CALCIUMCHLORID - (10043-52-4)

Einführung

Name: calcium chloride
* IUPAC
CAS-Nummer: 10043-52-4
Chemische Formel: CaCl2
Molmasse: 110.984 g
Massenprozent: Ca 36.111 %; Cl 63.888 % 

Einstufung

Verwendung / Funktion

• "The anhydrous form used as a drying and dehydrating agent for organic liquids and gases, and in dessicators. The dihydrate and hexahydrate forms are used for antifreeze and refrigerating sol[ution]ns, in fire extinguishers, etc. (a 40% sol[utio]n freezes at -41°); to preserve wood, stone; manuf[acture] ice, glues, cements; fireproofing fabrics; automobile antifreeze mixtures; to melt ice and snow; as coagulant in rubber manuf[acturing], as size in admixture with starch paste; in concrete mixes to give quicker initial set and greater strength; freezeproofing of coal and ores; dust control on unpaved roads; sizing and finishing cotton fabrics; as brine for filling inflatable tires on tractors to increase traction. Electrolyte replacement. Has been used as diuretic, urinary, acidifier, antiallergic. May be used intravenously in hypocalcemic states such as milk fever." 1

Physikalische Eigenschaften


Siedepunkt:*
1935.5°C 2 = 2208.65 K = 3515.9°F

* - 1 atm pressure

Kleben

Kleben: ionic
Ionic Character: 65.45 %

Thermochemie

ΔHf° (s): -190.2 kcal/mol 3 = -795.80 kJ/mol
ΔHf° (ℓ): -185.0 kcal/mol 3 = -774.04 kJ/mol
ΔHf° (g): -112.7 kcal/mol 3 = -471.54 kJ/mol
S° (s): 25.0 cal/(mol•K) 4 = 104.60 J/(mol•K)
S° (ℓ): 29.6 cal/(mol•K) 4 = 123.85 J/(mol•K)
S° (g): 69.3 cal/(mol•K) 4 = 289.95 J/(mol•K)
ΔGf° (s): -178.8 kcal/mol 5 = -748.10 kJ/mol
ΔGf° (ℓ): -175.0 kcal/mol 5 = -732.20 kJ/mol
ΔGf° (g): -114.5 kcal/mol 5 = -479.07 kJ/mol

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