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Shree Ganesh Acid Chem Private Limited - Exporter of ferro molybdenum, manganese metal & fluorspar in Faridabad, Haryana.
Molybdenum, First isolated in 1782 by Hjelm, the silvery-gray metal was previously associated with lead. Molybdenum, commonly referred to as moly, occurs in nature as molybdenite and other minerals.
Today, it is primarily used as an alloy to strengthen steel and inhibit corrosion. About 70 percent of the world's molybdenum is produced as a byproduct of copper, with only 30 percent being produced as a primary product.
Analysts estimate that the iron and steel industries consume about 80 percent of the world's molybdenum to increase its product's durability and hardness. It is also used for high-tech metal alloys and industrial chemicals.
Manganese Metal is a critical ingredient for high-strength steel production. It was first produced by reduction of the dioxide with carbon. It is a gray-white, hard and brittle metal, first recognized as an element in 1774 by Scheele, the Swedish chemist. Its use in steelmaking dates to 1839 with the first commercial application coming in 1856
Fluorite or Fluorspar is a mineral composed of calcium fluoride (CaF2), the principal fluorine-bearing mineral. It occurs as cubic, isometric crystals and cleavable masses. When pure, it is colorless and transparent, or translucent with a glassy luster. Impurities cause color in the stone, and several varieties exhibit fluorescence. Usually found either in pure veins or associated with lead, silver, or zinc ores, it is common in limestone and dolomites. Fluorite occurs in England and the United States.
The USA, Japan and Canada have traditionally been the three major consuming countries though none of these actually has a domestic source of fluorspar.
The USA and Canada closed their last mines in 1993 and Japan has no resources. For this reason over 50% of fluorspar is traded internationally. China, the world's largest producer of fluorspar, with 51% of world output, is now also becoming one of the major consumers.
An alloy of iron that contains a sufficient amount of phosphorus to be useful as an agent for introducing into molten metal, especially into steel or cast iron. Elemental phosphorus exists in many allotropic forms. White phosphorus is used in rodent poison and by the military for smoke generation. Red phosphorus, comparatively harmless, is used in matches. Ferrophosphorus, a combination of phosphorus with iron, is used as an ingredient in high-strength low-alloy steel.
Introduction: -The ferroalloy ferrochrome consists mainly of iron (ferro) and chrome content. Ferrochrome is an basic incredient for the manufacturing of stainless steel. Other ferroalloys are ferronickel, ferromangenese and ferroniobium. The carbon content of ferrochrome is of some importance as well. Sources for ferro alloys are iron ore, chrome ore, coal, manganese ore, nickel ore and metals like cobalt, niobium, tantalum and molybdenum. ver 90% of the world's ferrochrome is utilised in the production of stainless steel. Stainless steel depends on chrome for its appearance and its resistance to corrosion. The average chrome content in stainless steel is approximately 18%. It is also used when it is desired to add chromium to carbon steel. FeCr from Southern Africa know as 'charge chrome' produced from a Cr containing ore with a low Cr content is most commonly used in stainless steel production, where as High Carbon FeCr produced from high grade ore found in Kazakhstan (among other places) is more commonly used in specialist applications such as engineering steels where a high Cr to Fe ratio and minimum levels of other elements such as Sulfur, Phosphorus and Titanium are important and production of finished metals takes place in small electric arc furnaces compared to large scale blast furnaces.
Our Ferro manganese is developed under the supervision of highly qualified professionals with precise chemical specifications. Our expertise lies in supplying these high carbon manganese alloys and low carbon manganese alloys in standard as well as customized form to meet with the specifications of our esteemed clients. Ferro manganese offered by us is known amidst domestic and overseas clients for its reliable quality, accurate chemical compositions complying international benchmarks and most reasonable rates. Commotidy: High Carbon Ferro Manganese 1/Spec.:Mn 65%min, C 6-8%, Si 2.5%max, P 0.40%max, S 0.03%max. 2/Spec.:Mn 73%min, C 6-8%, Si 1.5%max, P 0.33%max, S 0.03%max. 3/Spec.:Mn 75%min, C 6-8%, Si 1.2%max, P 0.30%max, S 0.03%max. Size:10-100mm 90%min.or at the buyer's option Packing:in 1mt plastic woven bag Low Carbon Ferro Manganese Spec.: Mn 80%min, C 0.5%max, Si 1.5%max, P 0.25%max, S 0.02%max. Size:10-100mm 90%min.or at the buyer's option Packing: in 1mt plastic woven bag
Ferro Silicon is an important additive to cast irons for controlling the initial content of silicon and on coming in contact with water, it may slowly produce hydrogen.
Ferro Silicon, a widely used alloy, can be used as:
FeTi:68%-72%min Al:4.5%max Si:1.5%max S:0.03%max P:0.04%max C:0. 2%max V:2%max
FeTi:30%-40%min Al:9.5%max Si:3%max S:0.03%max P:0.04%max Cu:0. 4%max C:0.1%max
FeTi:25%-30% Al:8.5%max Si:5.0%max P:0.05%max S:0.025%max C:0.15% max Cu:0.4%max
FeTi:40%min Al:5%max Si:1.0%max P:0.02%max S:0.02%max V:0.5%max Mn:0.5%max
Titanium, which was named after the Greek god Titanes, has a lustrous white colour, when purified. The metal has a low density, good strength, excellent corrosion resistance, and it is easily fabricated. It is present in meteorites and the sun and is the only element that burns in nitrogen. The Rev. W. Gregor discovered it in 1789 while examining the mineral ilmenite. It was not until 1895 that it was partially purified by H. Moissan.
V AL Si C S P As Cu FeV80 78-82 ≤1.5 ≤1.5 ≤0.15 ≤0.05 ≤0.06 ≤0.06 ≤0.10 FeV50 ≥50 ≤0.8 ≤2.5 ≤0.75 ≤0.05 ≤0.10 ≤0.10 ≤0.20 Packing 250kg Steel Drums on PalletsThe gray metal vanadium was named after the goddess Vanadis, the northern Venus. The first mention of the metal was made by Mexican scientist de Rio in 1801, but it was not isolated until 1869 by H.E. Roscoe. It is found in deposits of titaniferous magnetite, phosphate rock and uraniferous sandstone and siltstone. Significant amounts are also present in bauxite and carboniferous materials such as crude oil, coal, oil shale and tar sands. Vanadium is usually recovered as a by-product or co-product, and thus world resources of the element are not fully indicative of available supplies.
The size of products can be processed as per the requirement of the client; the demanded size of domestic market is like 5-60mm.
The package of products for the domestic market is 50KG plastic woven bag and 50KG iron drum, for the international market it is 1000KG flexible bag and 250KG iron drum. Boron is a trivalent nonmetallic element which occurs abundantly in the evaporate ores borax and ulexite. Boron is never found as a free element in nature. A binary alloy of iron with a boron content of 14% to 20%. It is the lowest cost boron additive for steel and other ferrous metals.
Tungsten, a silver-gray metal, is mined from scheelite and wolframite and appears in nature in four major forms combined with calcium, iron or manganese. It has a high melting point and density, good thermal and electrical conductivity, a low coefficient of expansion as well as exceptional strength at elevated temperatures. The name tungsten comes from the Norse word thungr-steinn, which means "heavy stone."
Grade Chemical Composition % W C P S Si Mn Cu As Bi Pb Sb Sn max FeW 80-A FeW 80-B FeW 80-C FeW 70 75.0-85.0 75.0-85.0 75.0-85.0 ≥70.0 0.10 0.30 0.40 0.80 0.03 0.04 0.05 0.06 0.06 0.07 0.08 0.10 0.5 0.7 0.7 1.0 0.25 0.35 0.50 0.60 0.10 0.12 0.15 0.18 0.06 0.08 0.10 0.10 0.05 - - - 0.05 - - - 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.06 0.08 0.08 0.10 PACKING : IN IRON DRUM OF 100KG NET EACH Size: 10-130MM 90%min
Cobalt compounds have been used for centuries to provide a rich blue color in ceramics, glazes and glass. It was first isolated in 1735 by a Swedish chemist named George Brant. Product : Cobalt Cathode Co Content : 99.9% min. Packing : 250 kg steel drums Size : 1.5 x 1.5 inch Thickness : 0.5 - 1.5 mm Specifications : ELEMENT % Cobalt as Co 99.917 Nickel as Ni 0.03 Copper as Cu 0.003 Iron as Fe 0.002 Manganese as Mn 0.001 Zinc as Zn 0.002 Cadmium as Cd 0.002 Lead as Pb 0.003 Calcium as Ca 0.002 Mangnesium as Mg0.001 Chromium as Cr 0.0005 Silver as Ag 0.0005 Arsenic as As 0.001 Aluminium as Al 0.0005 Titanium as Ti 0.0005 Carbon as C 0.01 Phosphorous as P0.001 Sulphur as S 0.005 Nitrogen as N 0.001 Antimo...
Ferro Aluminium is the alloy of choice when it comes to efficient deoxidation or alloying of steel. Ferro Aluminum (FerAl) is produced by us using the proprietary "cold fusion" technology which means more of Aluminium a-phase (metallic Aluminium) and negligible Aluminium ß-phase (non metallic Aluminium) in the alloy. This results in full Aluminum recovery and better control over steel bath chemistry Element Percentage in FerAl Aluminium 30~75% Iron Balance Trace Elements (like Zn, Sn, Pb, Ta etc.) < 0.35% Size Lumps weighing around 01 kg each. Packing In gunny/HDPE bags of suitable specification
|Discovered in 1751 by Baron Axle Fredrik Cronstedt, Nickel is ferromagnetic. It's a hard white metal that resists tarnish. It's one of the most important steel alloys. When divided into tiny pieces it becomes an excellent catalyst, especially in the hydrogenation of fats and oils. || |
Nickel dioxide was used as the cathode in Edisons storage battery. Nickel compounds have become important in electroplating and various other things.
A hard, brittle metallic element, found associated with nickel, silver, lead, copper, and iron ores and resembling nickel and iron in appearance. Cobalt (Co) in its natural state is a gray, hard, magnetic metal. It is extracted from a number of minerals, the main ones being smaltite, (CoNi) As3; linnaeite, Co3S4; cobaltite, CoAsS; and glaucodot, (CoFe)AsS. All commercial cobalt is obtained as a by-product of other metals, usually associated with other ores, such as copper.
Cobalt concentrate is a dietary supplement containing elemental Cobalt. Cobalt is an essential mineral although the body only needs a small amount. » Cobalt is stored in red blood cells with smaller amounts in the kidney, liver, pancreas and spleen. » Research indicates that cobalt helps with the repair of the myelin sheath, increases the effectiveness of glucose transport from the blood into body cells (pernicious anemia), and the building of red blood cells (increases the assimilation of iron). » Cobalt is an important agent of vitamin B-12; it increases the body’s ability to absorb vitamin B-12. » Cobalt stimulates many enzymes of the body and normalizes the performance of other body cells. » Because of its low absorption rate and high excretion rate, cobalt toxicity is not common but excess can lead to enlargement of the thyroid gland.
|Molybdenum is a little-known, though essential, trace mineral.|
|»||It is instrumental in regulating pH balance in the body. For each pH point increase (e.g., 6.1-6.2), the oxygen level is increased 10x, thus increasing the metabolism and enhancing the body’s ability to burn fat.|
|»||Although very small amounts are needed, molybdenum is a vital part of three important enzyme systems and is necessary for the proper function of certain enzyme-dependent processes, including the metabolism of iron. These enzymes are responsible for the breakdown of xanthine, hypoxanthine and sulfite, and the detoxification of many harmful compounds.|
|»||Molybdenum works with the enzyme systems to help eliminate toxic nitrogen waste by turning it into uric acid.|
|»||Molybdenum may help t strengthen immune system function.|
Molybdenum promotes general well being, aids in carbohydrate metabolism, and has proven itself useful in MSG (or other chemical) sensitivity, increases libido, and may enhance tooth decay prevention (dental enamel is rich in molybdenum).
|»||It may also help to induce restful sleep.|
|»||Because of molybdenum’s ability to raise the body’s pH, it may provide beneficial support in the treatment of cancer, viruses, and parasites.|
|»||Molybdenum is claimed to help arthritis.|
Molybdenum (Mo) is a dark gray-black metal. High-purity, chemical-grade molybdenum concentrate is gray, powdery substance that sells as a commodity on metals exchanges.
Mo oxide Mo: 57%min; C: 0.1%max; S: 0.1%max; Cu: 0.50%max; P: 0.05%max. Size: 0-4mm 90%min Size:0-4mm 90%min Packing: As per customer’s requirementsMolybdenum oxide is chemical compound with the formula MoO3. This compound is produced on the largest scale of any molybdenum compound. It occurs as the rare mineral molybdite. Its chief application is as an oxidation catalyst and as a raw material for the production of molybdenum metal.
Silicon manganese (simn): 1) Mn 65% min., Si 17% min. (65/17) 2) Mn 60% min., Si 14% min. (60/14) 3) Lump size: 10mm-50mm, 10mm-100mm, or according to customer's need We supply silicon manganese a metal manufactured with the reaction of high grade of manganese and silicon. Our silicon manganese contains high amount of both silicon and manganese owing to which it find applications in various industrial processes especially in the manufacturing of steel and iron as an oxidizing agent..
An economical feedstock in the manufacture of silica soil or colloidal silica. A low cost feedstock in the manufacture of organic derivatives and silicone products.
It is used as de-oxidizing agent in steel production to reduce oxygen levels in the melt via reaction such as
Si + 2 O (in liquid Fe) = SiO2 (SiO2 is formed as a solid dispersed in molten Fe and subsequently floats to the surface of the melt. It is removed by either skimming or by draining molten iron from the bottom).
It is also used as de-oxidizing agent in the production of magnesium, chromium and other metals via the same mechanism.
It is also used in the production of lower grade of Si3N4 in a cost effective manner, the material is suitable for refractory applications such as refractory bricks and other high-temperature applications
Basic Chromium Sulphate
Synonyms: Chromic Sulfate
CAS NO.: 10101-53-8
Molecular formula: 2Cr(OH)SO4
Property: Basic chromium sulphate is available in bright green powder with high tanning properties. The product is dried with most sophisticated steam drum drier which does not allow material to be overheated. It is not toxic and has better solubility. Use: The main application is making chrome tanned leather, insolubilizing proteins and other organic substances. Packing: 25kg plastic woven bag
|Manganese sulphate is the inorganic compound with the formula MnSO4. This colourless deliquescent solid is a commercially significant manganese(II) salt. Approximately 260M kg/y were produced worldwide in 2005. It is the precursor to manganese metal and many chemical compounds. Mn-deficient soil is remediated with this salt. |
Like many metal sulfates, manganese sulfate forms a variety of hydrates: monohydrate, tetrahydrate, pentahydrate, heptahydrate. The monohydrate is most common. All of these salts are faintly pink. The pale color of Mn(II) salts is characteristic of high-spin complexes with the d5 configuration.
SALES SPECIFICATION APPEARANCE light pint crystals CONTENT 98.0% min Mn 22.0% min CHLORIDES 0.01% max IRON 0.002% max COPPER 0.01% max NICKEL 0.08% max WATER INSOLUBLES 0.1% max HEAVY METALS 0.02% max
|Manganese acetate exhibits tunneling and has several other properties that make it unique and important to physicists. The manganese oxide core contains a huge net spin of 10, giving manganese acetate 21 energy levels. In addition, the manganese oxide cores are 14 Angstroms apart from each other; this large distance creates only a very weak interaction between cores, allowing for essentially identical environments ||Catalyst in the productionn of synthetic fibers. Component of dyestuff, pigment, pigment, paint drier and fertilizer |
Manganese Carbonate is a very attractive mineral with an absolutely one-of-a-kind, beautiful color. Although it can be an ore of manganese, it is its ornamental and display specimen qualities that make it a very popular mineral. The color of a single crystal can just astound the observer with its vivid pink-rose color that seems to be transmitted out of the crystal as if lit from within. APPLICATION Manganese source in solid-state synthesis of lanthanum strontium manganate (LSM), for solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) applications. Pigments, raw materials for synthetic MnO2, etc.
Manganese oxide is the chemical compound MnO2, commonly called manganese dioxide. This blackish or brown solid occurs naturally as the mineral pyrolusite, which is the main ore of manganese. It is also present in manganese nodules. The principal use for MnO2 is for dry-cell batteries, such as the alkaline battery and the zinc-carbon battery. In 1976 this application accounted for 500,000 tonnes of pyrolusite. MnO2 is also used for production of MnO4-. It is used extensively as an oxidising agent in organic synthesis, for example, for the oxidation of allylic alcohols.
The primary ores are oxides/hydroxides of manganese which include minerals such as hausmannite - Mn3O4, pyrolusite - MnO2, manganite- MnO(OH, etc. We offer an exclusive range of fine quality manganese ore at competitive prices. We are able to provide our clients such competitive prices owing to the fact that India is one among the major producers of Manganese Ore. Found in metamorphic rocks as sedimentary deposits, we use mining techniques that are advanced and improved to excavate the best quality and bulk of ore from the mines. Available in several allotropic forms, the features of our manganese ore are- strength, hardness and wear resistance.
a silvery-white, magnetic metallic element, nickel occurs naturally in many ores such as nicolite, pyrrhotite, pentlandite, and garnierite as well as in metallic meteorites. Its abundance in the earth's crust is 99 ppm and large reserves are located in ontario, norway, finland, cuba, china, and australia. Nickel was first isolated by axel f. Cronstedt in 1751. Metallic nickel is a hard, malleable metal that can take a high polish and remain untarnished. It is most often used as protective and ornamental electroplated coatings on other metals, such as iron and steel. Nickel is also used to produce monal, a highly corrosion resistant nickel-copper alloy, as well as many other alloys.
|The chief source is the mineral Chromite which is found in large layered intrusive and serpentine bodies. Chromite is composed of oxides of iron and chromium and may contain magnesium and aluminums. Chromite is a black to dark brown color stone with a metallic luster. It looks like magnetite but has poor magnetic properties. Chromite is found in South Africa, Rhodesia, Cuba, Turkey, the Philippines, India, Japan, Greece, Albania, Russia, Finland, Zimbabwe, Western Europe, New Caledonia, Brazil, and the United States ||The demand for chrome is driven primarily by the steel industry which uses it (in the form of ferrochrome) as an alloying material in the production of stainless and other steels, but there are other important uses, such as foundry sand.|
Titanium metal is abundant in the earth's crust and is extracted commercially from the ore minerals rutile (titanium dioxide) and ilmenite (iron-titanium oxide).The commercial extraction process involves treatment of the ore with chlorine gas to produce titanium tetrachloride, which is purified and reduced to metallic titanium sponge by reaction with magnesium or sodium. The sponge blended with alloying elements as desired, is then vacuum melted. Several melting may be necessary to achieve a homogeneous ingot which is ready for processing into useful shapes, typically by forging followed by rolling.
A ductile metallic element, Vanadium was discovered in 1803 by Andres del Rio, rediscovered in 1831 by Nils Selstrom, and isolated by Henry Roscoe in 1867. It has an abundance of 0.015% in the earth's crust and primarily occurs in the ores patronite, vanadinite, roscoelite, and carnotite. Vanadium is mined in Mexico, Peru, South Africa, Zambia, Italy, Germany, and the U.S. Recovered from petroleum residues also produced from vanadium bearing magnetite rocks. In the past it was recovered from minerals in uranium deposits.
Zirconium (Zr) is a grayish-white, metallic element with an atomic number of 40. It naturally combines with silica and oxygen to form the mineral zircon (ZrSiO4), the primary ore of this element. The zircon tetragonal prism crystals are found on beaches or in river placer deposits in association with silica containing minerals. The hard, refractory, but brittle crystals come in a wide range of colors: yellow, green, blue, red to brown. Clear zircon crystals, sold as Matura diamonds, make very brilliant gemstones because of their high refractive index. Clear yellow to red zircon, called hyacinth or jacinth, is also used as a gem. Ancient gems of hessonite garnets were also called jacinth and hyacinth which led to some being incorrectly labeled zircon (Ogden 1982). Zircons from Sri Lanka have been used for 2000 years. Large deposits are found in Australia. Other sources are Brazil, India, Pakistan, Thailand, New Zealand and Myanmar.
Zirconium has no beneficial or adverse effect on living organisms, and is resistant to corrosion. Based on these properties, it has proven to be a good material for artificial limbs and joints.
Analysis of the rocks collected on the moon has shown that zirconium is a common element on the surface of the moon.
Natural graphite is graphite that is formed by Nature. Natural graphite is formed in either metamorphic or igneous environments. High temperature and high pressure are the pre-requisites that affect the conversion of amorphous carbon materials to crystalline graphite. Graphite is never formed in a sedimentary environment although it potentially could be found in sedimentary systems as a product of erosion. Occurrences in metamorphic environments are much more common then those in igneous environments. From sealing materials, friction materials and specialty lubricants to advanced drilling fluids, fuel cells and heat shields, the applications for graphite products extends to numerous applications. Natural graphite is an important industrial mineral which finds applications in almost every facet of manufacturing including electronics, atomic energy, hot metal processing, friction, coatings, aerospace, powder metallurgy, etc. However not every form of natural graphite is suitable for every application to which natural graphite is applied. Differences in bulk and particle morphology, purity, and constraints on processing (grinding, screening, etc) make certain varieties more suitable for certain applications than others.
Quartz is the most commonly and abundant mineral in the Earth's crust (although feldspar is more common in the world as a whole). It is made up of a lattice of silica (SiO2) tetrahedra. Quartz has a hardness of 7 on the Mohs scale and a density of 2.65 g/cm³. Quartz is said to be free silica, because it does not form part of the other rock forming silicate minerals which are satisfied. In other words it is not used up in the chemical make up of the other minerals in the rock. It has several industrial uses, for example as a main part in glass or as the base for manufacturing silicon wafers for the electronics industry. Especially quartz is being used in steel industries and foundry. Like Sapphire, Quartz has found many applications in different markets. In these applications the single crystal properties, such as transmission, strength, and chemical stability, are utilized. Quartz is heavily used in the Semiconductor Fabrication and Optics markets.
|Sodium molybdate is used in biochemistry and medicinal chemistry to track various organic chemicals that are colorless after a chromatographical procedure, which it always stains blue. The blue color is also called molybdenum blue. |
The agriculture industry uses 1 million pounds per year as a fertilizer. However, care must be taken because at a level of 0.3 ppm sodium molybdate can cause copper deficiencies in animals, particularly cattle.
It is used for water treatment
It is used in industry for corrosion inhibition, as it is a non-oxidizing anodic inhibitor. The addition of sodium molybdate significantly reduces the nitrite requirement of fluids inhibited with nitrite-amine, and improves the corrosion protection of carboxylate salt fluids.
According to an article from 1950 that was published in Nature, sodium molybdate is useful for curing a broccoli disease known as 'whipta
|Sodium Molybdate is used to provide plants with a readily available supply of molybdenum. It is particularly important for nitrogen fixation by leguminous plants such as clover, lucerne, peas and beans. |
Application is made by mixing this product with other fertilisers e.g. superphosphate. Typically 0.25kg (250g) of product is mixed with a tonne of super when spreading at 250kg super/ha. This equates to an application rate of 62.5g sodium molybdate/ha. Application rates may range from 40 to 125 g sodium molybdate/ha. Sodium molybdate can be mixed with most fertilisers.
It is one of the important ores of iron (magnetic iron ore) and is a common constituent of igneous and metamorphic rocks. It is a black opaque mineral composed of Ferro-ferric oxide that is strongly magnetic. Magnetite is a common mineral and large deposits have been found in Sweden, Norway, the Urals, Italy, Switzerland, Australia, Brazil, United States and Canada. Magnetite is brittle and fractures unevenly. When it possesses a polarity because the molecules had time to line up before the magma cooled, magnetite is called lodestone. Lodestones, or natural magnets, have been found in Siberia, the Island of Elba and in Arkansas. Magnetite was used in antiquity for jewelry, amulet beads, and seals and as a substitute for black pearls. Magnetite is used as a pigment for magnetic applications, polishing compounds, cosmetics, medicines, polymer & rubber filler, building & construction, appliances, linoleum, ceramic glazes, glass and magnetic inks. It is also used as a black pigment in paints.
Natural zeolites form where volcanic rocks and ash layers react with alkaline groundwater. Zeolites also crystallize in post-depositional environments over periods ranging from thousands to millions of years in shallow marine basins. Naturally occurring zeolites are rarely pure and are contaminated to varying degrees by other minerals, metals, quartz, or other zeolites. For this reason, naturally occurring zeolites are excluded from many important commercial applications where uniformity and purity are essential. Zeolites are the aluminosilicate members of the family of microporous solids known as "molecular sieves." The term molecular sieve refers to a particular property of these materials, i.e., the ability to selectively sort molecules based primarily on a size exclusion process. This is due to a very regular pore structure of molecular dimensions. The maximum size of the molecular or ionic species that can enter the pores of a zeolite is controlled by the dimensions of the channels. These are conventionally defined by the ring size of the aperture, where, for example, the term "8-ring" refers to a closed loop that is built from 8 tetrahedrally coordinated silicon (or aluminum) atoms and 8 oxygen atoms. These rings are not always perfectly symmetrical due to a variety of effects, including strain induced by the bonding between units that are needed to produce the overall structure, or coordination of some of the oxygen atoms of the rings to cations within the structure. Therefore, the pores in many zeolites are not cylindrical.
|EDTA is a widely used abbreviation for the chemical compound ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (and many other names, see table). EDTA refers to the chelating agent with the formula (HO2CCH2)2NCH2CH2N(CH2CO2H)2. This amino acid is widely used to sequester di- and trivalent metal ions (Ca2+ and Mg2+ for example). EDTA binds to metals via four carboxylate and two amine groups. EDTA forms especially strong complexes with Mn(II), Cu(II), Fe(III), Pb (II) and Co(III). ||EDTA is being used in Industrial cleaning , Detergents , Photography . Pulp and paper industry, Textile industry, Agrochemicals , Hydroponics|
Polysulfide rubber was discovered in 1926 by an American chemist, Joseph Cecil Patrick, while he was attempting to obtain ethylene glycol for use as an antifreeze. The elastomer was commercialized under the trade name Thiokol (after the Greek theion, "brimstone" [sulfur] and kommi, "gum"), which eventually became generic. It is known for its excellent...
Other important synthetic elastomers were discovered in the decades before World War II, though none was suitable for making tires. Among these were polysulfides, synthesized in the United States by Joseph Patrick in 1926 and commercialized after 1930 as oil-resistant Thiokol rubbers; polychloroprene, discovered by Arnold Collins in 1931 and commercialized by the DuPont Company in 1932 .
Acrylated-epoxidized soybean oil (AESO) renders thermosetting compounds by thermal polymerization or copolymerization. These materials have to be prepared first from low molecular liquid molding resins having functional groups for cross-linking. Subsequently, these resins are mixed with initiator (free radical or ionic), catalyst, reinforcing compounds as bamboo, henequen, hemp, cellulose, glass fiber, carbon or carbon nanotubes Soybeans can be broadly classified as "vegetable" (garden) or field (oil) types. Vegetable types cook more easily, have a mild nutty flavor, better texture, are larger in size, higher in protein, and lower in oil than field types. Tofu and soymilk producers prefer the higher protein cultivars bred from vegetable soybeans originally brought to the United States in the late 1930s. The "garden" cultivars are generally not suitable for mechanical combine harvesting because they have a tendency for the pods to shatter on reaching maturity.
Palm oil is an edible plant oil derived from the fruit of the Arecaceae Elaeis oil palm. Previously the second-most widely produced edible oil, after soybean oil. It is also an important component of many soaps, washing powders and personal care products, is used to treat wounds, and has controversially found a new use as a feedstock for biofuel. Palm is also used in biodiesel production, as either a simply-processed palm oil mixed with petrodiesel, or processed through transesterification to create a palm oil methyl ester blend which meets the international EN 14214 specification, with glycerin as a by-product. The actual process used varies between countries and the requirements of any export markets. Second-generation biofuel production processes are also being trialled in relatively small quantities
Coal is vital to the iron and steel industry - it is used in almost 70% of steel produced today. Steel is a man-made alloy of iron and carbon. The carbon usually comes from metallurgical - or coking coal. Coking coal is used in the manufacture of coke, which fuels blast furnaces that produce molten iron for the production of steel. Coal is converted to coke in large coke oven batteries. The coking process consists of heating coal in the absence of air to drive off the volatile compounds; the resulting coke is a hard, but porous carbon material that is used for reducing the iron in the blast furnace. Thus, coking coal demand is derived from the demand for steel. Coke is only used in steel plants that employ basic oxygen (open-hearth) furnaces.
Selenium is a nonmetal that rarely occurs in its elemental state in nature. It exists in both conductive and non conductive forms. It is toxic in large doses; however it is a necessary nutrient for animals. Selenium has photovoltaic action and photoconductive action. It can convert electricity from a.c. to d.c. There are many more uses for selenium. Some of the major applications include:
Selenium can convert light into electricity, but also shows electrical resistance decreasing with increasing illumination. Selenium is a good candidate in production of photocells, exposure meters, photo copy machines and solar cells.
Selenium has the ability to convert a.c. electricity to d.c. electricity. It is used commonly in rectifiers.
Selenium is used in the toning of photographic prints. It is also sold as a toner. Selenium's use intensifies the tonal range of photographic images, and also improves permanence of prints.
Chemical Element FeSe Available Purity 50 % - 50 % Available Forms Powder Packing Unit 50 kg drums
Zn 25 - 30 % Cu: 0.50 % S: 14.00 % Fe: 0.25 % Ca: 2.70%Zinc is a bluish-white, lustrous metal. It is brittle at ordinary temperatures but malleable at 100 to 150°C. It is a reasonable conductor of electricity, and burns in air at high red heat with evolution of white clouds of the oxide. Zinc can be produced pyrometallurgically or hydrometallurgically, depending on the type of ore used as a charge. In the pyrometallurgical process, ore concentrate containing lead, zinc, or both is fed, in some cases after sintering, into a primary smelter. Zinc concentration is in the range of 40-60%, with sulfur content in sulfidic ores in the range of 26-34%. Ores with a mixture of lead and zinc concentrate usually have lower respective metal concentrations. During sintering, a blast of hot air or oxygen is used to oxidize the sulfur present in the feed to sulfur dioxide (SO2).
Tin Concentrate of 60-70% Tin is a soft, silvery white metal with a bluish tinge, employed since antiquity in the traditional form of bronze, its alloy with copper. Tin very rarely occurs uncombined in nature; the dioxide (stannic oxide, SnO2), which occurs as cassiterite, or tinstone, is the only ore of commercial importance. The metal is prepared from cassiterite by heating it in the reverberatory furnace. The ore from the mines is first given special treatment, and the "concentrates" thus obtained are mixed with coal in the furnaces.
Pb.. 70 - 72 %. Zn.. 4.5. % Fe.. 3. % Ag. ppm. 3100 - 3300.It is a silvery-gray crystalline solid substance. It is insoluble in water and denser than water. It easily penetrates the soil to contaminate groundwater and nearby waterways. Contact may mildly irritate skin, eyes, and mucous membranes. It may be mildly toxic by ingestion, inhalation and skin absorption. Lead can be produced pyro-metallurgically or hydro-metallurgically, depending on the type of ore used as a charge. In the pyro-metallurgical process, ore concentrate containing lead, zinc, or both is fed, in some cases after sintering, into a primary smelter. Lead concentrations can be 50-70%, and the sulfur content of sulfidic ores is in the range of 15-20%. Ores with a mixture of lead and zinc concentrate usually have lower respective metal concentrations. During sintering, a blast of hot air or oxygen is used to oxidize the sulfur present in the feed to sulfur dioxide (SO2). Blast furnaces are used in conventional processes for reduction and refining of lead compounds to produce lead.
GRADE A SPEC: Si:55%-65%, Ca:28% min, C:1% max Al:1.6%-2.4%, P: 0.04%max, S: 0.05%max SIZE:0-3mm, 1-10mm, 10-100mm, 90% MIN Packing:1MT Bag GRADE B SPEC: Si:55%-65%, Ca:28% min, C:1% max Al:1.6%-2.4%, P: 0.04%max, S: 0.05%max SIZE:0-3mm, 1-10mm, 10-100mm, 90%min Packing:1MT Bag Silicon Calcium Cored Wire Spec: Ca:30%min; Si:55-65%min; Al:1.6-2.4%max; Wire: DIA:16mm+/-0.5mm Sheath thickness :0.40mm+/-0.05mm powder weight: 330G/M+ (+/-0.5%) Steel sheath weight:165g/m(+/-5%) Wire weight:495g/m(+/-5%) Coil length :4000-5100m Coil Height: 1050mm Coil ID:550MM Coil OD:1150mm Packing: Coil insteel storie , in steel cage , dampproof film,connect steel tube Coil pay-off
Calcium and Silicon both have a strong chemical affinity for oxygen. Especially calcium which has a strong chemical affinity for oxygen, sulphur and nitrogen too. Calcium Silicon is a potent deoxidiser and desulfuriser utilised in the production of high grade steels. In addition, Calcium Silicon is used to control the shape, size and distribution of oxide and sulfide inclusions and improving fluidity, machinability, ductility, and impact properties of the final product
Calcium Silicon can be obtained in lumps, crushed or powder form.
product brand number chemical compositions(%) grain size Si≥ Ca Ba Al Fe The barium alloy of silicon BaSi-A 70 1.0-1.5 1.5-2.0 1.5-2.2 remain 0.1-0.4mm 0.4-3.0mm 3.0-8.0mm 5.0-150mm BaSi-B 69 1.0-2.0 1.0-1.5 ≤1.8 remain BaSi-C 68 1.0-2.0 1.0-2.0 1.4-2.2 remain BaSi-D 68 0.8-1.2 0.8-1.2 1.4-2.2 remain package ton sack or 25kg Double-deck plastic braided bag usage It was used in producing Cast and pregnant with the pharmaceutical and Inoculate the pharmaceutical remarks the serial product can be produced and processed according to customer`s need Product II Specifications: 1.Ba: 2-3%, Ca:1-1.5%, Al:1-1.5%, Si:70-78% Size : 0.2-0.7mm,1-3mm, 3-6mm 2.Ba:2-3%, Ca:1-1.5%, Al:1 -1.5%, Si:70-75%, RE:3-4% Size : 0.2-0.7mm,1-3mm, 3-6mm 3.Ba:10%, Ca:1-1.5%, Al:1-1.5%, Si:60-65% Size : 0.2-0.7mm,1-3mm, 3-6mm Product III Specifications: 1) FeBa25Si40: Ba 25% (min.), Si 40% (min.), Al 3.0% (max.), Mn 0.40% (max.), C 0.30% (max.), P 0.04% (max.), S 0.04% (max.) 2) FeBa20Si45: Ba 20% (min.), Si 45% (min.), Al 3.0% (max.), Mn 0.40% (max.), C 0.30% (max.), P 0.04% (max.), S 0.04% (max.) 3) FeBa15Si50: Ba 15% (min.), Si 50% (min.), Al 3.0% (max.), Mn 0.40% (max.), C 0.30% (max.), P 0.04% (max.), S 0.04% (max.) 4) FeBa10Si55: Ba 10% (min.), Si 55% (min.), Al 3.0% (max.), Mn 0.40% (max.), C 0.20% (max.), P 0.04% (max.), S 0.04% (max.) 5) FeBa5Si60: Ba 5% (min.), Si 60% (min.), Al 2.0% (max.), Mn 0.40% (max.), C 0.20% (max.), P 0.04% (max.), S 0.04% (max.) 6) FeBa2Si65: Ba 2% (min.), Si 65% (min.), Al 2.0% (max.), Mn 0.40% (max.), C 0.20% (max.), P 0.04% (max.), S 0.04% (max.)
Hard, gray, metallic element, Tungsten was discovered in 1783 by Juan Jose and Fausto de Elhuyar of Spain. It has an abundance of 1.5 ppm in the earth's crust and is primarily found in scheelite (CaWO4) and wolframite [(Fe,Mn)WO4] ores. Tungsten is mined in China, Malaya, Mexico, Canada, Bolivia, Peru, and the U.S (Texas, Alaska). Metallic tungsten has the highest melting point of all metals. It is added to steel alloys to increase strength and corrosion resistance. Metallic tungsten is used as wires and filaments in electric lamps and furnaces. It is also used for thermocouples, spark plugs, electrical contacts, and cutting tools.
Dead burned Magnesia Is used almost exclusively for refractory applications in the form of basic bricks and granular refractories. Deadburned magnesia has the highest melting point of all common refractory oxides and is the most suitable heat containment material for high temperature processes in the steel industry. DEAD BURNT MAGNESIA Code DBM 97.5 DBM-M97 DBM-M96 DBM-M95 DBM-M94 DBM-M92 DBM-MP90 MgO % Min 97.5 96..90 96.00 95.00 93.50 91.50 89.50 CaO% Max 0.55 0.60 0.75 2.00 2.50 3.40 3.50 SiO2 % Max 1.50 1.65 2.45 2.00 3.40 4.50 6.00 Al2O3% Max 0.10 0.20 9.20 0.20 0.25 0.25 0.35 Fe2O3 % 0.25 0.45 0.45 0.15 0.20 0.20 0.60 L.O.I Max 0.10 0.10 0/10 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.05 B.D 3.38 3.38 3.38 3.36 3.35 3.33 3.18 P.D 50-120 50-120 50-120 50-100 40-100 40-100 30-70 APPLICATION Basic magnesia bricks are used in furnaces, ladles and secondary refining vessels and in cement and glass making kilns.
Anthracite coal Anthracite is a hard, compact variety of mineral coal that has a high luster. It has the highest carbon count and contains the fewest impurities of all coals, despite its lower calorific content. Anthracite coal is the highest of the metamorphic rank, in which the carbon content is between 92% and 98%. The term is applied to those varieties of coal which do not give off tarry or other hydrocarbon vapours when heated below their point of ignition. Anthracite ignites with difficulty and burns with a short, blue, and smokeless flame. Other terms which refer to anthracite are blue coal, hard coal, stone coal, blind coal and black diamond. The principal use of anthracite today is for a domestic fuel in either hand-fired stoves or automatic stoker furnaces. It delivers high energy per its weight and burns cleanly with little soot, making it ideal for this purpose. Its high value makes it prohibitively expensive for power plant use. Other uses include the fine particles used as filter media.
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