Calcium Chloride - Information


Chemical Information

Chemical Formula CaCl2
CAS number 10043-52-4
Molecular Weight 110.983
Colour White
Density 2150 kg / m3
Appearance solid crystalline powder / flake / granule
Melting point 782°C
Boiling point >1600°C

Calcium Chloride CaCl2 is an inorganic salt, which exists in a solid form or as a liquid solution. Solid calcium chloride is a white, crystalline substance in the form of flake, granule or powder. Depending on the crystallized water contents, it can be dehydrate or anhydrous. Liquid calcium chloride is a colourless liquid. Due to it's exothermic properties, ability to attract moisture from the air and surroundings and dissolve at a very low temperatures, Calcium Chloride is widely used in snow and ice melting, dust control, oil and gas drilling, moisture-absorbing, accelerator for concretes, etc.

 
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