Synonyms: sodium chloride, sodium chloride, sodium chloride
Chemical formula: NACl
International name: SODIUM CHLORIDE
CAS No: 7647-14-5
Appearance: crystals or white powder
Packing: bags of 25 kg
Storage: Store in a dry, well-ventilated area
Sodium chloride has the form of colorless crystals. Sodium chloride forms crystals with cubic symmetry. Sparingly soluble in water, the solubility is only slightly dependent on temperature coefficient of solubility of NaCl (in g per 100 g water) is 35.9 at 20 ° C and 38.1 at 80 ° C. The solubility of sodium chloride decreases significantly in the presence of hydrochloric acid, sodium hydroxide salts - metal chlorides. Dissolved in liquid ammonia reacts exchange.
Sodium chloride (NACl) is known in the home called the salt, the main component of which it is. Sodium chloride contained in large quantities in seawater, creating its salty taste. Occurs in nature as the mineral halite (rock salt).
Sodium chloride (sodium chloride) is used
• in chemical production,
• perfumes and other industries.