Sodium Molybdate Dihydrate

Sodium molybdate dihydrate (Sodium Molybdate (vi) Dihydrate) is glossy colorless orthorhombic system plated-shaped crystal and it can soluble in water, but insoluble in acetone. Its chemical properties are as follows: Under normal temperature and pressure is stable, but to avoid light, open flame and high temperature, and heated to 100 ℃ will loss crystal water to become anhydrous.

Physical properties as follows:

sodium molybdate dihydrate picture
Molecular Formula: Na2MoO4·2H2O
Molecular Weight: 241.95
Density(g/mL,25℃): 2.78
Vapor Density(g/mL,AIR=1): 3.28
Melting Point(ºC): 687
CAS NO.: 10102-40-6
MDL NO.: MFCD00149170
EINECS NO.: 231-551-7
RTECS NO.: QA5085000,
PubChem NO.: 24858956

Sodium molybdate dihydrate is harmful to water, so do not discharge undiluted product to reach ground water, water course or sewage system and without government permission do not allow material discharged into the surrounding environment. Besides, it should be stored in ventilated, dry place and pay attention to moisture. During operation, due to powder easily to absorb moisture, so before using should sieving.

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