What is Sodium Hypochlorite?

A solution produced by reacting chlorine with a sodium hydroxide solution is sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl). Most chlor-alkali cells produce these two reactants as significant co-products. Sodium hypochlorite, often known as bleach, has many applications and is an effective disinfectant and antibacterial agent. Bleach is a brand name for sodium hypochlorite, which has the chemical formula NaClO. It is a clear yellow chemical.

This chemical has a variety of industrial applications, although it is most often employed as a bleaching agent in homes and the wastewater treatment industry.

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Sodium Hypochlorite

 

What is Sodium Hypochlorite used for?

The chemical sodium hypochlorite is very helpful. It's a water chemical that's most often employed in wastewater treatment. Other applications include:

  • The bleaching chemical sodium hypochlorite is widely used in the home.
  • It is highly efficient in cleaning because of its detaining qualities. Mold stains, dental stains, crockery stains, and laundry stains may all be successfully removed with this product.
  • It is an excellent disinfectant because of its antibacterial characteristics.
  • Its solution is used to sanitize surfaces.
  • It is found in toilet cleaners and other home cleaning goods.
  • It has deodorizing effects as well.
  • Its wastewater treatment solutions are extensively utilized. It's very good at treating cyanide wastewater with a low concentration of cyanide.
  • It is also highly employed in the medical field. It's being used in endodontic treatment.

 

What is the Chemical Formula of Sodium Hypochlorite?

Sodium hypochlorite (also known as bleach in a dilute solution) is a chemical compound made up of a sodium cation (Na+) and a hypochlorite anion (OCl or ClO) with the formula NaOCl or NaClO.

Is Sodium Hypochlorite harmful to life?

It is dangerous to consume sodium hypochlorite. Vomiting and corrosive damage to the gastrointestinal system may occur when too much salt is consumed. Household bleaches containing sodium hypochlorite often produce esophageal discomfort, although they have a small risk of severe damage, such as perforation. According to the MSDS for sodium hypochlorite, it is usually safe to use as an industrial product since it may be used for wastewater treatment and industrial cooling water. To prevent any negative consequences, proper storage and disposal of sodium hypochlorite must be considered.

 

Where is Sodium Hypochlorite found? What does Sodium Hypochlorite look like?

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Sodium Hypochlorite Cost

Sodium Hypochlorite is a clear yellow industrial chemical. It is produced in factories by diluting sodium hypochlorite solution with water to make a new 25% solution.

 

What are the hazardous effects of Sodium Hypochlorite?

If eaten or if exposed to the skin or eyes, sodium hypochlorite may be hazardous. Sodium Hypochlorite gas is generated when combined with acidic solutions, and chloramine solution is produced when mixed with ammonia-based solutions, which contribute to harmful effects.

 

What precautionary measures should be taken in handling Sodium Hypochlorite?

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Proper handling of Sodium Hypochlorite

Proper handling and storage of Sodium Hypochlorite must be fully observed and wearing appropriate personal protective equipment. Keep the compound cold, dry, and well-ventilated away from incompatible chemicals.

 

What will happen if Sodium Hypochlorite is heated?

Chlorine dissolves from the solution at a rate of 0.75-gram active chlorine per day. The sodium hypochlorite then disintegrates when heated. When sodium hypochlorite comes into touch with acids, sunshine, some metals, and toxic and corrosive gasses, such as chlorine gas, this also occurs.

 

Is Sodium Hypochlorite soluble compound?

Sodium Hypochlorite is highly soluble in water and methanol. It decomposes to chlorate or oxygen.

 

Where can I buy Sodium Hypochlorite?

At Camachem, we have Sodium Hypochlorite 10%-13% (NaC1O) in stock and for sale. It is available in different weight packaging:

  • Plastic drum with 30kg/drum capacity
  • IBC Tank with 1200kg/tank capacity

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Sodium Hypochlorite Packaging

 

How much does Sodium Hypochlorite cost?

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Sodium Hypochlorite Cost

Prices are affected by the cost of raw materials used in Sodium Hypochlorite (Available 10%-13%). However, our estimated FOB price of Sodium Hypochlorite is $450.00 per tonne. Free quotation for bulk orders is available upon request.

 

What is the pH of Sodium Hypochlorite?

 Sodium Hypochlorite is a somewhat alkaline liquid with a pH range of 11.5-13 depending on concentrations.

 

Is Sodium Hypochlorite an Electrolyte compound?

Sodium Hypochlorite (NaClO) is an ionic compound made up of the ions Na+ and ClO-. As a result, it is a strong electrolyte that dissociates fully in solution into sodium and chloride.

 

Can Sodium Hypochlorite go down the drain?

 Sodium Hypochlorite can pose hazards to human life and the environment. It has to be kept out of the sewer, drains, and natural waterways. For proper discarding, it should be disposed of by thermal treatment or incineration at approved facilities.

 

Is Sodium Hypochlorite Acidic or Basic?

Sodium hypochlorite solution is a weak, combustible base.

 

What is Sodium Hypochlorite different from Sodium Isopropyl Xanthate?

Carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, sulfur, and sodium make up Sodium Isopropyl Xanthate, an industrial compound. SIPX stands for Sodium Isopropyl Xanthate, and its chemical formula is (CH3)2CHOCSSNa. It was a light-yellow powder that was water-soluble.