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Sodium Acetate Trihydrate Pure

Sodium Acetate Trihydrate Pure

Rs 65  / KgGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 25 Kg

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BrandAnnexe Chem
Usage/ApplicationFood,Pharma,Nutra,BioTech,Laboratory
Packaging TypeBag
Packaging Size25kg
Physical FormSolid
FormulaCH3COONa
Sodium acetate, CH3COONa, also abbreviated NaOAc,[8] is the sodium salt of acetic acid. This colorless deliquescent salt has a wide range of uses.

Applications:
  • Sodium acetate is used in the textile industry to neutralize sulfuric acid waste streams and also as a photoresist while using aniline dyes. It is also a pickling agent in chrome tanning and helps to impede vulcanization of chloroprene in synthetic rubber production. In processing cotton for disposable cotton pads, sodium acetate is used to eliminate the buildup of static electricity.

Concrete longevity:
  • Sodium acetate is used to mitigate water damage to concrete by acting as a concrete sealant, while also being environmentally benign and cheaper than the commonly used epoxy alternative for sealing concrete against water permeation.[9]

Food:
  • Sodium acetate may be added to food as a seasoning, sometimes in the form of sodium diacetate, a one-to-one complex of sodium acetate and acetic acid,[10] given the E-number E262. It is often used to give potato chips a salt and vinegar flavor.

Buffer solution:
  • As the conjugate base of acetic acid, a solution of sodium acetate and acetic acid can act as a buffer to keep a relatively constant pH level. This is useful especially in biochemical applications where reactions are pH-dependent in a mildly acidic range (pH 4-6).

Heating pad[edit]A hand warmer containing a supersaturated solution of sodium acetate which releases heat upon crystallizationSodium acetate is also used in heating pads, hand warmers, and hot ice. Sodium acetate trihydrate crystals melt at 136.4 °F/58 °C[11] (to 137.12 °F/58.4 °C),[12] dissolving in their water of crystallization. When they are heated past the melting point and subsequently allowed to cool, the aqueous solution becomes supersaturated. This solution is capable of cooling to room temperature without forming crystals. By pressing on a metal disc within the heating pad, a nucleation center is formed, causing the solution to crystallize back into solid sodium acetate trihydrate. The bond-forming process of crystallization is exothermic.[13][14] The latent heat of fusion is about 264–289 kJ/kg.[11] Unlike some types of heat packs, such as those dependent upon irreversible chemical reactions, a sodium acetate heat pack can be easily reused by immersing the pack in boiling water for a few minutes, until the crystals are completely dissolved, and allowing the pack to slowly cool to room temperature.[15]

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Sodium Acetate Trihydrate LR

Sodium Acetate Trihydrate LR

Rs 50  / KilogramGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 25 Kilogram

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Physical StateSolid
BrandAnnexe Chem
Usage/ApplicationFood,Pharma,Nutra,BioTech,Laboratory
Packaging TypeBag
Packaging Size25 kg
FormulaCH3COONa
Sodium acetate, CH3COONa, also abbreviated NaOAc,[8] is the sodium salt of acetic acid. This colorless deliquescent salt has a wide range of uses.

Applications:
  • Sodium acetate is used in the textile industry to neutralize sulfuric acid waste streams and also as a photoresist while using aniline dyes. It is also a pickling agent in chrome tanning and helps to impede vulcanization of chloroprene in synthetic rubber production. In processing cotton for disposable cotton pads, sodium acetate is used to eliminate the buildup of static electricity.

Concrete longevity:
  • Sodium acetate is used to mitigate water damage to concrete by acting as a concrete sealant, while also being environmentally benign and cheaper than the commonly used epoxy alternative for sealing concrete against water permeation.[9]

Food:
  • Sodium acetate may be added to food as a seasoning, sometimes in the form of sodium diacetate, a one-to-one complex of sodium acetate and acetic acid,[10] given the E-number E262. It is often used to give potato chips a salt and vinegar flavor.

Buffer solution:
  • As the conjugate base of acetic acid, a solution of sodium acetate and acetic acid can act as a buffer to keep a relatively constant pH level. This is useful especially in biochemical applications where reactions are pH-dependent in a mildly acidic range (pH 4-6).

Heating pad[edit]A hand warmer containing a supersaturated solution of sodium acetate which releases heat upon crystallizationSodium acetate is also used in heating pads, hand warmers, and hot ice. Sodium acetate trihydrate crystals melt at 136.4 °F/58 °C[11] (to 137.12 °F/58.4 °C),[12] dissolving in their water of crystallization. When they are heated past the melting point and subsequently allowed to cool, the aqueous solution becomes supersaturated. This solution is capable of cooling to room temperature without forming crystals. By pressing on a metal disc within the heating pad, a nucleation center is formed, causing the solution to crystallize back into solid sodium acetate trihydrate. The bond-forming process of crystallization is exothermic.[13][14] The latent heat of fusion is about 264–289 kJ/kg.[11] Unlike some types of heat packs, such as those dependent upon irreversible chemical reactions, a sodium acetate heat pack can be easily reused by immersing the pack in boiling water for a few minutes, until the crystals are completely dissolved, and allowing the pack to slowly cool to room temperature.[15]

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Sodium Acetate Trihydrate AR

Sodium Acetate Trihydrate AR

Rs 95  / KilogramGet Best Price

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BrandAnnexe Chem
Usage/ApplicationFood, Pharma, Nutra, BioTech, Laboratory
Packaging TypeBag
Packaging Size25 kg
FormSolid
FormulaCH3COONa
Sodium acetate, CH3COONa, also abbreviated NaOAc,[8] is the sodium salt of acetic acid. This colorless deliquescent salt has a wide range of uses.

Applications:
  • Sodium acetate is used in the textile industry to neutralize sulfuric acid waste streams and also as a photoresist while using aniline dyes. It is also a pickling agent in chrome tanning and helps to impede vulcanization of chloroprene in synthetic rubber production. In processing cotton for disposable cotton pads, sodium acetate is used to eliminate the buildup of static electricity.

Concrete longevity:
  • Sodium acetate is used to mitigate water damage to concrete by acting as a concrete sealant, while also being environmentally benign and cheaper than the commonly used epoxy alternative for sealing concrete against water permeation.[9]

Food:
  • Sodium acetate may be added to food as a seasoning, sometimes in the form of sodium diacetate, a one-to-one complex of sodium acetate and acetic acid,[10] given the E-number E262. It is often used to give potato chips a salt and vinegar flavor.

Buffer solution:
  • As the conjugate base of acetic acid, a solution of sodium acetate and acetic acid can act as a buffer to keep a relatively constant pH level. This is useful especially in biochemical applications where reactions are pH-dependent in a mildly acidic range (pH 4-6).

Heating pad[edit]A hand warmer containing a supersaturated solution of sodium acetate which releases heat upon crystallizationSodium acetate is also used in heating pads, hand warmers, and hot ice. Sodium acetate trihydrate crystals melt at 136.4 °F/58 °C[11] (to 137.12 °F/58.4 °C),[12] dissolving in their water of crystallization. When they are heated past the melting point and subsequently allowed to cool, the aqueous solution becomes supersaturated. This solution is capable of cooling to room temperature without forming crystals. By pressing on a metal disc within the heating pad, a nucleation center is formed, causing the solution to crystallize back into solid sodium acetate trihydrate. The bond-forming process of crystallization is exothermic.[13][14] The latent heat of fusion is about 264–289 kJ/kg.[11] Unlike some types of heat packs, such as those dependent upon irreversible chemical reactions, a sodium acetate heat pack can be easily reused by immersing the pack in boiling water for a few minutes, until the crystals are completely dissolved, and allowing the pack to slowly cool to room temperature.[15]

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Sodium Acetate Anhydrous AR

Sodium Acetate Anhydrous AR

Rs 125  / KilogramGet Best Price

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BrandAnnexe Chem
Usage/ApplicationFood,Pharma,Nutra,BioTech,Laboratory
Packaging TypeBag
Packaging Size25kg
Physical FormPowder
ColorWhite
FormulaCH3COONa
Sodium acetate, CH3COONa, also abbreviated NaOAc,[8] is the sodium salt of acetic acid. This colorless deliquescent salt has a wide range of uses.

Applications:
  • Sodium acetate is used in the textile industry to neutralize sulfuric acid waste streams and also as a photoresist while using aniline dyes. It is also a pickling agent in chrome tanning and helps to impede vulcanization of chloroprene in synthetic rubber production. In processing cotton for disposable cotton pads, sodium acetate is used to eliminate the buildup of static electricity.

Concrete longevity:
  • Sodium acetate is used to mitigate water damage to concrete by acting as a concrete sealant, while also being environmentally benign and cheaper than the commonly used epoxy alternative for sealing concrete against water permeation.[9]

Food:
  • Sodium acetate may be added to food as a seasoning, sometimes in the form of sodium diacetate, a one-to-one complex of sodium acetate and acetic acid,[10] given the E-number E262. It is often used to give potato chips a salt and vinegar flavor.

Buffer solution:
  • As the conjugate base of acetic acid, a solution of sodium acetate and acetic acid can act as a buffer to keep a relatively constant pH level. This is useful especially in biochemical applications where reactions are pH-dependent in a mildly acidic range (pH 4-6).

Heating pad[edit]A hand warmer containing a supersaturated solution of sodium acetate which releases heat upon crystallizationSodium acetate is also used in heating pads, hand warmers, and hot ice. Sodium acetate trihydrate crystals melt at 136.4 °F/58 °C[11] (to 137.12 °F/58.4 °C),[12] dissolving in their water of crystallization. When they are heated past the melting point and subsequently allowed to cool, the aqueous solution becomes supersaturated. This solution is capable of cooling to room temperature without forming crystals. By pressing on a metal disc within the heating pad, a nucleation center is formed, causing the solution to crystallize back into solid sodium acetate trihydrate. The bond-forming process of crystallization is exothermic.[13][14] The latent heat of fusion is about 264–289 kJ/kg.[11] Unlike some types of heat packs, such as those dependent upon irreversible chemical reactions, a sodium acetate heat pack can be easily reused by immersing the pack in boiling water for a few minutes, until the crystals are completely dissolved, and allowing the pack to slowly cool to room temperature.[15]

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Sodium Acetate Anhydrous LR

Sodium Acetate Anhydrous LR

Rs 90  / KilogramGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 25 Kilogram

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BrandAnnexeChem
Physical StatePowder
Packaging TypeBag
Usage/ApplicationFood, Pharma, Nutra, BioTech,Laboratory
Packaging Size25kg
ColorWhite
SolubilitySoluble in water
Sodium acetate, CH3COONa, also abbreviated NaOAc,[8] is the sodium salt of acetic acid. This colorless deliquescent salt has a wide range of uses.

Applications:
  • Sodium acetate is used in the textile industry to neutralize sulfuric acid waste streams and also as a photoresist while using aniline dyes. It is also a pickling agent in chrome tanning and helps to impede vulcanization of chloroprene in synthetic rubber production. In processing cotton for disposable cotton pads, sodium acetate is used to eliminate the buildup of static electricity.

Concrete longevity:
  • Sodium acetate is used to mitigate water damage to concrete by acting as a concrete sealant, while also being environmentally benign and cheaper than the commonly used epoxy alternative for sealing concrete against water permeation.[9]

Food:
  • Sodium acetate may be added to food as a seasoning, sometimes in the form of sodium diacetate, a one-to-one complex of sodium acetate and acetic acid,[10] given the E-number E262. It is often used to give potato chips a salt and vinegar flavor.

Buffer solution:
  • As the conjugate base of acetic acid, a solution of sodium acetate and acetic acid can act as a buffer to keep a relatively constant pH level. This is useful especially in biochemical applications where reactions are pH-dependent in a mildly acidic range (pH 4-6).

Heating pad[edit]A hand warmer containing a supersaturated solution of sodium acetate which releases heat upon crystallizationSodium acetate is also used in heating pads, hand warmers, and hot ice. Sodium acetate trihydrate crystals melt at 136.4 °F/58 °C[11] (to 137.12 °F/58.4 °C),[12] dissolving in their water of crystallization. When they are heated past the melting point and subsequently allowed to cool, the aqueous solution becomes supersaturated. This solution is capable of cooling to room temperature without forming crystals. By pressing on a metal disc within the heating pad, a nucleation center is formed, causing the solution to crystallize back into solid sodium acetate trihydrate. The bond-forming process of crystallization is exothermic.[13][14] The latent heat of fusion is about 264–289 kJ/kg.[11] Unlike some types of heat packs, such as those dependent upon irreversible chemical reactions, a sodium acetate heat pack can be easily reused by immersing the pack in boiling water for a few minutes, until the crystals are completely dissolved, and allowing the pack to slowly cool to room temperature.[15]

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Sodium Aceatate Trihydrate USP

Sodium Aceatate Trihydrate USP

Rs 95  / KgGet Best Price

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BrandAnnexe Chem
Usage/ApplicationFood, Pharma, Nutra, BioTech, Laboratory
Packaging TypeBag
Packaging Size25kg
Physical FormSolid
ColorWhite
FormulaCH3COONa
Sodium acetate, CH3COONa, also abbreviated NaOAc,[8] is the sodium salt of acetic acid. This colorless deliquescent salt has a wide range of uses.

Applications:
  • Sodium acetate is used in the textile industry to neutralize sulfuric acid waste streams and also as a photoresist while using aniline dyes. It is also a pickling agent in chrome tanning and helps to impede vulcanization of chloroprene in synthetic rubber production. In processing cotton for disposable cotton pads, sodium acetate is used to eliminate the buildup of static electricity.

Concrete longevity:
  • Sodium acetate is used to mitigate water damage to concrete by acting as a concrete sealant, while also being environmentally benign and cheaper than the commonly used epoxy alternative for sealing concrete against water permeation.[9]

Food:
  • Sodium acetate may be added to food as a seasoning, sometimes in the form of sodium diacetate, a one-to-one complex of sodium acetate and acetic acid,[10] given the E-number E262. It is often used to give potato chips a salt and vinegar flavor.

Buffer solution:
  • As the conjugate base of acetic acid, a solution of sodium acetate and acetic acid can act as a buffer to keep a relatively constant pH level. This is useful especially in biochemical applications where reactions are pH-dependent in a mildly acidic range (pH 4-6).

Heating pad[edit]A hand warmer containing a supersaturated solution of sodium acetate which releases heat upon crystallizationSodium acetate is also used in heating pads, hand warmers, and hot ice. Sodium acetate trihydrate crystals melt at 136.4 °F/58 °C[11] (to 137.12 °F/58.4 °C),[12] dissolving in their water of crystallization. When they are heated past the melting point and subsequently allowed to cool, the aqueous solution becomes supersaturated. This solution is capable of cooling to room temperature without forming crystals. By pressing on a metal disc within the heating pad, a nucleation center is formed, causing the solution to crystallize back into solid sodium acetate trihydrate. The bond-forming process of crystallization is exothermic.[13][14] The latent heat of fusion is about 264–289 kJ/kg.[11] Unlike some types of heat packs, such as those dependent upon irreversible chemical reactions, a sodium acetate heat pack can be easily reused by immersing the pack in boiling water for a few minutes, until the crystals are completely dissolved, and allowing the pack to slowly cool to room temperature.[15]

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