Sri Laxmi Chemicals

Sri Laxmi Chemicals

Sri Laxmi Chemicals

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Borax Decahydrate Granular

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Eti Maden Borax Decahydrate Granular

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Minimum Order Quantity25 Kg
Grade StandardTechnical Grade
Packaging Size25 kg
Packaging TypeHDPE Bag
BrandEti Maden
FormGranules
CAS Number1303-96-4
Na2O16.24 - 17.14%
SO4135 ppm max
Chlorine70 ppm max
Iron10 ppm max
B2O336.47 to 38.5%

Borax, also known as sodium boratesodium tetraborate, or disodium tetraborate, is a compound with formula Na
2H
4B
4O
9•nH
2O or, more precisely, [Na•(H
2O)+
m]
2 [B
4O
5(OH)2−
4].

The formula is often improperly written as Na
2B
4O
7•(n+2)H
2O, reflecting an older incorrect understanding of the anion's molecular structure. The name may refer to any of a number of closely related boron-containing mineral or chemical compounds that differ in their water of crystallization content. The most commonly encountered one is the octahydrate Na
2H
4B
4O
9•8H
2O or [Na(H
2O)+
4]
2 [B
4O
5(OH)2−
2] (or Na
2B
4O
7•10H
2O, the "decahydrate", in the older notation). It is a colorless crystalline solid that dissolves in water.

Borax is a component of many detergents, cosmetics, and enamel glazes. It is used to make buffer solutions in biochemistry, as a fire retardant, as an anti-fungal compound, in the manufacture of fiberglass, as a flux in metallurgy, neutron-capture shields for radioactive sources, a texturing agent in cooking, as a cross-linking agent in slime, as an alkali in photographic developers, as a precursor for other boron compounds, and is useful as an insecticide (similarly to boric acid).

In artisanal gold mining, borax is sometimes used as part of a process (as a flux) meant to eliminate the need for toxic mercury in the gold extraction process, although it cannot directly replace mercury. Borax was reportedly used by gold miners in parts of the Philippines in the 1900s.

Borax was first discovered in dry lake beds in Tibet and was imported via the Silk Road to the Arabian Peninsula in the 8th century AD. Borax first came into common use in the late 19th century when Francis Marion Smith's Pacific Coast Borax Company began to market and popularize a large variety of applications under the 20 Mule Team Borax trademark, named for the method by which borax was originally hauled out of the California and Nevada deserts.


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Product Details:

Purity %99%
Packaging Details50 Kg Bag
Packaging Size25 kg, 50 kg
Packaging TypeHDPE Bag
Physical StatePowder, Granules
Grade StandardTechnical Grade
Country of OriginMade in India
Purity99.5%
BrandMorarji - THE DHARAMSI MORARJI

Borax Decahydrate is the refined form of natural sodium borate.

Borax, also known as sodium boratesodium tetraborate, or disodium tetraborate, is a compound with formula Na
2H
4B
4O
9•nH
2O or, more precisely, [Na•(H
2O)+
m]
2 [B
4O
5(OH)2−
4].
The formula is often improperly written as Na
2B
4O
7•(n+2)H
2O, reflecting an older incorrect understanding of the anion's molecular structure. The name may refer to any of a number of closely related boron-containing mineral or chemical compounds that differ in their water of crystallization content. The most commonly encountered one is the octahydrate Na
2H
4B
4O
9•8H
2O or [Na(H
2O)+
4]
2 [B
4O
5(OH)2−
2] (or Na
2B
4O
7•10H
2O, the "decahydrate", in the older notation). It is a colorless crystalline solid that dissolves in water.
Borax is a component of many detergents, cosmetics, and enamel glazes. It is used to make buffer solutions in biochemistry, as a fire retardant, as an anti-fungal compound, in the manufacture of fiberglass, as a flux in metallurgy, neutron-capture shields for radioactive sources, a texturing agent in cooking, as a cross-linking agent in slime, as an alkali in photographic developers, as a precursor for other boron compounds, and is useful as an insecticide (similarly to boric acid).
In artisanal gold mining, borax is sometimes used as part of a process (as a flux) meant to eliminate the need for toxic mercury in the gold extraction process, although it cannot directly replace mercury. Borax was reportedly used by gold miners in parts of the Philippines in the 1900s.
Borax was first discovered in dry lake beds in Tibet and was imported via the Silk Road to the Arabian Peninsula in the 8th century AD. Borax first came into common use in the late 19th century when Francis Marion Smith's Pacific Coast Borax Company began to market and popularize a large variety of applications under the 20 Mule Team Borax trademark, named for the method by which borax was originally hauled out of the California and Nevada deserts.


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