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Sodium nitrate

Sodium nitrate

Sodium nitrate

English Name Sodium nitrate
English Synonym cubicniter; Natriumnitrat; niter; nitratedesodium; nitratedesodium(french); nitrateofsoda; nitratine; Nitricacid, sodiumsalt
CAS No. 7631-99-4
Molecular Formula NNaO3
Molecular Weight 84.99
EINECS No 231-554-3
Related categories Cl nitrate; abiochemical product; inorganic salt; chemical mineral material; color fixative; food additive(fixative); Inorganics; Water Treatment Chemicals; ICP CRMs Spectroscopy; ICP-OES/-MS; ICP Spectroscopy; AAS; AAS CRMs Spectroscopy; AAS Spectroscopy; Matrix Selection; Nitrate Alphabetic; S; SN - SZ; Spectroscopy; Anionic Solutions Chromatography; Anionic Standard Solutions Alphabetic; Ion Chromatography; Ion Chromatography Standards; Application CRMs; N; NA – NI
Mol File 7631-99-4.mol

Sodium nitrate Properties

Melting Point 306 °C (dec.)(lit.)
Boiling Point 380 °C
Density 1.1 g/mL at 25 °C
Storage Condition Store at RT
Solubility H2O 1 M at 20 °C, clear, colorless
Water Solubility 900 g/L (20 ºC)
Sensibility Hygroscopic
Merck 14,8647
Stability Stable. Strong oxidizer - may ignite flammable material, incompatible with cyanides, combustible material, strong reducing agents, aluminium.
CAS Database 7631-99-4(CAS Database Reference)
EPA Chemical Data Nitric acid sodium salt(7631-99-4)

Sodium nitrate Use and Composite Method
Chemical Properties Colorless trigonal crystal or rhombohedral crystal or white powder, odorless, salty, little bitter, easily dissolving in water, liquid ammonia, alcohol, carbinol, slightly dissolving in glycerine and acetone.
Use Sodium nitrate is a kind of nitrogenous fertilizer. It is widely used for making nitrogenous fertilizer. Sodium nitrate is also applied to making nitric acid, picric acid, explosive, dye and other nitrogenous chemical compound, used in glass, metallurgy and light industry.

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