Sodium Fluoride Powder Lab Grade *

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NaF
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1690
Description

Sodium Fluoride, also known as Chemifluor, Floridine, and Sodium monofluoride, has the chemical formula NaF. It appears as colorless to white crystals or crystalline powder with no odor and salty taste. It is sparingly soluble in Water but insoluble in Alcohol at ambient conditions. When heated to decomposition, it emits toxic fumes Hydrogen Fluoride and Disodium Oxide. On a lab scale, it is often prepared by reaction of Hydrofluoric Acid with Soda Ash or Caustic Soda. Lab grade chemicals possess reasonable purity but do not comply with any official standard for quality or purity like the ACS Grade, the USP Grade, or the FCC Grade. The Lab Grade is also known as Laboratory Reagent (LR) and Chemically Pure (CP). Lab Alley’s Sodium Fluoride, Lab Grade is available for sale online at laballey.com. It is highly recommended for educational institutes and research labs.

Specifications

Sodium Fluoride Powder ACS Features:

Assay (NaF) 98.5-100.5%
Acidity or Alkalinity To Pass Test
Loss on Drying 0.5%
Fluosilicant To Pass Test
Chloride 0.012%
Heavy Metals 0.003%
Organic Volatile Impurities To Pass Test
Appearance of Solution To Pass Test
Sulfate 0.02%
Applications
Common Uses
  • Reagent
  • Finkelstein reaction
  • Fungicide
  • Degreasing agent
Commercial/Industrial Applications
  • Electroplating
  • Frosting of glasses
  • Metallurgy
  • Wood preservatives
Safety and Handling

Sodium Fluoride Powder Lab Shipping Information:
DOT: Sodium Fluoride, 6.1, UN1690, PG III

Please contact us to request a Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and Certificate of Analysis (COA) for Sodium Fluoride Powder Lab.

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