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Re: Why is calcium chloride basic/alkaline, with a pH of 8-9?
« on: November 14, 2017, 03:54:15 AM »

calcium chloridehttp://petrocsc.com/project/calcium-chloride-94-cacl2/ 94% (CaCl2) Mini Prill and Powder (CaCI2) is a basic salt with hygroscopic and is highly soluble in water.
Calcium Chloride94 %(CaCl2) Mini Prill and Powder is used to adjust the activity of the water phase of invert emulsion oil base drilling fluids to maintain a balanced activity between the fluid and the formation.
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