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  • Commercial Grade Argon (Ar) (R-740)
Commercial Grade Argon (Ar) (R-740)

Commercial Grade Argon (Ar) (R-740)

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BrandAtco
CAS7440-37-1
UN1006
Molecular Weight39.999 g/mol
Boiling Point-185.87 degree C
Melting Point-189.35 degree C
Density1.691 kg/m3
Specific Volume0.591 m3/kg
Source:
  • The most common source of argon is an air separation plant. Air contain appox 0.93%(vol) argon.
Application:
  • It is one of most common carrier gases in gas chromatography. argon is used as a carrier gas in sputtering plasma etching and ion implantations and a blanket atmosphere in crystal growth.
  • It is also the choice gas for ICP SpectroScopy.
  • It is used in atomic absorption spectrometry as a blanket gas in the graphite furnace.
  • The pharmaceutical industry used argon to displace oxygen in the top of intravenous drug containers, extending product shelf-life

Characteristics:
  • Colourless and Odourless Gas

Health risks:
  • Asphyxiant at High Concentration

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  • Monatomic Liquid Argon
Monatomic Liquid Argon

Monatomic Liquid Argon

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BrandAtco
Boiling Point-302.6 Degree F (-185.9 Degree C)
Purity99.999%
StateLiquid
Argon (Ar) is a monatomic, colourless, odorless, tasteless and nontoxic gas, present in the atmosphere at a concentration of just under 1% (0.934%) by volume. Argon is a member of a special group of gases known as the "rare," "noble," or "inert" gases. Other gases in this group are helium, neon, krypton, xenon and radon. They are monatomic gases with a totally filled outermost shell of electrons. The terms "noble" and "inert" have been used to indicate that their ability to chemically interact with other materials is extremely weak. All members of this group emit light when electrically excited. Argon produces a pale blue-violet light

Specifications:
  • The gas is approximately 1.4 times as heavy as air and is slightly soluble in water.

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