Sodium hydrogen sulfate (chemical formula: NaHSO4), also known as acid sodium sulfate. Its anhydrous substance has hygroscopic property. Aqueous solution is acidic, the ph of 0.1mol/l sodium bisulfate solution is about 1.4. Sodium bisulfate can be obtained by two methods.
Appearance and character: gray-white particles, crystals or powders
Melting Point: 315°c
Boiling point: 330ºc at 760 mmHg
Stability: Stable. Incompatible with fervent bases, fervent oxidizing agents, sodium carbonate, sodium hypochlorite. May decompose upon exposure to moist air or labeled.
Storage condition: The storehouse is ventilated low temperature dry.
Content: Reagent grade 98.5%-100%, industrial grade ≥95%, industrial level two ≥90%.
Ph:1~2 (5% sodium bisulfate)
Solubility: Soluble in water, insoluble in liquid ammonia.
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