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Title: inorganic salt technology

Price: 268 yuan

Author: Ning Yansheng series

Publishing House: Chemical Industry Press

Publication date: 2013-10-01


Words: 2166 words

Page number: 1289

Revision: 1

Binding: hardcover

Folio: 16 open

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Inorganic salt technology is suitable for the technical personnel engaged in the production and research of inorganic salt, and it is also a reference for teachers and students of inorganic chemical engineering in Colleges and universities.


This book is divided into four chapters, general introduction, basic materials, process and equipment, product chapter.
General including the nomenclature and classification of inorganic salt products, the history of the history of the development process of China inorganic salt and inorganic salt product is summarized, the status and role of expression of inorganic salt in the national economy in china. The basic material chapter introduces several forms of raw material sources for the production of inorganic salts. Included in the production often involves unit process of inorganic salt production process and main equipment parts, such as filtration, membrane filtration (Technology), crystallization, evaporation, drying and crushing. Product chapter is the focus of this book, included in the inorganic salts of more than 18 kinds of 150 varieties of the main nature, specifications, analysis methods, production processes and so on.
This book is suitable for inorganic salt production, research of technical personnel reference, but also for college inorganic chemical professional teachers and students reference.


The first chapter
Chapter 1 Introduction to inorganic salt 2
Section 1 nomenclature and classification of inorganic salt products 2
The development history of second inorganic salt products 7
Third development history of inorganic salt technology 13
Main references 31
The second chapter physical and chemical properties of inorganic salt 33
Section 1 material form 33
Second section chemical structure 39
Third section physical and chemical properties 49
Main references 70
The third chapter: the status and role of inorganic salt in China's national economy 72
Section 1 general situation of application of inorganic salt 72
The second quarter of China's inorganic salt production scale and the gap with foreign countries 75
Main references 77
Second basic materials
The fourth chapter chemical mineral 80
Section 1. The role and function of chemical minerals in the production of inorganic salts 80
86 boron ore second
Third fluorine ore 88
Fourth natural base 89
The fifth section 90 celestite
Sixth section of Glauber's salt 91
Main references 93
The fifth chapter Saline Lake and brine 94
Section 1 Saline Lake and brine resources survey 94
Progress of second domestic Saline Lake development 95
Main references 97
The sixth chapter industrial waste and agricultural and sideline products 98
Section 1 industrial solid waste 98
Second industrial waste gas, industrial waste liquid and agricultural and sideline products 99
Main references 100
The seventh chapter is the development trend of efficient utilization of raw materials at home and abroad 101
Development strategy and technology development of mineral raw materials in foreign countries 102
The second section of our country low grade ore utilization present situation and its inorganic salt raw material processing technology new progress 102
Main references 104
Third processes and equipment
The eighth chapter crushing 106
Section 1 basic knowledge of comminution 106
Second grades of basic knowledge 114
Third section crushing and grading process 116
Fourth grinding media and grinding aids 118
Selection of fifth section crushing and classifying equipment 121
Sixth section crushing equipment 125
Main references 141
The ninth chapter evaporation 142
Section 1 basic concepts 142
The main parameters of the second section 153
The development trend of third section evaporation technology 163
Process design of fourth evaporator unit 163
Fifth general equipment 168
Main references 180
The tenth chapter crystallization 183
Section 1 basic concepts 183
Second crystallization thermodynamics 190
Third crystallization kinetics 200
Fourth section crystallization method and technology 207
Fifth section industrial crystallization equipment 213
Main references 236
The eleventh chapter filtration and separation 239
Section 1 overview 239
Second section filtration separation principle 240
Section third material properties 244
Fourth flocculation and coagulation technology 247
Fifth filter aid and filter aid 252
Filtration and application of filter cake in sixth filter cake filtration 258
Seventh filter media and selection of 259
Type selection and test of eighth section filtration and separation equipment 267
Ninth Section separation machinery development and energy saving type separation machinery 274
Application of tenth section filtration and separation machine in inorganic salt industry 278
Main references 281
The twelfth chapter membrane separation 282
Section 1 overview 282
Second film process 283
Third section membrane assembly and equipment 284
Application of fourth section membrane technology in inorganic salt industry 298
Main references 301
The thirteenth chapter drying 303
Section 1 basic concepts of drying 303
The nature and humidity diagram of second humid air 304
Selection principle of third section dryer 308
Fourth main dryer forms and operating parameters 310
Main references 346
Fourth product articles
Fourteenth chapter barium strontium compound 348
The first section of 348 barium sulfide
Second section barium chloride 352
Third section barium carbonate 362
Fourth section barium sulfate 368
Fifth sections of barium hydroxide monohydrate 372
Sixth section eight water barium hydroxide 373
Seventh section strontium carbonate 377
Eighth section metal strontium 385
Ninth segment strontium chloride 391
Tenth segment strontium nitrate 395
Eleventh section strontium hydroxide 398
Main references 402
The fifteenth chapter calcium magnesium compound 404
Section 1 calcium carbonate 404
Second segment magnesium chloride 429
Third Magnesium Sulfate 440
Fourth section magnesium carbonate 450
Fifth magnesium hydroxide 465
Sixth Magnesium Oxide 478
Main references 500
Sixteenth chapter zirconium, titanium, vanadium compound 501
The first zirconium compound 501
Second titanium compounds 514
Third vanadium compounds 548
Main references 563
The seventeenth chapter potassium compound 565
Section 1 potassium chloride 565
Second section potassium carbonate 575
Third potassium nitrate 581
Fourth potassium sulfate 590
Section fifth potassium hydroxide (caustic soda) 598
Main references 608
The eighteenth chapter aluminium compound 609
Section 1 alumina and aluminium hydroxide 609
Second sodium aluminate 621
Third section strontium aluminate 624
Fourth section six calcium aluminate 628
Fifth aluminium sulfate 632
The sixth section aluminum potassium sulfate 636
Seventh ammonium aluminum sulfate 640
Eighth polymeric aluminum chloride 642
Main references 649
The nineteenth chapter of zinc and lead compound 652
The first section of the Zinc Oxide 652
The second section 664 zinc chloride
The third section of lithopone 667
The fourth section was 672
The fifth section 675 zinc phosphate
The sixth section of zinc acetate 679
Seventh yellow 680
Eighth red 682
The main references 685
The twentieth chapter of 686 fluorine compounds
The first section outlines the 686 fluoride
Section 2 hydrogen fluoride 688
Section third of 697 aluminum fluoride
The fourth section 707 cryolite
The fifth section of inorganic fluoride salt 718
The main references 728
The twenty-first chapter chromium compounds 730
The first section of chromium and chromium compounds the properties and uses of 730
The second section and 734 sodium chromate sodium dichromate
The third section of chromic anhydride 751
The fourth section 758 chromium oxide
The fifth section 765 basic chromium sulfate
The sixth section of potassium chromate and potassium dichromate 770
The main references 773
The twenty-second chapter 774 silicon compounds
The first section of sodium silicate 774
The second section 791 sodium metasilicate
The third section of silicon sol 794
Section fourth, silica gel 803
The fifth section of white carbon black 820
The main references 834
The twenty-third chapter 836 hydrogen peroxide
The main references 858
The twenty-fourth chapter 862 lithium compounds
The first section of lithium carbonate 862
The second section of lithium hydroxide monohydrate 876
The third section 880 lithium manganate
The fourth section 889 lithium cobalt oxide
The fifth section six fluorine lithium phosphate 895
The sixth section 900 lithium iron phosphate
Seventh section 909 of nickel cobalt lithium manganate
The main references 916
The twenty-fifth chapter phosphate 919
The first section outlines 919
The raw material and product second phosphate 924
The third section 944 phosphide
The basic theory of fourth phosphate 954
The fifth section is 959 sodium phosphate
The sixth section 969 sodium pyrophosphate
The seventh section 974 of sodium tripolyphosphate
The eighth section of the six partial sodium phosphate 984
The Ninth Section of the three partial sodium phosphate, sodium monofluorophosphate, aluminum phosphate, sodium chloride and 990 sodium phosphate three
The tenth section is potassium phosphate 995
The eleventh section 1007 potassium pyrophosphate
The twelfth section 1010 potassium tripolyphosphate
The thirteenth section of calcium phosphate salt 1014
The fourteenth section is 1054 ammonium phosphate
The fifteenth section 1074 ammonium polyphosphate
The sixteenth section aluminum phosphate salt 1080
The seventeenth section of phosphate and phosphoric acid 1091 times
The eighteenth section and 1095 phosphate phosphite
The main references 1101
The twenty-sixth chapter chlorate 1103
The first section of 1103 sodium chlorate
The second section 1112 potassium chlorate
The third section 1116 potassium perchlorate
The fourth section 1119 ammonium perchlorate
Section 5 sodium perchlorate 1122
The sixth section 1124 sodium chlorite
The main references 1132
The twenty-seventh chapter of sulfide and sulfate 1134
The first section of the 1134 industrial sodium sulfide
The second section of anhydrous sodium sulfate 1143
Section 3 sodium hydrosulfide 1153
The fourth section 1162 industrial sodium thiosulfate
In Section 5, sodium dithionite (hydros) 1171
The main references 1178
The twenty-eighth chapter boron compounds 1180
The first section of 1180 boric acid
The second section 1189 borax
The third section of boron oxide 1201
The fourth section of amorphous boron 1202
The fifth section of boron carbide 1204
The sixth section 1206 boron nitride
The seventh section 1209 zinc borate
The eighth section 1211 sodium perborate
The Ninth Section of calcium metaborate 1212
The tenth section 1214 borate whiskers
The eleventh section 1216 TiB2
The twelfth section three boron fluoride 1217
The thirteenth section LaBx 1219
The main references 1219
The twenty-ninth chapter cyanocomplexes 1220
The first section of hydrocyanic acid 1220
The second section 1233 sodium cyanide
The third section 1243 potassium cyanide
The fourth section of sodium thiocyanate 1246
The fifth section cyanocuprate 1250
In section sixth, 1254 silver cyanide Potassium Silver Cyanide
The seventh section 1257 potassium aurous cyanide
The eighth section 1260 potassium and sodium ferrocyanide
The thirtieth chapter nitrate 1263
The first section of porous ammonium nitrate and ammonium nitrate 1263
The second section of sodium nitrite and sodium nitrate 1277
The main references 1289

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