What is Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous?

Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous is an organic compound that can also be categorized as an industrial chemical. Sodium Sulfite can exist both as anhydrous and as a heptahydrate. The chemical is notable for its actions as an antioxidant and preservative.

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Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous.

 

What is Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous used for?

Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous finds usage in various industries. Its common uses are as follows:

  • It is used for pulp and paper making in the paper industry.
  • It is helpful in film emulsion and washing of fixers of a photo-paper in photography.
  • It is used commercially for preservation purposes. It aids the discoloration of dried fruit and can preserve meat.
  • You can use it for bleaching, desulfurizing, and as a dechlorinator in the textile-making industry.
  • It acts as a sulfomethylation agent and can produce sodium thiosulfate.

 

What is the chemical formula of Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous?

The chemical formula of Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous is Na2SO3.

 

Is Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous harmful to life?

Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous is not considered hazardous. There is no information on its harmful effect. Meanwhile, you should not handle the chemical indiscriminately.

 

Where is Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous found, and what does it look like?

Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous can be made industrially by sulfur dioxide and sodium carbonate reactions. The chemical is a white color substance with no odor. It is highly soluble in water. It is soluble in glycerol but insoluble in chlorine and ammonia.

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Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous.

 

What are the hazardous effects of Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous?

There is no proper information on whether Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous poses an acute threat to the human body. Nonetheless, you must handle the chemical safely.

 

What are the precautionary measures necessary to handle Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous?

There is a right way to handle chemicals. Hence, the following precautions must be observed while handling Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous:

  • Avoid handling chemicals with contaminated clothes and protective materials.
  • Use gloves and aprons while using the chemical.
  • Do not eat, drink, or smoke while handling chemicals.
  • Keep chemicals in a well-ventilated environment.

 

What will happen if Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous is heated?

Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous will decompose on heating. As such, it may liberate toxic or corrosive fumes.

 

Is Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous a soluble compound?

Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous is highly soluble in water. It is also soluble in glycerol but insoluble in chlorine and ammonia.

 

Where can I buy Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous?

Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous is available for sale at Camachem. The company offers Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous for sale in different packages such as 25kg, 1000kg, and 1200kg PPE bags. Camachem is notable for shipping chemicals from China to clients from different countries.

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How much does Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous cost?

The cost of Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous varies depending on the cost of production. The cost per Ton is $100. You can use the free quotation option to request an instant quotation on your desired quantity.

 

What is the pH value of Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous?

Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous will have a pH value of between 8.5 and 10. It is a basic chemical.

 

Is Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous an electrolyte compound?

Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous is a potent electrolyte compound. It is an ionic compound containing sodium cations (Na+) and sulfite anion (SO32-).

 

Can Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous go down the drain?

Do not empty Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous into drains. It is appropriate to dispose of chemicals according to the local chemical disposal authority's regulations.

 

What is the difference between Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous and Potassium Sulfite?

Sodium Sulfite Anhydrous is applicable in different industries such as textiles, photography, and paper-making industries. Meanwhile, Potassium Sulfite is only valid for preserving food and beverages.