Supply Carbon Ammonium Chloride
Ammonium bicarbonate (Ammonium bicarbonate) is a carbonate of ammonia with the molecular formula NH4HCO3. Carbon dioxide can also be passed into ammonium carbonate solution to obtain ammonium bicarbonate. It is a white powder with a strong ammonia smell and is easily soluble in water. Ammonium bicarbonate solution will release carbon dioxide when placed in the air or heated, and the solution will also become alkaline.
The chemical properties of ammonium bicarbonate are not very stable. Ammonium bicarbonate is easily decomposed by heat, generating ammonia (NH3), water (H2O), and carbon dioxide (CO2). The chemical equation is: NH4HCO3==heating==NH3↑+H2O+CO2↑ Among them, the ammonia gas has a special ammonia smell, so there will be a pungent smell in the place where ammonium bicarbonate fertilizer is piled for a long time. .
Used as a nitrogen fertilizer, suitable for various soils, can provide both ammonium nitrogen and carbon dioxide required for crop growth, but low nitrogen content, easy to agglomerate; used as an analytical reagent, also used for synthesis of ammonium salts and fabric degreasing; Used as a chemical fertilizer; it can promote crop growth and photosynthesis, promote seedlings to grow leaves, can be used as top dressing, or as base fertilizer for direct application.
In rural my country, ammonium bicarbonate is an important nitrogen fertilizer used by farmers. The nitrogen content of pure ammonium bicarbonate is about 17.72%. During storage and transportation, the nitrogen contained in it is easy to volatilize and lose. In order to identify its quality and determine the amount of fertilizer applied in the field, it is necessary to determine its nitrogen content.
Industrial ammonium chloride (Ammonium Chloride Tech Grade) is a colorless crystal or white crystalline powder; it is odorless, tastes salty and cool; it has hygroscopicity. Easily soluble in water, slightly soluble in ethanol. It is a strong electrolyte that dissolves in water and ionizes ammonium ions and chloride ions. When ammonia gas and hydrogen chloride are combined to form ammonium chloride, there will be white smoke. Odorless. The taste is salty, cool and slightly bitter. It has low moisture absorption, but it can also absorb moisture and agglomerate in humid and rainy weather.
Industrial ammonium chloride is mainly used in dry batteries, storage batteries, ammonium salts, tanning, electroplating, precision casting, medicine, photography, electrodes, adhesives, as well as beneficiation, metallurgy and other industries. With the electronics industry and non-ferrous metal smelting industry more and more The more it has become an important industry in the national economy, the use of industrial ammonium chloride has become more extensive.
Storage and transportation:
Carbon ammonia ammonium chloride should be stored in a cool, ventilated and dry warehouse, and be protected from moisture. Avoid co-storage and transportation with acids and alkalis. Protect from rain and hot sun during transportation. Be careful when loading and unloading to prevent damage to the package. In case of fire, water, sand, carbon dioxide fire extinguishers can be used to put out the fire.