What is Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate?

Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate, commonly known as O – Dibutyl Dithiophosphate is an aqueous solution of dialkyl dithiophosphate. It is a widely used Industrial Chemical, having many applications.

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Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate

 

What is Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate used for?

Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate is a very effective and selective collecting agent. The following are some of the chemical's applications and advantages: 

  • It is utilized as a collecting agent in the mining industry. When compared to other thiol collectors, it is more effective.
  • It is used to separate copper sulphide and copper activated zinc sulphides from sulphides in the presence of zinc and iron sulphides.
  • It is employed in the flotation of copper-activated iron sulphides, nickel-bearing minerals, antimony minerals, and other applications. 
  • It promotes precious metals recovery, such as gold and silver.

 

What is the Chemical Formula of Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate?

Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate has the chemical formula of C8H18NaPS2.

 

Is Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate harmful to life?

When Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate is contacted or inhaled, it can irritate and burn the skin, eyes, and respiratory tract, making it somewhat dangerous to life.

 

Where is Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate found? What does Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate look like?

In labs, Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate may be synthesized from the aqueous solution of dialkyl dithiophosphate.

Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate is a stable liquid with a yellowish or dark brown color and no odor.

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Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate

 

What are the Hazardous effects of Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate?

Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate is a less harmful compound that is stable under normal conditions. However, it can harmful to life when inhaled or ingested.

 

What are precautionary measures necessary to be taken to handle Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate?

  • Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate is a non-flammable chemical, although it should be stored and handled properly to avoid any negative consequences.
  • Adequate industrial hygiene practices and personal protective equipment must be worn at all times.
  • When not in use, sodium dibutyl dithiophosphate should be kept in sealed containers.

 

What will happen if Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate is heated?

Although Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate is not flammable, it undergoes decomposition to its constituents when heated.

 

Is Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate soluble compound?

Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate is soluble in water and many other liquids.

 

Where can I buy Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate?

Here at Camachem, Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate is for sale. If you need a large amount, these chemicals can be supplied in the intermediate Bulk Container (IBC) drum and steel drums of various sizes. Camachem has been directly supplying Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate to consumers all over the world.

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Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate Packaging

 

How much does Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate cost?

The cost of raw materials, shipping, and other industrial inputs are generally a factor in the pricing. The price per tonne is around $1500.00.

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Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate cost

 

What is the PH of Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate?

Because Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate is basic, with a Ph range of 10 to 13.

 

Is Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate an Electrolyte compound?

Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate dissociates into positive Sodium ions and negative Cyanide ions, making it a strong electrolyte.

 

Can Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate go down the drain?

Since it is dangerous to aquatic life, this chemical cannot be flushed down the drain. As a result, Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate should be disposed of safely in a landfill or under the rules and regulations.

 

What is the difference between and Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate and Sodium Diisobutyl Dithiophosphate?

Even though these two compounds have similar appearances, availability, and manufacturing procedures, the ways these two chemicals are used differ significantly. Sodium Diisobutyl Dithiophosphate is used for collecting nickel, zinc minerals, and copper whereas, Sodium Dibutyl Dithiophosphate is used for collecting and frothing agent of nonferrous metallic minerals in the mining industry.