EDTA disodium salt Na2H2 - 2H2O (dihydrate). EDTA disodium salt is mainly used for its ability to bind to metal ions precipitating lead and other metals in solution, often used as a chelating agent in aquaria. Together with iron sulphate heptahydrateis used to increase the amount of iron in aquariums.
IDENTIFICATION AND PROPERTIES
Name: Disodium EDTA salt
Chemical formula: C10H14N2Na2P8.2H2O
Synonyms: EDTA disodium EDTA dihydrate
- Physical state: Crystals
- Colour: White
- Odour: Odourless
- pH: 4-6 1% current USP
- Melting point/Melting range: 252ºC measured Decomposes
- Flammability (solid/gas): No, not expected to form explosive dust/air mixtures.
- Vapour pressure: <0.01 mmHg
- Solubility in water: 10% at 25ºC
- Kinematic viscosity: Solid
- Explosive properties: Non-explosive
- Oxidising properties: No
- Substance manufacture.
- Intermediates formulation
- Powder formulation, liquid
- Adhesives, sealants
- Biocidal product
- Coatings and paints
- Paint strippers
- Metal surface treatment products, including electroplating and electrolysis products
- Photochemical additive
- Textile dyes, finishing and impregnating products
- Cleaning and washing products
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