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Calcium chloride without spunlace ball
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Calcium chloride non-spunlace ball Key uses. Calcium chloride, whose chemical formula is Cacl2, is divided into solid calcium chloride and liquid calcium chloride. According to the content, it can be divided into anhydrous calcium chloride and dihydrate calcium chloride. According to the shape, the commonly used calcium chloride is flake Calcium chloride, powdered calcium chloride, prickly ball calcium chloride and photospherical calcium chloride. The reason why calcium chloride without spunlace ball is called calcium chloride without spunlace ball is because of its high purity, which can reach a high content of 94%. Common anhydrous products on the market include spiked spherical calcium chloride and powdered chlorinated calcium.
The physical and chemical properties of calcium chloride without spunlace balls are colorless cubic crystals, and the general products are white or white porous or granular or honeycomb. Odorless and slightly bitter taste. The relative density is 2.15 (25°C). Melting point 782°C. The boiling point is above 1600°C. It is highly hygroscopic and easily deliquescent when exposed to the air. It is easily soluble in water and emits a lot of heat at the same time. Its aqueous solution is slightly acidic. Soluble in alcohol, acetone and acetic acid. It reacts with ammonia or ethanol to generate CaCl2•8NH3 and CaCl2•4C3H5OH complexes respectively. The hexahydrate precipitated by crystallization from the aqueous solution at normal temperature is usually dissolved in its own crystal water when heated gradually to 30°C. Continue heating to gradually lose water, and it becomes dihydrate at 200°C, and then heated to 260°C It becomes white porous granular chlorine.