Sodium Nitrate

Sodium Nitrate

Product Details:

  • Usage industrial
  • Shelf Life year Years
  • Melting Point 308 C
  • Refractive Rate 1.587
  • Molecular Formula NaNo3
  • Purity 99.80
  • Density 2.26g/cm3 Gram per cubic meter (g/m3)
  • Supply Ability : 25 Bag ton Per Week
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Price And Quantity

  • 25ton Bag
  • 26 INR
  • 25.00 - 30.00 INR

Product Specifications

  • food
  • water
  • 84.9947 g/ml Grams (g)
  • Other
  • 7631-99-4
  • 1.587
  • YES
  • Room Temperature
  • Other
  • 2.26g/cm3 Gram per cubic meter (g/m3)
  • 308 C
  • year Years
  • industrial
  • 99.80
  • NaNo3

Trade Information

  • Cash Advance (CA)
  • 25 Bag ton Per Week
  • 7 Week
  • Yes
  • Free samples are available
  • Africa, Middle East, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, South America, North America, Central America, Australia, Asia
  • All India

Product Description

Sodium nitrate can be combined with sulfuric acid and nitric acid distilled off. At lower pressure the lower temperature needed results in less decomposition. The theoretical 2 moles of nitric acid per 1 mole of sulfuric acid results in a very high end temperature, much decomposition and a solid neutral sulfate that is difficult to remove. When this reaction was important industrially, it was common practice to operate with sulfuric acid in excess to end on a mostly bisulfate product poured molten out of the retort.

Hobbyist gold refiners use sodium nitrate to make a hybrid aqua regia that dissolves gold and other metals.[citation needed]

Less common applications include as an oxidizer in fireworks, replacing potassium nitrate commonly found in black powder, and as a component in instant cold packs.[8]

Sodium nitrate is used together with potassium nitrate and calcium nitrate for heat storage and, more recently, for heat transfer in solar power plants. A mixture of sodium nitrate, calcium nitrate and potassium nitrate is used as energy-storage material in prototype plants, such as Andasol Solar Power Station and the Archimedes project.[citation needed]

It is also used in the wastewater industry for facultative microorganism respiration. Nitrosomonas, a genus of microorganisms, consumes nitrate in preference to oxygen, enabling it to grow more rapidly in the wastewater to be treated.

Sodium nitrate is also sometimes used by marine aquarists who utilize carbon-dosing techniques. It is used to increase nitrate levels in the water and promote bacterial growth.[citation needed]

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