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Plants Ammonium Sulphate Granular/Amonium Sulphate

Min.Order Quantity 1 pcs
Price Negotiable

Product Features

Specification:

Items Result
Purity 99%
N ≥% 20.5
Moisture ≥% 0.2
Free Acid% 0.032
Fe ≤% 0.007
As≤% 0.00005
Heavy Metal ≤% 0.005
Water insoluble ≤% 0.01

Properties:

Ammonium sulphate (Caprolactam Grade) is the Top Grade Quality. The product includes very low percent of water, little acid, and also with high purity and the color is very white. It is not only can be directly used as fertilizer, but also be applied in textile and leather industries. The density is 1.77g/cm3. Its melting point is 235℃ Solubility: 70.1g at 0℃;102g at 100℃,insoluble in alcohol and acetone.

Storage and transportation:

Stored in cool,dry and ventilated warehouse. It must not be put together with Alkali stuffs,such as lime,cement,etc.

Do not expose it to sunlight and rain during transportation. Do not damage the packing bags.

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Ammonium sulfate - Wikipedia

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Ammonium Sulphate - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

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