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Ddbac Dimethyle Benzyle Ammonium Chloride Yellowish Transparent Liquid Bkc 50%

Model Number 50%
Min.Order Quantity 1 pcs
Price Negotiable

Product Features

Application:
1. The polymer body contains strong cationic group radical and activated-adsorbent group radical which can destabilize and flocculate the suspended solids and the negative-charged water soluble matters in the waste water through electro-neutralization and bridging adsorption. It is very effective in flocculating, decoloring, killing algae and removing organics.
2. The product enjoys small dosage but can cause big flocs, rapid precipitation and low turbidity residue, and it can also produce small amount of sludge. It is adaptable to wide range of pH value, between 4.0 and 10.0.
3. It is smelless, tasteless and harmless. It can be widely used to treat source water and sewage water. 

Product Benefits:
1.Chemically stable at pH 2-10
2.Broad spectrum efficacy for bacteria, fungi and algae
3.Low use level and low odor
4.Can be diluted by hard water
5.Compatible with many surfactants and other ingredients

Ammonium Chloride - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

All cascade reactions are performed in ammonium chloride buffer (2 M, pH 8.7) containing a catalytic concentration of NAD+ (1 mM) in a total volume of 3 mL in 

Ammonium chloride - Wikipedia

A 5% by weight solution of ammonium chloride in water has a pH in the range 4.6 to 6.0. Some of ammonium chloride's reactions with other chemicals are endothermic like its reaction with barium hydroxide and its dissolving in water

Ammonium chloride | NH4Cl - PubChem

Ammonium chloride helps maintain pH and exerts a mild diuretic effect. This acid forming salt also exerts an expectorant effect by irritating the mucous membranes 

What exactly does "adjusting 8mM Ammonium Chloride" to

Ammonium chloride is the salt of a weak base and a strong acid, so it is acidic. You need to add base to raise the pH. Using ammonium hydroxide makes sense 

The pH of aqueous ammonium chloride solution i

Ammonium chloride (NH4Cl) is a salt of strong acid HCl and weak base (ammonia). Such salts are acidic in nature with pH less than 7

How to determine the pH of a solution of ammonium chloride

NH3 is a weak base, but HCl is a strong acid. So the solution of NH4Cl should be slightly acidic. In fact, a 5% solution of NH4Cl has pH from 4.6 to 6.0
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