Sodium Chloride Crystals 99%, ACS Grade *

Also Known As Sodium Monochloride, Halite, Common salt, And Rock Salt


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About Sodium Chloride Crystals 99%, ACS Grade

Sodium Chloride, also known as Sodium Monochloride, Halite, Common salt, and Rock salt, appears as colorless or white crystals or crystalline powder having solubility in Water and Ethanol at ambient conditions. When dissolved in Water, it dissociates into replaceable Sodium and Chloride ions. It is obtained from underground room and pillar mining or solution mining. The solution mining involves pumping water into a rock salt deposit and then bringing it back to the surface followed by evaporation. An ACS Grade reagent is a chemical that meets the purity requirements of the American Chemical Society. For dependable, consistent, and repeatable findings, ACS Grade reagents can be utilized in high-quality research labs. In the United States of America (USA), Lab Alley sells its high-quality Sodium Chloride, ACS Grade, online at

Common Uses and Applications

  • De-icing of roadways
  • Solvay process
  • Mannheim process


Chemistry Table

Sodium chloride

Sodium Chloride Crystals 99% ACS Grade Specifications

Assay (NaCl) Min. 99.0%
pH of a 5% Solution @ 25°C 5.0-9.0
Chlorate and Nitrate (as NO3) 0.003%
Heavy Metals (as Pb) 5 ppm
Insoluble Matter 0.005%
Iodide (I) 0.002%
Bromide (Br) 0.01%
Phosphate (PO4) 5 ppm
Sulfate (SO4) 0.004%
Barium (Ba) To Pass Test
Iron (Fe) 2 ppm
Calcium (Ca) 0.002%
Magnesium (Mg) 0.001%
Potassium (K) 0.005%

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