Frequently Asked Question about Zeolite
What is Zeolite
Zeolite is a special-use chemical that occurs naturally and can also be produced industrially. They are known as microporous and aluminosilicate minerals. The principal raw materials for producing the compound are alumina and silica.
What is Zeolite used for?
Zeolite is a beneficial chemical. It has the following uses and applications:
- Zeolite can be used as an ion-exchange bed both for domestic and commercial purification in the water purification process.
- It is used as an adsorbent and catalyst commercially and in the laboratory.
- You can use it to aid light emittance in silver, making it capable of replacing an LED.
- It is used to separate techniques for Nitrogen, Noble gases, Oxygen, and Formaldehyde.
- You can use it to separate H20 and SO2 from a low-grade natural gas stream.
- As a result of its microporous ability, it can reprocess advanced nuclear waste.
- It reduces chloride permeability when added to Portland cement as a pozzolan.
- It is used in farming for soil treatment, and it is also used in detergent-making industries.
What is the chemical formula of Zeolite?
Zeolite is a complex compound. Its chemical formula is represented as Ca4.5Na3[(AlO2)12(SiO2)]. X H2O.
Is Zeolite harmful to life?
Zeolite is considered to have acute chemical toxicity. It is dangerous if exposed to the skin, eye, and nose. Ingesting the chemical is also considered harmful.
Where is Zeolite found, and what does it look like?
Zeolites are formed naturally when there is a reaction between volcanic rocks, ash layers, and alkaline groundwater. You can also produce the chemical industrially by heating alumina aqueous solution, silica, and sodium hydroxide.
Zeolite is a light grey chemical and a powder substance. The chemical is odorless but sometimes has an earth-like odor. It is insoluble in water.
What are the hazardous effects of Zeolite?
Zeolite has an acute health effect on the body. If inhaled, the chemical can cause respiratory tract irritation. When the chemical is absorbed through the skin, it can result in skin irritation. It causes eye irritation when exposed to the eye, and it is considered poisonous when ingested.
What are the precautionary measures necessary to be taken to handle Zeolite?
To safely handle Zeolite, precautionary measures must be taken. Such measures are as follows:
- Make use of impervious gloves, aprons, and shoes while handling chemicals.
- Make use of eye protection and glasses to avoid exposure to the eyes.
- Use respiratory protection to avoid inhaling the chemical while handling it.
- Avoid eating, drinking, or smoking while handling the chemical.
- Maintain industrial hygiene and safety practices while handling the chemical.
What will happen if Zeolite is heated?
Zeolite will yield a hazardous decomposition product when exposed to fire or heated.
Is Zeolite a soluble compound?
Zeolite is insoluble in water. There is no information on its solubility in other liquids.
Where can I buy Zeolite?
Zeolite is available for sale at Camachem. The company offers Zeolite for sale in different packages, such as 3A, 4A, 4A, and 13X bags. Camachem is notable for shipping chemicals from China to clients from different countries.
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How much does Zeolite cost?
The cost of Zeolite varies depending on the cost of production. The cost per Ton is $1,000. You can use the free quotation option to request an instant quotation on your desired quantity.
What is the pH value of Zeolite?
Information on the pH value of Zeolite is not available.
Is Zeolite an electrolyte compound?
There is no information as to whether Zeolite is an electrolyte compound.
Can Zeolite go down the drain?
Zeolite is expected to be disposed of by a local chemical disposal authority. Flushing the chemical down the drain is not advisable.