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Calcium Carbonate

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Product Details:
Precipitation StatePrecipitated
State Of MatterPowder
ApplicationConstruction Industry, Chemical Industry, Rubber Industry, Plastic Industry, Paper Industry
Grade StandardFood Grade, Technical Grade

Renowned as one of the leading and prominent suppliers and traders of the industry, we are highly engaged in offering our customers a very considerable range of Calcium Carbonate to our customers. These chemicals are widely demanded for their use in various industries. Our suppliers are fabricating these compounds making use of high quality chemicals and advanced technology in order to be in tandem with the industry set standards and norms.

 

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  • Non-toxic

  • Accurate composition

  • High effectiveness

 

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Silver Nitrate

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FormCrystal
Purity99%
Packaging Size25Kg
Packaging TypePacket
CAS Number7761-88-8
Shelf Life24 Months

Silver nitrate (AgNO₃) is a chemical compound composed of silver (Ag), nitrogen (N), and oxygen (O) atoms. It is a versatile compound with various industrial, scientific, medical, and artistic applications. Silver nitrate is known for its reactivity with light, which makes it valuable in photography and other light-sensitive processes. Here's an overview of silver nitrate:

Chemical Structure: Silver nitrate consists of one silver ion (Ag⁺) and one nitrate ion (NO₃⁻). Its chemical formula is AgNO₃.

Properties:

  • Solubility: Silver nitrate is highly soluble in water, forming a colorless or slightly cloudy solution.
  • Light Sensitivity: Silver nitrate is sensitive to light and can undergo chemical reactions when exposed to light, leading to the formation of silver particles.

Uses:

  1. Photography: Silver nitrate has played a significant role in traditional photography as a light-sensitive compound. It is used to create light-sensitive emulsions on photographic film and paper. When exposed to light, silver ions are reduced to form metallic silver, creating the photographic image.

  2. Medicine and Healthcare: Silver nitrate is used in medical and healthcare settings as a topical antiseptic. It has antibacterial properties and has been used to prevent infection in wounds and to treat conditions like conjunctivitis in newborns.

  3. Chemical Reactions: Silver nitrate is used in various chemical reactions, including precipitation reactions, where it forms insoluble silver compounds.

  4. Laboratory and Analytical Chemistry: Silver nitrate is used in laboratory settings for various analytical procedures, including the detection of halide ions (chloride, bromide, iodide) through the formation of colored precipitates.

  5. Art and Craft: Silver nitrate can be used in artistic and craft applications to create unique visual effects, such as staining wood or other materials.

  6. Electroplating: Silver nitrate can be used in electroplating processes to coat objects with a thin layer of silver.

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Zinc Carbonate

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Grade StandardTechnical Grade
Purity/Concentration>99%
GradeIndustrial
Packaging TypeDrum/Barrel
StatePowdered

Zinc carbonate (ZnCO₃) is a chemical compound composed of zinc (Zn), carbon (C), and oxygen (O) atoms. It is a white, crystalline solid that can occur in different forms and structures. Zinc carbonate has various industrial, commercial, and technical applications due to its properties and chemical reactivity. Here's an overview of zinc carbonate:

Chemical Structure: Zinc carbonate consists of one zinc ion (Zn²⁺) and one carbonate ion (CO₃²⁻). Its chemical formula is ZnCO₃.

Properties:

  • Solubility: Zinc carbonate is sparingly soluble in water, which means it dissolves only in small amounts. It is more soluble in acidic solutions.
  • Color: Depending on impurities and crystal structure, zinc carbonate can appear white, off-white, or slightly colored.
  • Thermal Decomposition: Zinc carbonate decomposes upon heating, releasing carbon dioxide (CO₂) gas and leaving behind zinc oxide (ZnO).

Uses:

  1. Pharmaceuticals: Zinc carbonate is used in certain pharmaceutical formulations, including as an antacid in over-the-counter products to help relieve indigestion and heartburn.

  2. Paint and Coatings: It is used as a pigment and filler in the paint and coatings industry to provide specific color properties and improve texture.

  3. Rubber and Plastics Industry: Zinc carbonate is used as a reinforcing agent and filler in rubber and plastic manufacturing processes to improve mechanical properties.

  4. Ceramics: In ceramics, zinc carbonate can be used as a source of zinc oxide during firing, which contributes to the glazing and coloring of ceramics.

  5. Desulfurization: In the steel industry, zinc carbonate can be used for flue gas desulfurization to remove sulfur dioxide emissions.

  6. Electronics: Zinc carbonate nanoparticles have been studied for potential applications in electronics, particularly in nanocomposites and conductive materials.


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