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Inorganic Chemistry

Inorganic chemistry is the science of experimental research and theoretical explanation of the properties of all elements and their compounds and their reactions except hydrocarbons and their derivatives.

Industrial Gases

Industrial gas is a bottled compressed liquid gas, which is in a gaseous state at normal temperature and pressure. There are many types of gas, and it is mainly used in various industrial manufacturing. There are many types of gas products, which can be roughly divided into two categories: general industrial gas and special gas. General industrial gas production and sales are large, but the purity requirements are not high. Although the production and sales of special gases are small, they have extremely strict requirements on the purity or composition of different special gases, the maximum allowable content of harmful impurities, and the packaging, storage and transportation of products. .

Coating Materials

Coating is a solid continuous film obtained by one-time application of paint. It is a thin layer of plastic applied to metal, fabric, plastic and other substrates for protection, insulation, decoration and other purposes. The paint can be gaseous, liquid, or solid, and the type and state of the paint are usually determined according to the substrate to be sprayed.

Silica gel

Silica gel alias: Silicic acid gel, is a highly active adsorption material, which is an amorphous substance. The main component of silica gel is silica, which is chemically stable and does not burn. Generally speaking, silica gel can be divided into two categories: organic silica gel and inorganic silica gel according to its properties and components.

Inorganic Salts

Inorganic salts are mineral nutrients that exist in the body and in food. Most inorganic salts in cells exist in the form of ions and are composed of organic and inorganic substances. . At present, the human body has found more than 20 species, of which a large number of elements are calcium Ca, phosphorus P, potassium K, sulfur S, sodium Na, chlorine Cl, magnesium Mg, trace elements are iron Fe, zinc Zn, selenium Se, molybdenum Mo, fluorine F , Chromium Cr, cobalt Co, iodine I, etc.
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