salts mean salts that do not contain organic ionic groups
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:Definition of inorganic salts
There are about 21 kinds of elements which have important physiological functions in the body. Among them, calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, phosphorus, sulfur and chlorine are more and more, and the amount of inorganic compounds is more Iron, copper, iodine, zinc, manganese, selenium, fluorine, chromium, nickel, molybdenum, silicon, tin, vanadium and cobalt content is extremely small, called trace elements .2, inorganic compounds in the general name of the salt. Formerly known as "minerals." Some elements of inorganic salts for the human essential nutrients, including potassium, sodium, calcium, phosphorus, iron, iodine and other 20 kinds of elements. With the maintenance of cells and liquid normal osmotic pressure, maintenance of neuromuscular excitement As a variety of acid system activator; constitute the ester of the base; hormones, vitamins, nucleic acid composition and regulate the body's acid and alkali balance and other important physiological functions. Increased or lack of disease, such as hyperkalemia, The explanation of the "inorganic salts" in the academic literature
Q:The human body does not intake of minerals can be? Lack of minerals on the human body what kind of harm?
Mineral is a naturally occurring compound or natural element in the crust, and minerals, like vitamins, are essential elements of the body, and minerals are not self-contained. Generated, synthetic, daily intake of minerals is basically determined, but with age, gender, physical condition, environment, working conditions and other factors are different.
Q:Liver cancer diet should pay attention to what issues?
Liver cancer patients have more appetite, nausea, abdominal distension and other symptoms of indigestion, it should eat digestible food, such as sour plum, fresh orange juice, fruit juice, ginger water, noodle soup, fresh millet gruel, etc. to help digestion and pain, eating Do not cool, too hot, too full. Liver cancer patients common nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, appetite appetizers down light food, such as almond dew, lotus root starch, corn paste, kumquat cake, mountain cake cake and other foods easy to digest,
Q:What are organic and inorganic salts?
An organic salt is a salt containing an organic ion ( carbon atoms ) The reaction product of an organic acid and an inorganic base, for example, sodium acetate (CH3COONa) from the reaction of acetic acid (CH3COOH) and sodium hydroxide (NaOH). The Organic ion, here, is CH3COO- Inorganic compounds come principally from mineral sources of non-biological origin. The modern definition of inorganic compounds often includes all metal-containing compounds, even those found in living systems. So, Inorganic salts are salts of such elements (salts that don't contain carbon atoms) For eg: NaCl, KCl, BaCl2, Al2SO4, etc
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:What is the lack of inorganic salts for children?
Zinc salts, iron salts and calcium salts
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.

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