Soda Ash Light

Soda Ash Light

60 USD ($)/Container

Product Details:

  • Molecular Formula Na2CO3
  • Density 2.54 g/cm3 Gram per cubic meter (g/m3)
  • Melting Point 851 °C
  • Storage Room Temperature
  • Other Names Sodium carbonate
  • Form Powder
  • Solubility water
  • Supply Ability : 25000 Ton Per Month
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Price And Quantity

  • 25 MT Ton
  • 60 USD ($)/Container
  • 55.00 - 54.00 USD ($)/Container

Product Specifications

  • Powder
  • Other
  • Sodium carbonate
  • Room Temperature
  • 497-19-8
  • Other
  • powder
  • 105.99 g/mol Grams (g)
  • Soda ash light
  • water
  • Industrial Grade
  • 497-19-8
  • Industrial
  • 851 °C
  • 2.54 g/cm3 Gram per cubic meter (g/m3)
  • Na2CO3

Trade Information

  • 25000 Ton Per Month
  • 7 Days
  • Yes
  • Free samples are available
  • Africa, Middle East, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, South America, North America, Central America, Australia, Asia
  • All India

Product Description

Soda Ash Light
  • Sodium Carbonate Decahydrate (Natron), Na2co3·10h2o, Which Readily Effloresces to Form the Monohydrate.
  • Sodium Carbonate Heptahydrate (Not Known in Mineral Form), Na2co3â·7h2o.
  • Sodium Carbonate Monohydrate (Thermonatrite), Na2co3.h2o. Also Known as Crystal Carbonate.
  • Anhydrous Sodium Carbonate, Also Known as Calcined Soda, is Formed by Heating the Hydrates. It is Also Formed When Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate is Heated (Calcined) E.g. In the Final Step of the Solvay Process.
The Decahydrate is Formed From Water Solutions Crystallizing in the Temperature Range -2.1 to +32.0 C, the Heptahydrate in the Narrow Range 32.0 to 35.4 C and Above This Temperature the Monohydrate Forms.[13] in Dry Air the Decahydrate and Heptahydrate Lose Water to Give the Monohydrate. Other Hydrates Have Been Reported, E.g. With 2.5 Units of Water Per Sodium Carbonate Unit ("Pentahemihydrate")


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