|B2O3:||68% Min||CAS NO:||1330-43-3|
Detergent Anhydrous Boric Aci,
1330-43-3 Anhydrous Borax Powder,
Colorless Anhydrous Borax Powder
Borax anhydrous is also called borax, dehydrated borax, anhydrous borax.
it's an important compound because it can be used to produce sodium borohydride
which is one of the best chemicals that carry hydrogen and releases hydrogen
In addition, a product processing unit based on the method of powder
atomization is designed and manufactured. After manufacturing works, a set of
experiments is performed and anhydrous borax is produced.
Borax anhydrous is made by burning or fusing hydrated borax. It thus contains
little or no water of crystallization and does not rehydrate under normal storage
conditions.Pyrobor is water soluble, but considerably less so than raw borax .This
material does not puff or swell during melting, and melts easier . Pyrobor is an
excellent glass former, it does not puff or swell during melting thus fewer
production problems result.This material is used as a source of B2O3 in the
manufacture of many different types of borosilicate glass, including heat and
chemical resistant glasses,illumination glasses, optical lenses, medical and
cosmetic containers, hollowmicrospheres and glass beads. It has a higher bulk
density and melts more rapidly than raw forms of borax. It also provides a source of
►Chemical & Physical Information
|Chemical name||Borax Anhydrous|
|Type of chemical||Ionic compound (salt)|
|CAS number||1330-43-4 (anhydrous)|
|Molar mass||201.22 g·mol|
|Melting point||741 °C|
|Boiling point||300 °C|
|Soluble||Not in alcohol and ether|
|Solubility (water, 20 °C)||27 g·L (anhydrous)|
|Appearance||White crystalline solid|
1. Detergent and soaps .
2. Material for glass .
While borax anhydrous is a natural ingredient, it's still toxic, and should be kept
out of reach of children and pets. If you use it to make your own products, be sure
to label the containers with all of the ingredients, just in case there's ever an
accidental ingestion. You may know what's in your concoction, but other people in
your household may not.Treat borax with the same care that you would any other
cleaning product, and you shouldn't have any problems.
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