Sodium Peroxide, Lab Grade, Sodium Salt Of Hydrogen Peroxide – Lab Alley

Sodium Peroxide, Lab Grade

Sodium Peroxide, Lab Grade
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SKU: C7624-25g
Sodium Peroxide Lab Grade, 25g
SKU: C7624-125g
Sodium Peroxide Lab Grade, 125g

Laboratory Grade Sodium Peroxide For Sale Online At

Chemical Properties Of Laboratory Grade Sodium Peroxide Sold Online At

  • CAS Number: 1313-60-6
  • Molecular Formula: Na2O2
  • Formula Weight: 77.98

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Uses Of Sodium Peroxide

  • Sodium Peroxide For Cleaning
  • Sodium Peroxide Is Used As An Oxidizing Agent And Bleaching Agent
  • Sodium Peroxide is used for personal care products, including cosmetics, shampoos, perfumes, soaps, lotions, toothpastes, etc.
  • Sodium Peroxide is used as an oxygen source by reacting with carbon dioxide to produce oxygen and sodium carbonate.
  • Sodium Hydroxide is an antibacterial agent in Mr. Clean.
  • Sodium Peroxide is used for bleaching animal and vegetable fibers, feathers, bones, ivory, wood, wax, sponges, coral; rendering air charged with carbon dioxide respirable as in torpedo boats, submarines, diving bells, etc; purifying air in sick rooms; dyeing and printing textiles; chemical analysis; general oxidizing agent.
  • Sodium Peroxide is a source of sodium that is suitable for optic, glass and ceramic applications.

Information On Sodium Peroxide From Wikipedia

Sodium peroxide is the inorganic compound with the formula Na2O2. This yellowish solid is the product of sodium ignited in excess oxygen. It is a strong base. This metal peroxide exists in several hydrates and peroxyhydrates including Na2O2·2H2O2·4H2O, Na2O2·2H2O, Na2O2·2H2O2, and Na2O2·8H2O. The octahydrate, which is simple to prepare, is white, in contrast to the anhydrous material.

Sodium peroxide hydrolyzes to give sodium hydroxide and hydrogen peroxide according to the reaction

Na2O2 + 2 H2O → 2 NaOH + H2O2

Sodium peroxide was used to bleach wood pulp for the production of paper and textiles. Presently it is mainly used for specialized laboratory operations, e.g., the extraction of minerals from various ores. Sodium peroxide may go by the commercial names of Solozone and Flocool. In chemistry preparations, sodium peroxide is used as an oxidizing agent. It is also used as an oxygen source by reacting it with carbon dioxide to produce oxygen and sodium carbonate:

2 Na2O2 + 2 CO2 → 2 Na2CO3 + O2

It is thus particularly useful in scuba gear, submarines, etc. Lithium peroxide has similar uses. Read more here.

Sodium Peroxide [ Video From WikiAudio]

What happens when sodium peroxide reacts with water?

"When sodium peroxide dissolves in water, it is hydrolyzed and forms sodium hydroxide and hydrogen peroxide." ... When sodium peroxide dissolves in water, it is hydrolyzed and forms sodium hydroxide and hydrogen peroxide. Read more here.

Na2O2 Sodium Peroxide Reactions [ Video From ChemicalForce]

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