Sodium Borate, Granular, Reagent Grade *

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Granular
1330-43-4
Na2B4O7
201.2
Borax Anhydrous, Borax glass, Borax fused, Boric acid sodium salt, Boron sodium oxide, Sodium Tetraborate
10219853
Reagent Grade
99.5-105.0%/span>
Sodium Tetraborate
Description

Sodium Tetraborate, also known as Borax Anhydrous, sodium borate, sodium tetraborate, or disodium tetraborate, is a powdery white substance composed of a combination of boron, sodium, and oxygen. It’s widely used as a household cleaner and a booster for laundry detergent. Lab Alley’s Sodium Borate contains 100% by weight of Sodium Borate Decahydrate. Reagent Grade chemical that has high purity and is best suited for analytical applications. They are important in research because of their reliable, dependable, and repeatable results. Lab Alley sells its high-quality Sodium Borate, Granular, Reagent Grade online at laballey.com in the United States of America (USA). This Lab Alley product is highly recommended for research labs and commercial uses due to its high purity.

Specifications

Sodium Borate Granular Reagent Features:

Assay 99.5-105.0%
pH of a 0.01M Solution @ 25°C 9.15-9.20
Insoluble Matter 0.005%
Chloride 0.001%
Phosphate 0.001%
Sulfate 0.005%
Calcium 0.005%
Heavy Metals (as Pb) 0.001%
Iron 5 ppm
Applications
Common Uses
  • Household Cleaners
  • Laundry Detergents
  • Catalyst
  • Chemical precursor
Commercial/Industrial Applications
  • Paper industry
  • Leather industry
  • Soap manufacturing
  • Research laboratories
Safety and Handling

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