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Q soda ash light and dense difference
A soda ash light and dense difference
There are two main types of soda ash products, soda ash dense and soda ash light. There is no difference in the chemical formula between the two soda ash. The biggest difference lies in the difference in physical properties, such as bulk density, particle size and shape. Generally, the density of light soda ash is 500-600kg/m3, and the density of heavy soda ash is 1000-1200kg/m3. The uses of heavy soda ash and light soda ash are also slightly different.
Q How should we do if our customs finds the goods are short or damaged?
A We propose to have the goods inspected immediately when our clients receiced the goods .If the inspection comfirm that the goods is short than the order or damaged ,compensation will be allowed at once. We will pay the money to our clients directly,meanwhile most of time we do the business according to CIF term,so we will try our best to get another compensation from insurance company for our clients.
Q what is the difference between sodium nitrite and sodium nitrate?
ANitrate is made up of one nitrogen atom and three oxygen atoms while nitrite is made up of one nitrogen atoms and only two oxygen atoms. They only differ by one oxygen atom, yet they are found in different environments .
Q What's caustic soda used for?
Caustic Soda is one of the most widely used chemicals in the industry. Caustic soda is a solution of Sodium hydroxide (NaOH) in water. It is a strong base with a wide range of applications in different industries. We produce caustic soda together with chlorine and hydrogen from the electrolysis of salt brine.
Q Is caustic soda the same as baking soda?
ACaustic soda is another name for sodium hydroxide, commonly referred to as lye. Washing soda is sodium carbonate. (And while we're at it, baking soda or cookingsoda is sodium bicarbonate.) ... Caustic soda is extremely alkaline, enough to cause severe chemical skin burns (it attacks the proteins of the skin).