Barium Sulfide (BaS)

Other Trading Names:

  • Einecs 244-214-4
  • Sulfurated Baryta
  • Barium Monosulfide
  • Bariumpolysulphide

CAS Number: 21109-95-5

HS Code: 283329

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  • 20kg/ Carton
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Purity

99%

 

Index

First Grade

Qualified Grade

Barium Sulfide content(%)

98

96

Volatile matter at 105 ºC(%)

0.3

0.5

Water soluble content(%)

0.3

0.5

Moisture(%)

0.15

0.15

PH value of water suspended matter

6.5-8.0

6.5-9.0

Oil absorption

10-30

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Iron (Fe) content(%)

0.004

-

Proportion

4.0-4.5

4.0-4.2

Degree

325 mesh, 400 mesh, 600 mesh, 1250 mesh, 2000 days, 3000 mesh, 6000 mesh

Chemical Description

  • It has superior physical properties, less mechanical impurities, and extremely uniform fineness. It is an amorphous white powder, non-toxic, insoluble in water, soluble in oleum, slightly soluble in boiling hydrochloric acid, and stable in chemical properties.
  • Barium sulfide (BaS) belongs to the inorganic compound that possesses different characters, which allows it to be applied in a variety of fields.
  • It is primarily used as an important precursor to produce other barium compounds, such as barium carbonate as well as the pigment lithopone (ZnS•BaSO4).
  • Similar to other chalcogenides of the alkaline earth metals, barium sulfide can be employed as a short short wavelength emitter for electronic displays and used in electronics, paint pigments, dehairing hides, flame retardant, luminous paints, and producing pure hydrogen sulfide. Besides, barium sulfide is effective to deviate X-rays and helps to give a clear image of the soft tissue.
  • Colorless crystalline solid; density 4.25 g/cm3; refractive index 2.155; melts at 1,200°C; soluble in water (decomposes); insoluble in alcohol.
  • Barium sulfide occurs in the form of black ash, which is a gray to black impure product obtained from high temperature carbonaceous reduction of barite.
  • It is the starting material in the manufacture of most barium compounds including barium chloride and barium carbonate.
  • It is used in luminous paints; for dehairing hides; as a flame retardant; and for generating H2S.
  • Barium sulfide has different characters, so it is used in a variety of ways, such as in electronics, paint pigments, dehairing hides, flame retardant, luminous paints, and generating pure hydrogen sulfide.
  • Barium sulfide can deviate X-rays and helps to give a clear image of the soft tissue. Barium sulfide is a precursor to other barium compounds and also used as a short wavelength emitter for electronic displays.
  • A poison. Flammable by spontaneous chemical reaction, air, moisture, or acid fumes may cause it to ignite. For explosion and disaster hazards, see SULFIDES. To fight fire, use CO2, dry chemicals.
  • Reacts violently with phosphorus(V) oxide. Mixtures with lead dioxide, potassium chlorate, or potassium nitrite explode when heated. Incompatible with Cl2O, Ca(NO3)2, r(NO3)2, Ca(ClO3)2, Sr(ClO3)2, (ClO3)2.
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