Sodium Hydroxide Naoh Caustic Soda Pearl Alkali
- Model NO.: Caustic Soda Pearl
- Appearance: Pearls
- Solubleness: Soluble Alkali
- Quality: Superior Grade
- CAS No.: 1310-73-2
- Flash Point: 176-178°c
- Boiling Point: 1390 °c (1663 K)
- Packaging: 25kg/50kg/1000kg/Bag
- Lead Time: Within 10 Days
- Trademark: Customized
- Origin: Jiangsu
- Classification: Caustic Soda
- Grade Standard: Industrial Grade
- Ionization Capacity: Strong Alkali
- Usage: Industrial Alkali
- Melting Point: 318.4°c (591 K)
- Mf: Naoh
- Molecular Weight: 40.00
- Producing Capacity: 1000tons Per Month
- Payment Term: 30% T/T, Balance Against Copy of B/L or L/C
- Specification: CE, SGS
- HS Code: 28151100
Product name: Caustic Soda Flake/Solid/Pearl
CAS No.: 1310-73-2
Molecular Weight: 40.00
Molecular Formula: NaOH
Appearance: White flakes, solid, pearl.
Pure sodium hydroxide is whitish solid, sold in pellets, flakes, and granular form, as well as in solution. It is highly soluble in water, with a lower solubility in ethanol and methanol, but is insoluble in ether and other non-polar solvents.
Similar to the hydration of sulfuric acid, dissolution of solid sodium hydroxide in water is a highly exothermic reaction in which a large amount of heat is liberated, posing a threat to safety through the possibility of splashing. The resulting solution is usually colourless and odorless with slippery feeling upon contact in common with other alkalis.
56% of sodium hydroxide produced is used by the chemical industry, with 25% of the same total used by the paper industry. Sodium hydroxide is also used for the manufacture of sodium salts and detergents, for pH regulation, and for organic synthesis. It is used in the Bayer process of aluminium production
Sodium hydroxide is used in many scenarios where it is desirable to increase the alkalinity of a mixture, or to neutralize acids.
For example, sodium hydroxide is used as an additive in drilling mud to increase alkalinity in bentonite mud systems, to increase the mud viscosity, and to neutralise any acid gas (such as hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide) which may be encountered in the geological formation as drilling progresses.
In the same industry, poor quality crude oil can be treated with sodium hydroxide to remove sulfurous impurities in a process known as caustic washing. As above, sodium hydroxide reacts with weak acids such as hydrogen sulfide and mercaptans to give the non-volatile sodium salts which can be removed. The waste which is formed is toxic and difficult to deal with, and the process is banned in many countries because of this. In 2006, Trafigura used the process and then dumped the waste in Africa.
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|Composing||Flake/pearl/solid 96%||Flake/pearl/solid 98%||Flake/pearl/solid 99%|
|NaOH||96% Min.||98% Min.||99% Min.|
|Na 2 CO 3||1% Max.||0.5% Max.||0.4% Max.|
|NaCl||2% Max.||0.03% Max.||0.015% Max.|
|Fe 2 O 3||0.01% Max.||0.005% Max.||0.001% Max|