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SHORT DESCRIPTION

Barite, also known as barium sulfate (BaSO₄), is a mineral. It is a dense mineral with a high specific gravity commonly found in nature that forms in hydrothermal veins when minerals containing barium and sulfate come into contact with hot underground water. It is often found in association with other minerals such as fluorite, quartz, calcite, and celestite.

PACKAGING TYPE

bag

BaSO4

bags

TDS SHEET

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CHEMICAL NAME

Barite

INDUSTRY

Oil and Gas

APPLICATION

Drilling fluids

IDENTIFICATION AND PROPERTIES

SYNONYMS

Barium Sulphate Baryte Blanc fixe

MOLECULAR WEIGHT

233.38 g/mol

CAS NUMBER

7727-43-7

CHEMICAL FORMULA

BaSO4

HS CODE

Not Specified

DENSITY

4.49 g/cm3

MELTING POINT

1,580°C

BOILING POINT

1,600°C

VISCOSITY

Not Specified

SHELF LIFE

3 years

TYPICAL PROPERTIES

Not Specified

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