Other Name: Sodium Hydroxide
Molecular Formula: NaOH
CAS No.: 1310-73-2
Type: Caustic soda Flakes, pearls, solid
Content: 96%, 99%
White flakes pearls; Solid. Colorless non-transparent solid, freely deliquescent
1. Used as the most common paint stripper on wooden objects.
2. Used in conjunction with zinc for creation of the famous "Gold pennies" experiment.
3. Used in the refining of alumina containing ore (bauxite) to produce alumina (aluminum oxide) which is the raw material used to produce aluminum metal via the smelting process.
4. Used in soap making (cold process soap, saponification).
5. Food uses of sodium hydroxide include washing or chemical peeling of fruits and vegetables
6. Used in the home as a drain cleaning agent for clearing clogged drains.
7. Used as a cleaner in breweries, where it is simply called "caustic".
Flakes/Solid: In 25kg p. W. Bags. 20MT/20'FCL
Pearls: In 25kg or 50kg p. W. Bags. 25MT/20'FCL
| Caustic Soda|| Flakes 96%|| Flakes 99%||Solid 99%||Pearls 96%|| Pearls 99%|
| NaOH|| 96.68% Min|| 99.28% Min|| 99.30% Min|| 96.60% Min|| 99.35% Min|
| Na2CO3|| 1.2% Max|| 0.5% Max|| 0.5% Max|| 1.5% Max|| 0.5% Max|
| NaCl|| 2.5% Max|| 0.03% Max|| 0.03% Max|| 2.1% Max|| 0.03% Max|
| Fe2O3|| 0.008 Max|| 0.005 Max|| 0.005% Max|| 0.009% Max|| 0.005% Max|