Sodium Acetate is the trihydrate sodium salt of acetic acid with alkalinizing, diuretic and electrolyte replacement properties. Following absorption, sodium acetate generates sodium bicarbonate, thereby raising blood and urine pH. In addition, this agent may increase serum sodium concentration.
|Assay||NLT 99.0% to 101.0% on dry besis||NLT 99.0% to 101.0% on dry besis|
|pH (3% Of solution)||7.5 to 9.2||7.5 to 9.0|
|Loss on drying||39.0% TO 41.0%||39.0% TO 40.5% (w/w)|
|In Soluble matter||0.05% Max|
|Chloride||0.035% Max||250 PPM Max|
|Sulphate||0.005% Max||225 PPM Max|
|Magnesium & Calcium||Pass the test||50 PPM|
|Potassium||Pass the test|
|Aluminium ( For dialysis)||0.2PPM Max||0.2PPM Max|
|Heavy Metals||0.001% Max||10 PPM Max|
|Organic volatile impurities||Meets the requirement|
As an auxiliary in acetylation (Anhydrous), Photography, Regular in analytical chemistry to eliminate effect of strong acids. (Buffer), Used for foot warmer and milk bottles warmer, In manufacture of dry colors, rubber, electroplating, Production of cinnamic acid, acetic anhydrite, copper acetate, Soaps, Photography, Purification of glucose, Meat preservation.