Sodium Hydroxide Pellets (Laboratory Use)

Sodium Hydroxide Pellets (Laboratory Use)

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Description

Looking for sodium hydroxide for laboratory use?
  • We supply sodium hydroxide for laboratory use in 500g containers, with discounts available for bulk orders over 4 items

  • This product is sold with a 96% minimum purity and impurity levels not exceeding 2% carbonate, 0.01% chloride, 0.05% sulphate, 0.001% lead and 0.1% potassium.

  • We also offer further options with all our products, such as customised labelling and specific pack sizes

About sodium hydroxide: chemical and physical properties

  • Name: sodium hydroxide

  • Alternative names: caustic soda, lye

  • Molecular formula: NaOH

  • Molecular weight: 39.99 g/mol

  • Appearance: can be sold as crystals, flakes, beads, pellets, powder or in solution

  • Colour: colourless to white

  • Odour: odourless

  • Boiling point: 1388 degree Celsius (2534 Fahrenheit)

  • Melting point: 318 degree Celsius (605 Fahrenheit)

  • Solubility: can dissolve in alcohol, glycerol and water

  • Density: 2.13 g/cu (25 degree Celsius)

  • Stability: sodium hydroxide needs to be stored in a tightly closed container, to prevent exposure to carbon dioxide, which converts this compound to sodium carbonate. Sodium hydroxide is known for its ability to rapidly absorb carbon dioxide from water and air

  • Decomposition: It may release toxic fumes and gases when heated

  • Corrosivity: highly corrosive to certain metals and glass

  • pH: alkaline solution, ranging from pH 12 (0.05% w/w solution) to 14 (5% w/w solution)

  • Reactivity: sodium hydroxide can react with mineral acids, forming the respective salt. It can also react with weak acids, including sulphur dioxide and hydrogen sulphide and carbon dioxide, as well as amphoteric metals (such as zinc and aluminium) and their oxides, to generate complex anions. Lastly, organic acids also react with this compound to produce soluble salts.

  • Storage: This compound can be very dangerous, and safe storage is essential to ensure the staff safety. Sodium hydroxide must be stored away from acids and metals, in its original containers and tightly closed.  

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All our products come with 100% quality guarantee and are usually shipped within 24 hours after purchase. If you need assistance with your order, a member of staff will be glad to help before, during and after your order to ensure our products meet your expectations. Simply contact us for further information or free technical advice.

Specification

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MSDS Files

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Please note: we only deliver to registered UK businesses at non-residential addresses with a minimum order value of £100 before VAT

We only supply to mainland UK, contact us on 0800 990 3258 for rates to Ireland.

Please notify us if you have specific delivery requirements such as restricted access, requirement for a tail-lift delivery vehicle or pallet truck. Failure to notify us of a special delivery instructions can incur additional charges from our carriers.

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