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NH4Cl is an inorganic compound with the chemical name Ammonium Chloride. It is also known as salt ammonia, the salt of ammonia and hydrogen chloride. It is a by-product of sodium carbonate. It has diuretic and expectorant effects. In its pure form, it is crystalline salt, white. This compound is highly water-soluble and mildly acidic. It is used in veterinary medicine in the prevention of urinary stones in sheep, goats, and cattle. When ammonium sulfate and NaCl solutions react, NH4Cl is produced. When a 5% solution of ammonium chloride (by weight) is mixed with water, the resulting solution has a pH value ranging from 4.6 to 6.0.


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Sodium silicates have many useful properties not shared by other alkaline salts. This fact, combined with their low cost, results in their use in a wide range of applications in different industries. Sodium silicates are used in industry as adhesives, detergents, ingredients in cleaning compounds, cement, binders, and unique coatings, as well as coagulant aids, anticorrosives, catalyst bases, deflocculants, chemicals, zeolites, etc. The different properties and functional characteristics of soluble silicates can be used to efficiently and economically solve many problems arising in industrial and chemical processes.