Sodium Citrate Dihydrate Crystal Analytical Reagent Grade *

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Sodium Citrate Dihydrate, also known as Citrosodine, Trisodium Citrate Dihydrate, Sodium Citrate Tribasic Dihydrate, Citric Acid Trisodium Salt Dihydrate, and Sodium Citrate Tribasic Dihydrate, has the chemical formula C6H9Na3O9 or C6H5Na3O7-2H2O. It is dihydrate of Sodium Citrate and appears as colorless or white crystals or crystalline powder. It is soluble in Water and insoluble in alcohol at ambient conditions. Sodium Citrate is commonly available as three different salts of Sodium namely Monosodium Citrate, Disodium Citrate, and Trisodium Citrate. The Analytical Reagent Grade is generally equivalent to the American Chemical Society (ACS) Grade and is acceptable for use in analytical applications and research laboratories. Lab Alley is selling its premium quality Sodium Citrate Dihydrate, Analytical Reagent Grade online at in the United States of America (USA) and highly recommends using it in research labs for precise, repetitive, and consistent results.


Sodium Citrate Crystal AR Features:

Assay (C6H5Na3O7; Anhydrous Basis) 99.0-100.5%
Appearance White crystalline powder or white granular crystals
Odor Odorless
Water 10.0-13.0%
Acidity or Alkalinity To Pass Test
Appearance of a 10% Solution Clear and colorless
Tartrate To Pass Test
Chloride 50 ppm
Heavy Metals 5 ppm
Iron 5 ppm
Oxalates 300 ppm
Readily Carbonizable Substances To Pass Test
Sulfates 150 ppm
Endotoxin by LAL As Reported
Common Uses
  • Reagent
  • Buffer solution
  • Chemical precursor
  • Emulsifying agent
Commercial/Industrial Applications
  • Cosmetics
  • Synthesis of laundry products
  • Removal of carbonate scales
Safety and Handling

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