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argon used in light bulbs argon light bulb

Quick Details State:Gas CAS No.:7440-37-1 Other Names:Argon gas MF:Ar EINECS No.:231-147-0 Place of Origin:Hangzhou, China (Mainland) Grade Standard:Electron Grade, Industrial Grade, Medicine Grade Purity:999%,99.9999% Appearance:Colorless Application:Industrial processes,Scientific research,Preservative

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Argon test report of our factory
 
 

Impurity

Unit

Specification

Analysis Result

Hydrogen(H2)

ppm

≤0.1

<0.1

Oxygen(O2)

ppm

≤0.2

<0.1

Nitrogen(N2)

ppm

≤0.2

<0.2

Carbon Monoxide(CO)

ppm

≤0.1

<0.05

Carbon Dioxide(CO2)

ppm

≤0.1

<0.05

Methane(CH4)

ppm

≤0.1

<0.05

Moisture(H2O)

ppm

≤0.1

<0.1

 

Packaging & Delivery of our Argon

Packaging Details

1. ISO Standard Seamless Steel Cylinder in various specifications 
2. Drum 
3. Tube Trailer 
4. As customers' demands

Delivery Time

25-30 days after PO and deposit confirmed

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The discovery of argon explains why the density of nitrogen extracted from the air is different from that obtained from the decomposition of ammonia.
Ramsay removes all the nitrogen in the argon extracted from the air, which is reacted with hot magnesium to form solid magnesium nitride. He got a nonreactive gas and after he checked his spectrum he saw a new set of red and green lines, confirming that it was a new element.
The late 19th century, the British physicist Lord Rayleigh found
Lord Rayleigh
Lord Rayleigh
There is a difference of about one in a thousand in the density of nitrogen gas obtained by air-purifying and nitrogen gas obtained from ammonia. He published his findings in what was then the prestigious British journal Nature and asked everyone to analyze the reasons for it. Lythsey, a professor of chemistry at the University of London, concludes that the nitrogen in the air may contain a heavier, unknown gas. Both of them have done a large number of experiments, and finally found that in the air there is an unknown gas density is almost one and a half times the density of nitrogen.
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