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  Sodium acetate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sodium acetate is used in the textile industry to neutralize sulfuric acid waste streams, and as a photoresist while using aniline dyes.
Sodium acetate is also used in consumer heating pads or hand warmers.
Sodium acetate can be prepared in the laboratory easily by the reaction of acetic acid with sodium carbonate, sodium bicarbonate, or sodium hydroxide to name a few bases which contain sodium.
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 Sodium Monochloro Acetate,Textile Chemicals Manufacturer,Sodium Monochloro Acetate Manufacturer,Textile Chemicals ...
Sodium Monochloro Acetate (SMCA) is the derivative of Monochloroacetic Acid (MCA) obtained by its neutralization with alkali.
Sodium Monochloro Acetate is available as granule and in powder form (of the two forms, granules have better flowing characteristics and reduced caking behavior, making them easier to use).
Sodium Monochloro Acetate is a hazardous substance and has been officially classified as “toxic”.but unlike MCA, SMCA is not corrosive to the skin.
www.abhishek-impex.com /sodium-monochloro-acetate.html   (399 words)

  
 Octyldodecanol, Sodium Diacetate, Sodium Acetate Anhydrous, Potassium Acetate, Sodium Acetate, Potassium Acetate ...
Sodium acetate is considered one of the best agents available for the neutralization of mineral acids.
Sodium acetate is added to drinking water for chickens to help prevent disease conditions associated with overheating and dehydration.
All in all, sodium acetate indeed is a remarkable chemical.
www.jarchem.com /sodium-acetate-anhydrous.htm   (547 words)

  
 The Heat Of Crystallization Of Several Hydrate Salts
Sodium Acetate Trihydrate exhibited a heat of crystallization of 42.1 cal/g for the 25-g packet and 43.2 cal/g for the 50-g packet with an average value of 42.7 cal/g (See graph 2).
The solubility for Sodium Acetate Trihydrate is 76 gm/100-mls water at 0°C with a density of 1.45 g/ml.
The melting point of Sodium Acetate is 58°C and becomes anhydr at 120°C. Sodium Acetate Trihydrate is used in photography, in chemistry to eliminate effect of strong acids, foot warmers, and as milk-bottle warmers.
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 Salad Dressing Goof
Consider this as well: Sodium is already present from the salt you may have added in the dressing's preparation.
Acetate ions are not all that uncommon in food.
Vince Calder ==================================================== Eating sodium acetate should be roughly about as harmful as drinking the amount of vinegar it was made from, plus eating a weight of salt equal to the sodium acetate if it were pure and solid.
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 Food coating compositions for foods cooked by microwave - Patent 4518618
In particular the salts are selected from potassium acetate, potassium chloride, potassium bicarbonate, potassium citrate, potassium dibasic phosphate, sodium acetate, sodium chloride, sodium bicarbonate, and sodium dibasic phosphate.
That is, the acetate, chloride, and bicarbonate are all maintained on a relatively equal basis.
Potassium acetate 10 1118.02 Potassium chloride 10 Potassium bicarbonate 10 3.
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 Akshay Chem. - Manufacturers and Exporters of Sodium Acetate, Potassium Acetate,Sodium Di - Acetate, Potassium / Sodium ...
Sodium Di-Acetate is available as white crystals with an acetic acid odour, soluble in water, slightly soluble in alcohol insoluble in ether.
Sodium Di-Acetate is used in the following :- Buffer, mold inhibitor, souring agent, intermediate for acid salts, mordants, varnish hardners, anti tarnishing agents, sequestrant and as a preservative in foods.
Sodium Di-Acetate is supplied in poly lined Poly Ethylene bags of 25 kgs each.
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 Federal Register: Food Additives for Use in Meat and Poultry Products...
In a June 9, 1995, letter to the petitioner, FDA stated that it had no objection to sodium acetate and sodium diacetate to be used at levels up to.25 percent as flavoring agents.
Accordingly, FSIS expects that establishments using sodium diacetate, sodium lactate, or potassium lactate to inhibit the growth of pathogens will modify their HACCP plans to establish the use of the substance as a critical control point (CCP) or to incorporate the use into an existing CCP.
Section 424.21 is amended in the chart in paragraph (c) by adding in alphabetical order new entries for ``potassium lactate,'' ``sodium diacetate,'' and ``sodium lactate'' under the class ``Antimicrobial agents'' and by revising the entries for ``sodium acetate'' and ``sodium diacetate'' under the class ``Flavoring agents'' to read as follows: Sec.
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 Crystallization of Supersaturated Sodium Acetate
A supersaturated solution of sodium acetate is poured onto one small sodium acetate crystal.
A solution of sodium acetate in water is in a flask.
A few small crystals of sodium acetate are placed on the top of the laboratory bench.
jchemed.chem.wisc.edu /JCESoft/CCA/CCA3/MAIN/ACETATE/PAGE1.HTM   (365 words)

  
 Akshay Chem. - Manufacturers and Exporters of Sodium Acetate, Potassium Acetate,Sodium Di - Acetate, Potassium / Sodium ...
Sodium Nitrate is available in a white crystalline form.
Sodium Nitrate is used in the manufacture of various types of Glass, Explosive-Blasting powder.
Sodium Nitrate is supplied in poly lined Poly Ethylene bags of 50 kgs each.
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 Acetate Buffer Calculation (Java)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
A Java applet that calculates the amount of acetic acid and sodium acetate necessary to achieve a buffer at a given pH and strength.
Press the calculate button, and the approximate masses of anhydrous acetic acid and sodium acetate dihydrate for one liter of solution will be displayed.
The molar ratios of acetic acid and sodium acetate are given in the Java control panel.
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 Howstuffworks "How do sodium-acetate heat pads work?"
It turns out that sodium acetate is very good at supercooling.
It "freezes" at 130 degrees F (54 degrees C), but it is happy to exist as a liquid at a much lower temperature and is extremely stable.
The plastic pouch eventually wears out and leaks, though (since sodium acetate is a food additive, it is non-toxic).
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 Heating pad - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A sodium acetate heat pad contains a supersaturated solution of sodium acetate (CH COONa) that heats when you start the crystallization process by clicking the piece of metal that is in the liquid.
The heat is released on solidification, which is triggered by flexing a (patented[1]) small flat disc of notched ferrous metal which releases very tiny adhered crystals of sodium acetate [2] into the solution which then act as nucleation sites for the recrystallization of the remainder of the salt solution.
To reuse the pad, it is placed in boiling water for 10-15 minutes which redissolves the sodium acetate in the contained water, once again creating a supersaturated solution.
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 BD - Diagnostic Systems: Acetate Differential Agar Slants
Acetate Differential Agar is used for the differentiation of Shigella species from Escherichia coli.
In a further extension of this approach, Trabulsi and Ewing developed Acetate Differential Agar, a chemically defined medium utilizing sodium acetate which enables the differentiation of Shigella species from E.
Their basal medium was Simmons Citrate Agar in which sodium acetate was substituted for sodium citrate.
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 Sodium Acetate prep problem
If you have pure sodium bicarbonate, then the powder must be snow-white (and not off-white with a light yellowish tint) and when it is added to water, it must dissolve without any turbidity.
Sodium Acetate can be prepared by adding an equimolar amount of sodium hydroxide to glacial acetic acid.
Sodium Hydroxide is available for biodiesel/soap production and glacial acetic acid is available as a photography chemical.
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 Sodium Acetate, Potassium Acetate, Acetate, Ammonium Acetate, Calcium Acetate - Jarchem Industries, Inc.
Is an ingredient used in permanent wave and haircare formulations.
Is used as a buffer in controlling the pH of food during various stages of processing as well as finished goods.
Used in conjunction with sodium diacetate as a flavor enhancer.
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 Sodium Acetate, Salt; Sugar ID   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The problem is that to differentiate sodium acetate from sodium chloride and sucrose, the directions stipulate that phenolphthalein will turn pink when added to the sodium acetate, but not to the other two.
Apparently the hydrolysis of acetate is not sufficient to carry the indicator over.
The end result is a slow accumulation of sodium hydroxide (which will actually give sodium carbonate by absorption of atmospheric carbon dioxide, but let us not confuse things too much), which makes the material more alkaline.
www.newton.dep.anl.gov /askasci/chem00/chem00768.htm   (357 words)

  
 Calcium Chloride, Zinc Chloride, Ammonium Chloride, Sodium Acetate, Iron Sulphide Manufacturers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Sodium Bromide A. R., Sodium Bromide Pure, Sodium Bromide Tech.
Calcium Chloride, Zinc Chloride, Sodium Acetate, Iron Sulphide or Ferrous Sulphide, Iron Sulfide or Ferrous Sulfide, Ammonium Chloride, Sodium/Ammonium/Potassium Phosphates, Sodium/Potassium Bromides.
Calcium Chloride, Zinc Chloride, Sodium Acetate, Iron Sulphide or Ferrous Sulphide, Iron Sulfide or Ferrous Sulfide, Ammonium Chloride, Sodium/Ammonium/Potassium Phosphates, Sodium/Potassium Bromides, Iron Sulphide or Ferrous Sulphide, Iron Sulfide or Ferrous Sulfide, Ammonium Chloride.
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 SODIUM ACETATE
Synonyms: Sodium acetate trihydrate; Acetic acid, sodium salt trihydrate
Ingredient CAS No Percent Hazardous --------------------------------------- ------------ ------- --------- Acetic Acid, Sodium Salt 127-09-3 99 - 100% Yes
Whatever cannot be saved for recovery or recycling should be managed in an appropriate and approved waste disposal facility.
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 SODIUM ACETATE
Ingredient CAS No Percent Hazardous --------------------------------------- ------------ ------- --------- Sodium Acetate 127-09-3 99 - 100% Yes
----------------------------------------------- ----- --- ---- ----- Sodium Acetate (127-09-3) Yes Yes No Yes --------\Federal, State and International Regulations - Part 1\---------------- -SARA 302- ------SARA 313------ Ingredient RQ TPQ List Chemical Catg.
This MSDS has been prepared according to the hazard criteria of the Controlled Products Regulations (CPR) and the MSDS contains all of the information required by the CPR.
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 Safety (MSDS) data for sodium acetate   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Click here for data on sodium acetate in student-friendly format, from the HSci project
Synonyms: sodium acetate anhydrous, sodium ethanoate, sodium ethanoate anhydrous, acetic acid sodium salt, ethanoic acid sodium salt
If not, this page is a copy made by some other person and we have no responsibility for it.
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 Search Results for- Sodium Acetate Anhydrous: Sodium Acetate Anhydrous - Cole-Parmer Catalog
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Sodium Acetate Anhydrous (White Crystals or Granular Powder) (1kg)
Sodium Acetate Anhydrous (White Crystals or Granular Powder) (500g)
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 ENTHALPY OF HYDRATION OF SODIUM ACETATE
Goal:  To determine the enthalpy of this process:
We will determine this value by measuring the enthalpies of solution for anhydrous sodium acetate and for sodium acetate trihydrate.
  In this laboratory we’ll use the less toxic sodium acetate, and measure the heat of solution of its hydrated and anhydrous forms.
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 Infoplease Search: sodium acetate
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 Sodium acetate Registration
Sodium acetate - Registration, import consent and bans
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 Sodium Acetate - Buying Leads for Sodium Acetate - Buyers, Importers, Wholesalers, Distributors
Sodium Acetate - Buying Leads for Sodium Acetate - Buyers, Importers, Wholesalers, Distributors
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 Sodium Acetate TS - S - Alphabetical Listing of Chemicals
Sodium Acetate TS - S - Alphabetical Listing of Chemicals
Chemical Catalog  » Alphabetical Listing of Chemicals  »; S  » Sodium Acetate TS
Sodium Acetate TS 136 g/L of sodium acetate.
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