Sodium Thiocyanate

Sodium Thiocyanate
Model Number540-72-7
OriginChina
Certifications
Manufacturer1
Packing Information:25kg net or 1000kg net PP bage with PE liner
Price TermsEX-works, FOB, C&F, CIF
Payment TermsT/T, Western Union, MoneyGram
Minimum Order1MT
Delivery Time3-5days
Unit Price

Detailed Product Description

Sodium thiocyanate, Excellent quality at competitive prices

 

Physical and Chemical Properties:
1)Physical State: Clear hygroscopic crystals, odorless
2)Melting Point: -100 C
3)Boiling Point: Decomposes
4)Specific Gravity: 1.0 min.
5)Solubility: 139g/100ml at 21 C
6)Flash Point: Not considered to be a fire hazard
7)Stability: Stable under ordinary conditions, hygroscopic/light sensitive

Specification:
1) Appearance: Crystalline Powder
2) Assay: 99.0% min. 3) Insolubles in Water: 0.002% max., 0.005% max, 0.02% max
4) Chlorides: 0.01% max., 0.02% max, 0.02% max
5) Sulfates: 0.01% max., 0.02% max, 0.04% max
6) Heavy metal: 20 ppm max., 20 ppm max, 20 ppm max
7) Fe: 2 ppm max., 5 ppm max, 10 ppm max
8)Water 0.5 Or 1.0 max, 1.0 or 1.6 max, 1.8max
9)Package: 25kg net PP bag with PE liner or 1000kg net PP bag with PE liner.

Aqueous Solutionc:
1) Assay: 50.0--53.0% min.
2) Insolubles in Water: 0.005% max.
3) Chlorides: 0.05% max.
4) Sulfates: 0.05% max.
5) Heavy metal: 20 ppm max.
6) Fe: 5 ppm max.
7) Packing: 1.3MT net IBC tank

ALIAS: Sodium Rhodanide, Sodium Sulfocyanate, Sodium Rhodanate, Sodium Isocyanate, sodium Isothiocyanate, Thiocyanic Acid, Sodium Salt
Usage:
Genaral: Mainly used in sectors of pharmaceuticals, pesticide, synthetic fibre, electroplating, photography, accelerator for cement etc
Fibre industriy: As spinning solvent for polyacrylonitrile
Architecture industriy: Hardening accelerator for cement and concrete mixes
Pesticide: Raw material for the production of a number of herbicides and fungicides
Pharmaceuticals: Raw material for the production of a number of pharmaceutical products
Storage: Keep in tightly closed bags. Store in cool, dry, ventilated area to prevent it from being deliquescent. Separated from acides, bases and oxidants.