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Molecular Formula:ClH
HCL; Hydrochloric acid; Bowlcleaner; Marine acid; Itaconic; Salzsaeure; Chlorowodor; Basilin; NA 1789; conc Hydrochloric acid; Muriatic acid; Hydrochloride Acid
Brief Introduction
Hydrochloric acid has many uses. It is used in the production of chlorides, fertilizers, and dyes, in electroplating, and in the photographic, textile, and rubber industries. Hydrochloric acid is corrosive to the eyes, skin, and mucous membranes. Acute (short-term) inhalation exposure may cause eye, nose, and respiratory tract irritation and inflammation and pulmonary edema in humans. Acute oral exposure may cause corrosion of the mucous membranes, esophagus, and stomach and dermal contact may produce severe burns, ulceration, and scarring in humans. Chronic (long-term) occupational exposure to hydrochloric acid has been reported to cause gastritis, chronic bronchitis, dermatitis, and photosensitization in workers. Prolonged exposure to low concentrations may also cause dental discoloration and erosion. EPA has not classified hydrochloric acid for carcinogenicity.
Molecular Formula:H2O2
Hydrogen Dioxide; Superoxol; Perhydrol; Oxydol; Inhibine; Peroxaan; Peroxide; Albone; Hioxyl; Hydrogenperoxide 50%; 40% Hydrogen Peroxide
Brief Introduction
The pure product is a light blue viscous liquid with unstable chemical properties. The colorless hydrogen peroxide in the water solution is an inorganic compound with the chemical formula H2O2. Pure hydrogen peroxide is a light blue, thick liquid, which can be mixed with water in any proportion. It is a strong oxidant. Water solution, commonly called hydrogen peroxide, is a colorless and transparent liquid. Its aqueous solution is suitable for medical wound sterilization, environmental sterilization and food sterilization. In general, it is slowly decomposed into water and oxygen, but the decomposition rate is extremely slow. The way to speed up the reaction is to add catalysts such as manganese dioxide or irradiate it with short-wave radiation.
Molecular Formula:CaCl2
Anhydrous Calcium Chloride
Brief Introduction
Calcium chloride and its hydrate and solution have important application value in food manufacturing, building materials, medicine and biology.
Molecular Formula:NaOH
NaOH; Caustic Soda; Aetznatron; Soda Lye; Sodium Hydroxide Pellets; гидроксид натрия; Sodium Hydroxide Flakes; Caustic Flakes; Caustic soda Flake; Caustic Soda Lye; Hydroxyl Sodium; Hydroxyde de Sodium; Liq. Caustic Soda; Caustic soda Granules
Brief Introduction
It is used to make special soap, insecticide, hard water softening, beet sugar refining, boiler descaling, glass lubrication, etc. it is also used to prepare organic synthesis and barium salt; In chemical experiments, in addition to being used as a reagent, it can also be used as an alkaline desiccant because of its strong hygroscopicity. The sectors that use caustic soda most are chemical manufacturing, followed by papermaking, aluminum smelting, tungsten smelting, rayon, artificial cotton and soap manufacturing. In addition, in the production of dyes, plastics, chemicals and organic intermediates, the regeneration of old rubber, the electrolysis of metal sodium and water, and the production of inorganic salts, a large amount of caustic soda is also used in the production of borax, chromate, manganate, phosphate, etc.
Molecular Formula:Na2O5S2
Natrium Pyrosulfit; Sodium Pyrosulfite; Sodium Disulfite; Disodiumpyrosulphite; Metabisulfitedesodium; Sodiummetabisulphite; Fertisilo; Natrii Disulfis; SMBS
Brief Introduction
It is used as preservative, bleach and loosening agent in food processing. In industry, sodium pyrosulfite is used in printing and dyeing, organic synthesis, printing, tanning, pharmaceutical and other departments; Sodium pyrosulfite is used in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries for the production of insurance powder, sulfamethazine, analgin, caprolactam, etc., as well as the purification of chloroform, phenylpropanesulfone and benzene formaldehyde. The photographic industry is used as an ingredient for fixing agents. Perfume industry is used to produce vanillin. It is used as preservative in brewing industry, rubber coagulant and dechlorination agent after cotton bleaching. Organic intermediates, dyes and tanning are used as reducing agents, electroplating industry, oilfield wastewater treatment and mineral dressing agent in mines.
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