|Name:||Sodium Sulphate Anhydrous||Other Name:||Sodium Sulphate|
Industrial Grade Anhydrous Sodium Sulphate,
Na2SO4 Anhydrous Sodium Sulphate,
7757-82-6 Anhydrous Sodium Sulphate
Industrial Grade Sodium Sulfate White Powder Anhydrous Sodium Sulphate For Paper And Glass
Anhydrous sodium sulfate, an inorganic compound, is a salt formed by the combination of sulfate and sodium ions, also known as anhydrous Glauber's salt or sodium sulfate. It is a white, odorless, bitter crystal or powder with hygroscopicity. The appearance is colorless, transparent, large crystals or small granular crystals. Mainly used to make water glass, glass, enamel, pulp, refrigeration mixture, detergent, desiccant, dye diluent, analytical chemical reagent, pharmaceuticals, etc.
|TEST ITEMS||STANDARD VALUE||TEST VALUE|
|Insolubles in water||0.05% Max||0.01%|
|Ca+Mg (as Mg)||0.15% Max||0.01%|
|Chloride (as Cl)||0.35% Max||0.00%|
|Fe (as Fe)||0.002% Max||0.00%|
1. It is used as a cooking agent in the manufacture of kraft pulp in the paper industry.
2. Used as dye auxiliary agent in printing and dyeing industry.
3. The glass industry is used to replace soda ash.
4. The chemical industry is used as a raw material for the manufacture of sodium sulfide, sodium silicate and other chemical products.
5. In the textile industry, it is used to prepare vinylon spinning coagulation bath.
6. The role in cement. After adding fly ash, the early strength of cement decreases. Adding sodium sulfate can increase the amount of fly ash.
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