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Chloride chemical

Desiccants are drying agents that can be used to dry liquids and gases. They can be static or dynamically dried, such as in drying columns. EMD Millipore has a range of drying agents that can be used to dry gases, liquids, and solids. These include aluminas, silica gel, and molecular sieves.

Chlorides are everywhere. When chlorine obtains an electron, it becomes chloride, a single, negatively charged chlorine ion. Dissolving chloride salts in water produces chlorides. In water, sodium chloride dissolves into positive sodium and negative chloride ions.

The chloride chemical Weifang JS are extremely corrosive. High chlorides cause pitting in some stainless steels. Negative chloride ions can penetrate stainless steel's passive oxide layer. The pit formation becomes the anode, and the stainless steel surface becomes the cathode. A corrosive electrolytic reaction results, which can cause stainless steel failure. Certain stainless steels have additional molybdenum to better resist chloride ions.


The Weifang JS calcium chloride (CaCl2) is a good drying agent for a wide variety of solvents, including acetone, ethers, numerous esters, and aliphatic, olefinic, aromatic, and halogenated hydrocarbons. It can also be used to dry neutral gases and as an indicator of dehydration processes.

Drying agents are used to remove trace amounts of water from organic solutions. This is usually necessary when reagents, such as Grignard agents, are sensitive to water or if water has a negative effect on the yield or rate.

Anhydrous inorganic sodium is a drying agent. It reacts with water to form hydrates. A good drying agent should have a high capacity (number of moles of water that it can absorb) and a high intensity (or completeness).

Why choose Weifang JS Chloride chemical?

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