Sodium sulphate anhydrous 99% [7757-82-6] Sodium sulfate is a chemical compound, a salt of sulfuric acid and sodium. It has hygroscopic properties. Sulphate is in the form of a white powder and has various applications in the pulp and paper industry, glass industry, in the production of paints, dyes, washing powders, detergents, as well as in pharmacy, tanning, combined heat and power plants and water treatment.
Appearance white powder Content min. 99.0% Water insoluble substances max. 0.01%
Arsenic (As) max. 0.1-4
Antimony (Sb) max. 0.1-8
Lead (Pb) max. 10-80
Iron (Fe) max. 1-10
Bulk density 1.3-1.6 kg / dm
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