Sodium Carbonate Monohydrate, NF Grade
Sodium Carbonate Monohydrate, also known as Sodium carbonate hydrate, Disodium Carbonate Monohydrate, and Carbonic Acid Sodium Salt Monohydrate, has the chemical formula Na2CO3-H2O or CH2Na2O4. It appears as colorless-to-white hygroscopic granules or powder with no odor and taste. It is freely soluble in Water and insoluble in Alcohol at ambient conditions. When dissolved in water, it produces Carbonic Acid and Sodium Hydroxide. It is the Disodium Salt of Carbonic Acid and possesses alkalinizing properties. On a commercial scale, it is produced via the Solvay process by processing Limestone, Ammonia, and Brine. An NF Grade chemical is the one that conforms to the criteria of the National Formulary (NF). A substance that has received the NF Grade certification can be used in food, drug, or medical applications. In the United States of America (USA), Lab Alley is selling its high-quality Sodium Carbonate Monohydrate, NF Grade online at laballey.com.
- Dehydrating agent
- Food additive
- Water softener
- Ion exchange resin
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