|Minimum Order Quantity||500 Kg|
|Melting Point||48.3 Deg C|
|Boiling Point||100 Deg C|
|Packaging Type||50 kg|
|Molar Mass||158.11 g/mol|
Sodium Thiosulphate also called as thiosulfuric acid or disodium salt is an inorganic salt that is also available in the pentahydrates. This chemical substance has a chemical formula of Na2S2O3. It appears as a bright white colourless crystal or even in powder form. The substance is known to possess Alkaline nature when decomposed to sulphide and sulfate in the air. Sodium thiosulfate readily dissolves in water giving thiosulfate ions, one of the useful reducing agents. The Copper (II) sulfate dissolves to give the cupric ion; regarding a redox reaction with the thiosulfate, the cupric particles act like oxidizing agentS.
Name: Sodium Thiosulphate
Chemical formula: Na2S2O3
Chemical name: Sodium Thiosulphate
Other names: Sodium hyposulphite, Hyposulphite of soda, Hypo
Cas number: 7772-98-7
Molar mass: 158.11 g/mol
Appearance: White crystals
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PACK: 50 KG BAG
White crystalline material
White crystalline material
Strength as Na2S2O3.5H20
pH of 10% solution
7.0 – 9.0
Insoluble in water
Solubility in water(40% w/v solution)
Sodium thiosulfate is used in the manufacture of patinas
In industries, the chemical is used for the dechlorination of small water bodies like ponds, aquariums, etc
In photography, the chemical is used as a fixing agent to dissolve the silver salts from the negatives
The chemical can be utilized as a cleansing agent when dissolved in a vast quantity of warm water
It is well-used as an antidote agent concerning the cyanide poisoning
In the medical field, it is employed in the pharmaceutical preparations such as anionic surfactant aiding in dispersion
Photography: Na2S2O3.5H2O is used in photography for the reduction of silver to metallic silver. That is for dissolving silver salt from the negative’s sodium thiosulfate is used as a fixing agent.
Industrial application: It is used for the extraction of gold from its ore. And also, it is used as a dechlorinating agent for small water bodies like aquariums, ponds, etc. It also has applications in the leather industry that is for the tanning process.
Medical application: For the preparation of pharmaceuticals, sodium thiosulfate is used. The most important application of sodium thiosulfate is used as an antidote for cyanide poisoning. And also, it is used for reducing the side effects of chemotherapy.
|Minimum Order Quantity||100 Kg|
|Usage/Application||FOOD & BEVERAGES,PHARMACEUTICALS,HEALTH & PERSONAL CARE PRODUCTS,AGRICULTURE/ANIMAL FEED/OTHER INDUS|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
|Packaging Size||25 KG|
|Molar Mass||82.034 g/mol|
Sodium Acetate Anhydrous is the anhydrous, sodium salt form of acetic acid. Sodium acetate anhydrous disassociates in water to form sodium ions (Na+) and acetate ions. Sodium is the principal cation of the extracellular fluid and plays a large part in fluid and electrolyte replacement therapies.
Sodium Acetate, Anhydrous is a moderately water-soluble crystalline Sodium source that decomposes to Sodium oxide on heating. It is generally immediately available in most volumes. All metallic acetates are inorganic salts containing a metal cation and the acetate anion, a univalent (-1 charge) polyatomic ion composed of two carbon atoms ionically bound to three hydrogen and two oxygen atoms (Symbol: CH3COO) for a total formula weight of 59.05. Acetates are excellent precursors for production of ultra-high purity compounds, catalysts, and nanoscale materials. We also produce Sodium Acetate, Anhydrous Solution. American Elements produces to many standard grades when applicable, including Mil Spec (military grade); ACS, Reagent and Technical Grade; Food, Agricultural and Pharmaceutical Grade
Name: Sodium acetate anhydrous
Chemical Formula: C2H3NaO2
Chemical Name: Sodium acetate
Other Names: Hot ice
Cas Number: 127-09-3
Molar Mass: 82.034 g/mol
Appearance: White deliquescent powder
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PACK: 25 KG BAG
Sodium acetate is the sodium salt of acetic acid. Sodium Acetate Anhydrous used in Food, Beverage, Pharmaceutical, Health & Personal care products, Agriculture/Animal Feed/Poultry. Sodium Acetate Anhydrous (E262) is a white powder or granular used as a preservative, flavouring, pH conditioning agent. It can provide a salty or vinegary flavour to potato chips.
In Food: Sodium acetate Anhydrous may be added to food as a acidity regulator, emulsifier and preservative, seasoning, sometimes in the form of sodium diacetate. The application in ripened cheeses, processed cheese and cheese analogues, sour cream, buttermilk, yogurt, condensed milk and any dairy or whey-based drinks. Sodium acetate i also used in fruits and vegetables during processing canning or drying. You can also find the use of Sodium acetate Anhydrous in custards, dairy-based treats like ice cream and pudding and confectionery foods like chocolate, candies and icing, vinegar, mustard, broths, soups, sauces and fat-based spreads like margarine and butter blends.
In Beverage: Sodium acetate Anhydrous is also used in beverage.
In Pharmaceutical: Sodium Acetate Anhydrous used in diabetes treatment in pharmaceutical.
In Health & Personal care products: Sodium acetate used as Buffering Agent; Fragrance Ingredient; MASKING in baby products, bath products, cleansing products, eye makeup, shaving preparations and hair and skin care products.
In Agriculture/Animal Feed/Poultry: Sodium acetate is used in Agriculture/Animal Feed/Poultry products.
In Other Industries: Sodium acetate is also used in heating pads, hand warmers, and hot ice.
In Industrial : Sodium acetate is used in the textile industry to neutralize sulfuric acid waste streams and as a photoresist while using aniline dyes. It is also a pickling agent in chrome tanning and helps to impede vulcanization of chloroprene in synthetic rubber production. In processing cotton for disposable cotton pads, sodium acetate is used to eliminate the build-up of static electricity.
|Minimum Order Quantity||100 Kg|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
|Packaging Size||50 KG|
|Molecular Weight||278.02 g/mol|
|pH Value||3 TO 5|
Ferrous sulphate is an iron salt that is also known as green vitriol. Ferrous Sulphate signifies a variety of salts with the formula FeSO4⋅xH2O. The Other names of Iron (II) sulphate include; Ferrous sulphate, Green vitriol, Iron vitriol, Copperas, Melanterite, Solenocyte. Blue green heptahydrate (hydrate with “7” water molecules) is the most common type of this material. All Iron (II) sulphates dissolve in water to produce the same aquo complex [Fe(H2O)6]2+, which is paramagnetic and has the octahedral molecular geometry.
Name: Ferrous sulphate
Chemical Formula: FeSO4
Chemical Name: Iron(II) sulfate
Other Names: Iron(II) sulphate; Ferrous sulfate, Green vitriol, Iron vitriol, Ferrous vitriol, Copperas, Melanterite, Szomolnokite
Cas Number: 7782-63-0
Molar Mass: 278.02 g/mol
Appearance: Blue-green crystals
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PACK: 50 kg
94% to 95%
3 to 5
Medicine: Iron deficiency is the most common nutritional deficiency in the United States. Athletes, young women, vegetarians, and older adults, for instance, are more likely to have iron deficiency than other people
Together with other iron compounds, ferrous sulfate fortifies foods and treats low iron levels in blood such as those caused by anemia or pregnancy
Iron helps blood to carry oxygen through the human body.
Colorant: Ferrous sulfate was used in the manufacture of inks, most notably iron gall ink, which was used during the Middle Ages until the end of the eighteenth century. Chemical tests made on the Lachish letters
Pomegranate to make a dark olive green
Madder (a Eurasian herb) to make a deep grayish purple
Tannin to make a grayed purple
Chestnut to make a medium gray
Cutch (a dyestuff and tanning agent) to make a rich chocolate brown
Plant growth: Much like aluminium sulfate, ferrous sulfate is used as a soil amendment for lowering the pH of a high alkaline soil so plants can more readily access the soil’s nutrients. In horticulture it is used for treating iron chlorosis, a yellowing of plant leaves caused by iron deficiency. Although not as rapid-acting as ferric EDTA, its effects are longer-lasting. Gardeners and farmers mix it with compost and dig it into the soil to create a store which can last for years. They may also use it as a lawn conditioner and moss killer
Phosphorus Removal and Colour Reduction in Wastewater: Ferrous sulfate is the coagulant of choice for many industrial and sanitary wastewater treatment applications, due to its high efficiency, effectiveness in clarification, and utility as a sludge dewatering agent (4). A coagulation treatment is the process of removing suspended solids and colour from, in this case, water. A few things to consider when treating water are TSS, FOG, BOD, and COD.
|Minimum Order Quantity||50 Kg|
|Synonyms||Caustic Potash, Lye, Potash Lye|
|Packaging Details||50 Kg Bag|
|Molecular Weight||56.11 g/mol|
|Grade Standard||Industrial Grade|
Potassium hydroxide is also known as caustic potash, lye, and potash lye. This alkali metal hydroxide is a very powerful base. The aqueous form of potassium hydroxide appears as a clear solution. In its solid form, KOH can exist as white to slightly yellow lumps, flakes, pellets, or rods. No characteristic odour can be attributed to this compound in its solid state. Potassium hydroxide is soluble in water, freely soluble in ethanol, methanol, and glycerine. It is slightly soluble in ether. It is non-combustible but highly corrosive. It is widely used in chemical manufacturing, cleaning compounds, and petroleum refining. It is an extremely corrosive and hygroscopic strong alkaline in the form of white crystals or flakes. KOH dissolves in water, melts at 360°C and boils at 1320°C. It is possible to obtain a potassium hydroxide solution through electrolysis of a potassium chloride solution. Bear in mind that the substance is highly toxic and causes irritation of skin and the mucous membranes of the eyes and nose. If swallowed, even small amounts of KOH lead to acute poisoning and are even life-threatening.
Name: Potassium hydroxide
Chemical formula: KOH
Chemical Name: Potassium hydroxide
Other Names: Caustic Potash, Lye, Potash Lye
Cas Number: 1310-58-3
Molar mass: 56.11 g/mol
Appearance: White solid
Certificate of analysis
Make: Gacl, Unid Korea
Pack: 25 & 50 kg bag
Potassium hydroxide solution is more conductive when compared to NaOH and therefore used as an electrolyte in some alkaline batteries.
It is used as a pH control agent in the food industry.
It is used in the thickening of food.
It is used in chip fabrication for semiconductors.
It is used in the manufacturing of cuticle removers which are used in manicure treatment.
It is used in the identification of species of fungi.
It is used in mercerizing cotton.
It is used in alkalimetric titrations in analytical chemistry.
Used in the manufacturing of liquid fertilisers.
Due to its caustic, bleaching and drying properties, potassium hydroxide is widely used in the chemical (production of detergents), automotive, pharmaceutical, food and beauty industries.
The white crystals of KOH are used for example in the industrial production of:
soaps (mostly soft soap), detergents, washing liquids and bleaches,
alkaline batteries, nickel-cadmium accumulators (potassium hydroxide is the electrolyte),
impregnants used for the preservation and hydrophobisation of sandstone, granite, limestone, travertine and paving block,
laboratory reagents (gynaecological tests and diagnostics),
silicon photovoltaic cells (potassium hydroxide is used in the process of texturing, i.e. smoothing silicon wafers).
In the food industry, potassium hydroxide granules are used as an acidity regulator and stabiliser designated as E525. It is added to a variety of processed products such as confectionery, preserves, cocoa or dietary supplements.
|Packaging Size||25/50 Kg|
|Grade Standard||Technical Grade|
|Packaging Type||Bag, Drum|
|PH Value||6.5-7.0 pH|
|Moisture Content||Greater Than 0.9%|
|Potassium Sulfate||Less Than 98.6%|
K2SO4 is an inorganic chemical compound. It is also known as Sulfuric acid dipotassium salt or dipotassium sulfate. Potassium sulfate occurs naturally in volcanic lava and salt lakes. It appears as a colourless to white crystalline powder or crystals. It is odourless and has a bitter, hard and saline-like taste. It dissolves in water but insoluble in ethanol. Potassium (K) fertilizer is commonly added to improve the yield and quality of plants growing in soils that are lacking an adequate supply of this essential nutrient. Most fertilizer K comes from ancient salt deposits located throughout the world. The word “potash” is a general term that most frequently refers to potassium chloride (KCl), but it also applies to all other K-containing fertilizers, such as potassium sulfate (K₂SO₄, commonly referred to as sulfate of potash, or SOP). Potassium sulfate is an excellent source of K nutrition for plants. The K portion of the K₂SO₄ is no different from other common potash fertilizers. However, it also supplies a valuable source of S, which protein synthesis and enzyme function require. Like K, S can also be too deficient for adequate plant growth.
Name: Potassium sulphate
Chemical Formula: K₂SO₄
Other Names: Sulfuric acid, dipotassium salt, dipotassium sulfate
Cas number: 7778-80-5
Molar Mass: 174.26 g/mol
Appearance: white, crystalline powder or colorless crystals
It is dominantly used as a fertilizer for crops which include tobacco, some vegetables, and fruits.
Potassium sulfate is used as a salt substitute.
It is used in artillery propellant charges as a flash reducer.
It is used in soda blasting.
Potassium sulfate is used as a supplement for animal feeds.
It is used in the production of lubricants and dyes.
It is used in the manufacturing of ceramics and glass.
It is used in the production of gypsum boards.
It is used to synthesize potassium aluminium sulfate.
It is used to produce gypsum cement.
It is used in explosives as a flash suppressant
The main use would be as fertiliser from the agricultural industry, to provide the potassium that plants need to grow their crops: see potassium sulphate fertiliser.
In the aquariums the role of individual potassium sulphate is especially important, as the rest of the nutrients needed by the plants will be provided by the aquarium itself (via the fish food): see more on potassium sulphate aquarium.
It is also used in the pharmaceutical industry as a raw material for medicines as a potassium supplier.