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Barium chloride (barium chloride) is a binary inorganic substance belonging to the class of salts.
A colorless crystalline substance in the form of odorless flakes, has a layered triclinic lattice in which acid molecules are linked by hydrogen bonds into flat layers, the layers are connected by intermolecular bonds (d = 0.318 nm).
It is used in various fields of industry. In nuclear reactors as a neutron absorber dissolved in a coolant. Boric fertilizer. In laboratories, they are used to prepare buffer solutions. In medicine - as an independent disinfectant, and also in the form of a 2% solution - for washing the skin after contact with alkalis. Also, on the basis of boric acid, various combined preparations are produced (ATX group D08AD), for example, Teymurov's paste. In photography - as part of fine-grained developers and acidic fixers to create a weak acidic environment. In everyday life it is used to fight cockroaches.
In the food industry, it is registered as a food additive E284 (on the territory of Russia, this additive is not included in the list of permitted for use. In jewelry - as a basis for fluxes for brazing of gold-containing alloys. In industry - a binder for acidic lining of furnaces.
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