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  • Strontium carbonate (SrCO3) is the carbonate salt of strontium that has the appearance of a white or grey powder. It occurs in nature as the mineral strontianite. Strontium carbonate is a white, odorless, tasteless powder. It's chemical makeup is: C 8.14% O 32.51% Sr 59.35%. Being a carbonate, it is a weak base and therefore is reactive with acids. It is otherwise stable and safe to work with. It is practically insoluble in water (1 part in 100,000). The solubility is increased significantly if the water is saturated with CO2, to 1 part in 1,000. It is soluble in dilute acids.
  • Other than the natural occurrence as a mineral, strontium carbonate is prepared synthetically in one of two manners. First of which is from naturally occurring celestine also known as strontium sulfate (SrSO4) or by using soluble strontium salts by the reaction in solution with a soluble carbonate salt.
  • Celestite is converted to SrCO3, the common commercial form of strontium. The black ash method (alternatively known as the calcining method) and the soda method (also known as direct conversion) are the two most common recovery techniques for strontium. The black ash method produces chemical grade strontium carbonates, which are 98% strontium carbonate and 2% byproducts and impurities. The soda ash method produces technical grade strontium carbonates, containing at least 97% strontium carbonate. The black ash method is the preferred means of strontium carbonate production because it yields a highergrade product.
  • The most common use is as an inexpensive colorant in fireworks. Strontium and its salts emit a brilliant red color in flame. Unlike other strontium salts, the carbonate salt is generally preferred because of its cost and the fact that it is not hygroscopic. Its ability to neutralize acid is also very helpful in pyrotechnics. Another similar application is in road flares.
  • Strontium carbonate is used for electronic applications. It is used for manufacturing CTV to absorb electrons resulting from the cathode.
    It it used in the preparation of iridescent glass, luminous paints, strontium oxide or strontium salts and in refining sugar.It is also used in the manufacturing of strontium ferrites for permanent magnets which are used in loud speakers and door magnets.
  • The effect of strontium on bone is likely related to its similarity to calcium, a mineral with a known biological value. Strontium is structurally similar to calcium and can replace calcium in the bone mineral matrix. A key difference is that calcium (as an essential nutrient) is homeostatically controlled, while strontium is not.
  • Most of the strontium produced today is used in the manufacture of color television picture tubes. It is also used to refine zinc and is combined with iron to make magnets. Two strontium compounds, strontium carbonate (SrCO3) and strontium nitrate (Sr(NO3)2), burn with a bright, red flame
  • Strontium-90, a radioactive isotope of strontium, is a common product of nuclear explosions. It has a half-life of about 28.8 years and decays into yttrium-90 through beta decay. Strontium-90 is especially deadly since it has a relatively long half-life, is strongly radioactive and is absorbed by the body, where it accumulates in the skeletal system.
 General Information
  • Strontium Carbonate
  • Strontium Carbonate Powder
  • Strontium Carbonate Nano particles
  • Chemical Database of Strontium Carbonate
  • Atomic Number of Strontium Carbonate

Production and Processing

  • Manufacturing Process of Strontium Carbonate
  • Strontium Carbonate Production Process
  • Production process of Strontium Carbonate
  • Crystallization Process of SrTiO3 Thin Films
  • Strontium Carbonate Manufacturing Process
  • Rapid Column Extraction Method for Actinides and Strontium in Water Samples

Functions and Properties

  • Phase Transition of Strontium Carbonate
  • Characterization of Ni-doped SrTiO3 ceramics using impedance spectroscopy
  • Hydrothermal synthesis and crystal chemistry of the new strontium uranyl selenites
  • Isotopic signatures of strontium of
    historical mortar and plaster in Styria
  • The growth, spectral and thermal properties of the Strontium Carbonate
  • Physical Properties of Strontium Carbonate

Company Profiles

  • Chongqing Xianfeng Strontium(Sr) Salt Chemical Co., Ltd
  • The Honjo Chemical Corporation
  • Hummel Croton Inc
  • Chongqing Southern Chemicals Co., Ltd.
  • Nanjing Jinyan Strontium Industry Co.,Ltd.
  • Solvay Chemicals
  • Tianjin Nanping Chemical Factory
  •  Zhengding Jinshi Chemical Co.,Ltd
  • Chemi Enterprise

Consultants

  • J K Aronson
  • Fereydoun Ghazban
  • James R. O'neil
  • Dr Martin John
  • Nandhini Institute of Chemical Industries
  • Peter W. Harben Inc.
  • Roger Alan Brumback

Project and Plant

  • Strontium Carbonate Removal Project
  • Pollution Prevention Project
  • Controlling Crystal Growth
  • Determination of Contaminant Metal Mobility
  • Deep Sea Drilling Project
  • Immobilization of Strontium Project
  • Strontium Carbonate Projects
  • Hebei Xinji Chemical Plant

Material Safety Data Sheet

  • Strontium Carbonate
  • Solvay Chemicals Data Sheet
  • Safety data for strontium carbonate
  • Strontium Salt
  • Palladium on Strontium Carbonate
  • Science Lab Data Sheet
  • Strontium
  • Isotopic Standard for Strontium
Technology  and Patent
  • Solvothermal growth of single-crystal hexagonal prismatic SrCO3 microrods
  • Strontium Carbonate Industrial Technology
  • Hydrothermal synthesis of f lower-like SrCO3 nanostructures
  • Clinical Value of Generator Produced 87-M Strontium
  • Process for the recovery of strontium from acid solution
  • Method for growing oxide thin films containing strontium
  • Methods for forming strontium Carbonate
  • Conversion process for strontium sulfate in carbonate rich celestite ores to strontium carbonate
  • Process for producing granulated strontium carbonate
  • Preparation of strontium carbonate
  • Cracking catalysts containing strontium carbonate
  • Ethoxylation with strontium bases

Applications

  • Strontium Carbonate Used for Bone Health
  • Strontium Carbonate Used for Frit Manufacturing
  • Application of Strontium Carbonate for Evaluation of a novel nanoparticle 
  • Strontium Carbonate Used for Fireworks Manufacturing Process
  • Strontium Carbonate used as a Raw Material in Manufacture of Pyrotechnics
  • Uses of Strontium Carbonate
  • Natural strontium as Osteoporosis treatment

Market and Report

  • Market of the Strontium Carbonate
  • China's largest strontium carbonate Plant
  • Strontium Carbonate - Potential for Human Exposure
  • Solvey Chemical Market
  • Strontium: Breakthrough in Bone Health
  • Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing Industry in the U.S. and its Foreign Trade
  • Strontium Carbonate Import and Export Conditions
  • Strontium Carbonate from Europe
  • Mexico Report of Strontium Carbonate
  • Mineral Industries of Malawi, Mauritius, Reunion Report
  • Strontium -Apatite: New Occurances

Manufacturers, Suppliers and Buyers

  • Suppliers of Strontium Carbonate
  • Strontium Carbonate Exporters
  • Atomix Inc.
  • Foreign Suppliers of Strontium Carbonate
  • J & N Chemical Recycling
  • Gansu Jinshi Chemical Co., Ltd
  • Ramhanu International
  • Sellers of Strontium Carbonate
  • Selling Leads of Strontium Carbonate
  • Strontium Carbonate Manufacturers
  • Terio Corporation
  • Strontium Carbonate Buyers List

 Safety and Guides

  • Toxicological Profile for Strontium Carbonate
  • Health Effects of Strontium Carbonate
  • Strontium Carbonate - Procedure for Final Findings
  • Strontium Carbonate - Procedure for Preliminary Findings

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