Sodium Acetate, Anhydrous, ACS Reagent Grade *

Also Known as Natrium Aceticum and Sodium Ethanoate

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About Sodium Acetate, Anhydrous, ACS Reagent Grade

Sodium Acetate, also known as Natrium Aceticum and Sodium Ethanoate, has the chemical formula C2H3NaO2 or CH3COONa. Its anhydrous form appears as colorless-to-white hygroscopic crystals, granules, or powder having free solubility in Water and Alcohol at ambient conditions. It’s an organic salt of Sodium and is an Acetate derivative. On a lab scale, it can be produced by reacting Acetic Acid with an alkali like Caustic Soda or Soda Ash. Lab Alley's Sodium Acetate, Anhydrous, ACS Grade fully complies with the American Chemical Society's (ACS) requirements due to its high purity. The ACS grade is usually the same as the reagent grade, and it is ideal for analytical and research applications that require repeatable, consistent findings. Lab Alley is selling its premium quality products online at laballey.com in the United States of America (USA).

Common Uses and Applications

  • Buffer solution
  • Chemical precursor
  • Dehydrating agent

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Chemistry Table

127-09-3
C2H3NaO2
82.03

Sodium Acetate, Anhydrous, ACS Reagent Grade Specifications

Assay 99.0-101.0%
pH of a 5% Solution @ 25°C 7.5-9.2
Substances Reducing Permanganate To Pass Test
Insoluble Matter 0.005%
Chloride (Cl) 0.001%
Sulfate (SO4) 0.002%
Calcium, Magnesium, and R2O3 Ppt 0.01%
Heavy Metals (as Pb) 5 ppm
Iron (Fe) 5 ppm
Potassium 0.005%

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