What is Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid?

Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid, also known as Sodium Alkyl Hydroximic Acid is an inorganic compound with a carbonyl function group. It is a Mining Chemical, used as a collector and floatation agent.

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Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid

 

What is Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid used for?

Following are the application and strengths of Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid:

  • Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid is widely used in the mining area as a collector and flotation agent with oxidized sulfide as well as metallic oxides.
  • It may gather wolframite, copper oxide ores, titanic iron, hematite, niobium ores, and a variety of other minerals.
  • It is capable of extracting a wide range of non-ferrous metals.
  • In an alkaline atmosphere, this compound is a potent floater of cobalt and copper.
  • It could also be used as a metal chelator.
  • Hydroxamates are useful ligands in coordinate chemistry.

 

What is the Chemical Formula of Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid?

The usual arrangement of alkyl hydroximic acids is RC(O)N(OH)R', where R and R' are organic residues. As a result, the sodium group will be connected to RC(O)N(OH)R' in Sodium Alkyl Hydroximic Acid.

 

Is Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid harmful to life?

Since Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid is surface active and has a small molecular weight, it is likely to irritate. It can penetrate the epidermis and block particular enzymes such as urease, resulting in an increased risk of skin sensitization. Furthermore, because Alkyl Hydroximic Acid has a high protein reactivity, it should not be inhaled or consumed.

 

Where is Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid found? What does Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid look like?

In industries, sodium alkyl hydroxamic acid is made by mixing esters or acid chlorides with hydroxylamine salts. It can also be produced by the reaction of aldehydes and N-sulfonylhydroxylamine.

It is a liquid with a dark red color and no obvious odor.

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Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid

 

What are the Hazardous effects of Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid?

  • Exposure to Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid is hazardous to both humans and the environment.
  • It can irritate skin, eyes, and respiratory cells, as well as cause serious eye damage.
  • It is also detrimental to the environment, particularly aquatic biosystems.

 

What are precautionary measures necessary to be taken to handle Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid?

  • Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid should only be stored and handled by a trained professional to avoid any unfavorable situations.
  • Proper workplace hygiene and the usage of safety equipment are required at all times.
  • This chemical must also be kept at a temperature of 20 to 40 °C (68 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit) and kept away from intense heat, fire, and direct sunshine.

 

What will happen if Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid is heated?

When heated, sodium alkyl hydroxamic acid decomposes into its constituents. This chemical decomposes exothermically over 85°C, releasing a large quantity of heat as well as gases.

 

Is Alkyl hydroxamic a soluble compound?

Alkyl Hydroximic Acid is easily soluble in water and in variety of alkaline solutions.

 

Where can I buy Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid?

Here at Camachem, Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid is for sale. These chemicals can be supplied in Intermediate Bulk Container (IBC) drums and plastic drums of various sizes if you need a large quantity. Camachem has been selling Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid directly to customers all over the world.

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How much does Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid cost?

The cost of raw materials, shipping, and other industrial inputs are generally a factor in the pricing. The price per tonne is around $4000.00.

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Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid cost

 

What is the PH of Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid?

Hydroximic Acid is a basic with a PH range of 10 to 13.

 

Is Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid an Electrolyte compound?

Alkyl Hydroximic Acid is not an electrolytic compound because it does not break down into its ions.

 

Can Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid go down the drain?

Since Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid is a toxic substance, it should never be disposed of through drains. It has the potential of bioaccumulation and disturb aquatic ecosystems. Spills or unintentional releases of this chemical should therefore be contained, collected, and properly disposed of.

 

What is the difference between Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid and Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid?

Both compounds have similar physical properties and are employed for the same purpose: flotation. However, Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid is less expensive than Sodium Alkyl Hydroxamic Acid due to its differing chemical formula and properties.