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MSDS Aircraft Non Flammable Ne 20 Ring Laser Gyros CAS 7440-59-7

Basic Information
Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: Newradar / Accept OEM
Certification: ISO/DOT/GB
Model Number: N/A
Minimum Order Quantity: 1 pcs
Price: negotiation
Packaging Details: 0.5L Steel cylinder
Delivery Time: 35 days after received your payment
Detail Information
Density Of The Gas At 70oF (21,1o C), 1 Atm: 0.05215 Lb/ft3, 0.83536 Kg/ M3 Product Name: Ne-20
Specific Gravity Of The Gas At 70oF (21,1o C), 1 Atm: 0.696 Specific Volume Of The Gas At 70oF (21,1o C), 1 Atm: 19.18 Ft3/lb, 1.197 M3/kg
Critical Pressure: 384.9 Psia, 26.54 Bar Critical Density: 30.15 Lb/ft3, 483 Kg/m3
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Product Description

MSDS Aircraft Non Flammable Ne 20 Ring Laser Gyros CAS 7440-59-7

 

 

Description:

 

Neon has three stable isotopes, Ne-20, Ne-21, Ne-22. Ne-20 and Ne-22 are the principle isotopes found in Helium-Neon laser applications. One of a number of critical applications is the use of ring lasers found in commercial, space and military guidance, navigation and control systems.

 

The Ring Laser Gyros (RLG) can be used as the stable elements (for one degree of freedomeach) in an inertial guidance system. The advantage of using a RLG is that there are no moving parts. Compared to the conventional spinning gyro, this means there is no friction, which in turn means there will be no inherent drift terms. Additionally, the entire unit is compact, lightweight and virtually indestructible, meaning it can be used in aircraft.

 

 

Specification:

 

1. Physical properties

 

Chemical name Ne-20
Molecular weight  
Density of the gas at 70oF (21,1o C), 1 atm 0.05215 lb/ft3, 0.83536 kg/ m3
Specific gravity of the gas at 70oF (21,1o C), 1 atm 0.696
Specific volume of the gas at 70oF (21,1o C), 1 atm 19.18 ft3/lb, 1.197 m3/kg
Boiling point at 1 atm –410.9°F, –246.0°C
Melting point at 1 atm –415.6°F, –248.7°C
Critical temperature at 1 atm –379.8°F, –228.8°C
Critical pressure 384.9 psia, 26.54 bar
Critical density 30.15 lb/ft3, 483 kg/m3
Triple point at 6.29 psia (0.434 bar) –415.4°F, –248.6°C
Latent heat of vaporization at normal boiling point 37.08 Btu/lb, 86.3 kJ/kg
Latent heat of fusion at triple point 7.14 Btu/lb, 16.6 kJ/kg
     
Specific heat of the gas at 70oF (21,1o C), 1 atm Cp 0.25 Btu/(lb) (°F)
  Cv 1.05 kJ/(kg) (°C)
0.152 Btu/(lb) (°F)
 

0.636 kJ/(kg) (°C)

 

 

2. Typical technical data

 

PURITY SPECIFICATIONS (MAXIMUM IMPURITY LEVELS)
Contaminant

Purity: > 99.0%

Enrichment >99.0%

Carbon Dioxide (CO2) 0.2 ppm
Carbon Monoxide (CO) 0.2 ppm
Helium (He) 10.0 ppm
Hydrogen (H2) 1.0 ppm
Nitrogen (N2) 1.0 ppm
Oxygen (O2) 1.0 ppm
Water (H20) 1.0 ppm
Higher purities are available upon request.

 

3. Shipping data

 

SHIPPING DATA
Synonyms Neon – 20
CAS Register Number 7440-59-7
DOT Classification Nonflammable gas
DOT Label Nonflammable gas
Transport Canada Classification 2.2
Substance Identification (SI) 1046
UN Number UN 1046
Hazards High Pressure and suffocation
Toxicity (TLV) Asphyxiant
Flammability Range (in air) Nonflammable gas
Odor None

 

 

Applications:

 

The Ring Laser Gyros can be used as the stable elements in an inertial guidance system. The advantage of using a RLG is that there are no moving parts. Compared to the conventional spinning gyro, this means there is no friction, which in turn means there will be no inherent drift terms. Additionally, the entire unit is compact, lightweight and virtually indestructible, meaning it can be used in aircraft.

 

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