Calcium Carbide Price Trends
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- North America
- South America
- Asia Pacific
- Middle East
Calcium Carbide, also known as calcium acetylide, is basically a chemical compound. One of Its primary applications is its use in the manufacturing of acetylene and calcium cyanamide at industrial scale. In appearance, pure material of this chemical compound is colourless, however pieces of technical-grade Calcium Carbide are grey or brown in colour and consist of about 80–85% CaC2.
Chemical Formula of Calcium Carbide:
- Calcium acetylide
- Calcium ethynediide
- Calcium percarbide
- Calcium dicarbide
- 64.099 g/mol
- Acetylene gas
- Carbide lamps
- Toy cannons
- Production of Calcium Carbide via Lime and Coke Mixture.
In order to produce Calcium Carbide via Lime and Coke an electric arc furnace is utilised where the mixture of lime and coke is burned around 2,200oC
Procurement Resource also provides the production cost analysis of Calcium Carbide.
- Acros Organics
- Madhuraj Industrial Gases Pvt Ltd
- Majufa Traders & Exporters
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