Sodium Based Products
| Sodium is a reactive element is never found free in nature. Sodium is a soft, bright, silvery metal which floats on water. Decomposition in water results in the evolution of hydrogen and the formation of the hydroxide. It may or may not ignite spontaneously on water depending on the amount of oxide and metal exposed to the water.|
We manufacture and offer our clients with tri sodium phosphate & tetra sodium pyro phosphate ( TSPP) that is used in detergents. Owing to its superior features, these products are used for softening water, removing soils and for keeping soil from redepositing.
We offer wide range of sodium phosphate
- Formula: Na2HPO4.7H2O
- Mol. Wt. 268.09
- White crystals, soluble in 4 parts of Water
- Insoluble Max. 0.005 %
- Chloride Max. 0.01 %
- Nitrogen Compounds Max. 0.005 %
- Iron Max. 0.001 %
- Sulphate Max. 0.01 %
We offer wide range of sodium hypo chlorite
which is greenish yellow in colour.Properties:
- Relative density 1. 2
- Free sodium carbonate 0. 5 %
- Available chlorine 10. 63 %
- Free alkali (gms / litre) 2. 5
- Iron ( ppm max. ) 0. 5 %
- Sodium chlorate traces
Sodium bisulfate is used primarily to lower pH. For technical-grade applications, it is used in metal finishing, cleaning products, and to lower the pH of water for effective chlorination, including swimming pools. Sodium bisulfate is also AAFCO approved as a general-use feed additive, including companion animal food. It is used as a urine acidifier to reduce urinary stones in cats.
In jewelry making, sodium bisulfate is the primary ingredient used in many pickling solutions to remove the oxidation layer from surfaces, which occurs after heating.
Sodium Hypo Chlorite Sol 6
The properties of household bleach that make it effective for removing stains also result in cumulative damage to organic fibers, such as cotton, and the useful lifespan of these materials will be shortened with regular bleaching. The sodium hydroxide (NaOH) that is also found in household bleach (as noted later) causes fiber degradation as well. It is not volatile, and residual amounts of NaOH not rinsed out will continue slowly degrading organic fibers in the presence of humidity.
Sodium acetate can be used to form an ester with an alkyl halide such as bromoethane:
COONa + BrCH2
Caesium salts catalyze this reaction.
Sodium Hypochlorite 10 - 12
Chemical and Physical Properties:
Colour: yellowish solution.which may contain small amounts of precipitate
Chlorine content: 10 - 12.5 % m/v
Alkalinity: 1.0 - 2.5 m/v (as NaOH)
SG @ 20 deg C: 1.20 maximum
Completely soluble in water.
Sodium hypochlorite at high concentrations is unstable and deteriorates with exposures to heat and UV light.
Product should be diluted asap to at least 6 % to improve stability.
Shelf life at 12.5 % is approximately 3 - 5 days
1. Product Name: Sodium Bisulphate
2. Purity: 98%
3. Package: 25kg PP bags
|Item ||Specification ||Analysis Result |
|Purity(NaHSO4) ||98%min ||98.2% |
|Acidity ||40% min ||40% |
|Fe ||0.1%max || 0.05% |
|Water Insoluble matter ||0.1%max ||0.03% |
|Moisture ||4.0%max ||1% |
Sodium formate, HCOONa, is the sodium salt of formic acid, HCOOH. It usually appears as a white deliquescent powder.
|NaBO2;Kodalk;Rasorite;Borosoap;SODIUMBORATES;SODIUM METABORATE;SODIUM MONOBORATE;Sodium borate(1-);Sodium dioxoborate;Sodiooxyboron oxide |
Sodium nitrate can be used in the production of nitric acid by combining it with sulfuric acid and subsequent separation through fractional distillation of the nitric acid, leaving behind a residue of sodium bisulfate. Hobbyist gold refiners use sodium nitrate to make a hybrid aqua regia that dissolves gold and other metals.
Sodium oxalate is used to standardize potassium permanganate solutions. It is desirable that the temperature of the titration mixture is greater than 60 °C to ensure that all the permanganate added reacts quickly. The kinetics of the reaction is complex, and the manganate(II) ions formed catalyze the further reaction between permanganate and oxalic acid (formed in situ by the addition of excess sulfuric acid). The final equation is as follows:
|Related Categories ||Biochemicals, Biological Buffers, Buffer / Buffer Salts, Buffers / Buffer Salts, Buffers A to Z, More... |
|Quality Level ||PREMIUM |
|grade ||for molecular biology |
|assay ||≥98.5% (titration) |
|pKa (25 °C) ||(1) 2.15, (2) 6.82, (3) 12.38 (phosphoric acid) |
|solubility ||H2O: soluble100 mg/mL |
|anion traces ||chloride (Cl-): ≤40 ppm |
|cation traces ||Fe: ≤20 ppm |
Monosodium phosphate (NaH2PO4), also known as anhydrous monobasic sodium phosphate and sodium dihydrogen phosphate, is a chemical compound of sodium with a phosphate counterion. It is used as a laxative and, in combination with other sodium phosphates, as a pH buffer.
Sodium sesquicarbonate is used in bath salts, swimming pools, as an alkalinity source for water treatment, and as a phosphate free trisodium phosphate replacement for heavy duty cleaning.
Mr. Shakthi R.
Plot No. 13, Tech Shed No. 3, Badlapur M. I. D. C., P. O. Kulgaon
Thane - 421 503, Maharashtra, India
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