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Borate de sodium - Na2 [B4o5 (OH) 4]. 8H2O pour l'industrie

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Modèle: CAS: 1303-96-4

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N ° de Modèle: CAS: 1303-96-4 Apparence: Poudre Couleur: Blanc Article: Borate de sodium - Na2 [B4o5 (Oh) 4]. 8H2O pour le certificat d'industrie: GV, ISO2001 Livraison: dans la semaine après la pureté de dépôt: ≥99.5 Marque déposée: DH Spécifications: CAS: 1303-96-4 Origine: Chine (continentale) Code de HS: 2840190000 \ nDescription de produit \ nSodium Borate \ n \ n1 et période; Certificat ISO9001: 2000 \ n2 & period; Certificat SGS \ n3 & période; Haute qualité et pureté \ n4 & période; Prix ​​raisonnable \ n5 & période; Date de livraison assurée \ n6 & period; Échantillon gratuit \ n7 & période; Autres noms: Borax, Borascu, tétrabonate de sodium \ n \ nBorax, également connu sous le nom borate de sodium, tétraborate de sodium, ou tétraborate de disodium, est un composé de bore important, un minéral, et un sel d'acide borique & period; Il s'agit généralement d'une poudre blanche composée de cristaux mous incolores qui se dissolvent facilement dans l'eau & période; \ n \ nBorax a une grande variété d'utilisations & période; C'est un composant de beaucoup de détergents, de cosmétiques, et d'émaux d'émail et de période; Il est également utilisé pour fabriquer des solutions tampons en biochimie, comme agent ignifuge, comme composé antifongique pour la fibre de verre, comme flux dans la métallurgie, écrans de capture de neutrons pour les sources radioactives, agent de texture dans la cuisine, et précurseur de autres composés de bore & période; \ n \ nLe terme borax est utilisé pour un certain nombre de minéraux ou composés chimiques étroitement liés qui diffèrent dans leur teneur en eau cristalline, mais fait généralement référence à la décahydrate & période; Le borax vendu dans le commerce est généralement partiellement déshydraté & period;

Sodium Borate
CAS number 1303-96-4  
EC number 215-540-4
Color White power or Colorless translucent crystals
Molecular formula Na2B4O7*10H2O or Na2[B4O5(OH)4]*8H2O
Molar mass 381.37 (decahydrate)
Appearance white solid
Density 1.73 g/cm3 (solid)
Melting point 743 Celsius degree (anhydrous)
Boiling point 1575 Celsius degree
Related compounds
Other anions Sodium aluminate; sodium gallate
Other cations Potassium tetraborate
Related compounds Boric acid, sodium perborate
Household products Borax is used in various household laundry and cleaning products, including the " 20 Mule Team Borax " laundry booster and " Boraxo " powdered hand soap.
Buffer Sodium borate is used in biochemical and chemical laboratories to make buffers, e. g. for gel electrophoresis of DNA, such as TBE or the newer SB buffer or BBS ( borate buffered saline ) in coating procedures.
Co-complexing Borax as a source of borate has been used to take advantage of the co-complexing ability of borate with other agents in water to form complex ions with various substances. Borate and a suitable polymer bed are used to chromatograph non- glycosylated hemoglobin differentially from glycosylated hemoglobin (chiefly HbA1c ), which is an indicator of long term hyperglycemia in diabetes mellitus. Borate and a proprietary synthetic amino acid, Deselex (from Henkel ) have been used to complex water " hardness" cations to make a non- precipitating water " softener" .
Flux A mixture of borax and ammonium chloride is used as a flux when welding iron and steel. It lowers the melting point of the unwanted iron oxide (scale), allowing it to run off. Borax is also used mixed with water as a flux when soldering jewelry metals such as gold or silver. It allows the molten solder to flow evenly over the joint in question. Borax is also a good flux for ' pre-tinning' tungsten with zinc - making the tungsten soft-solderable.
Small-scale mining Borax is replacing mercury as the preferred method for extracting gold in small-scale mining facilities. The method is called the borax method and is used in the Philippines.
Putty A rubbery polymer sometimes called flubber, gluep or glurch can be made by cross linking polyvinyl acetate with a borax. Making flubber from polyvinyl acetate based glues, such as Elmer' s Glue, and borax is a common elementary education experiment.
Food additive Borax, given the E number E285, is used as a food additive in some countries, but is banned in the US. As a consequence, certain foods, such as caviar, produced for sale in the US contain higher levels of salt to assist preservation. Its use as a cooking ingredient is to add a firm rubbery texture to the food, or as a preservative. In oriental cooking it is mostly used for its texturing properties. In Asia, Borax  was found to have been added to some Chinese foods like hand-pulled noodles lamian and some rice noodles like Shahe fen, Kway Teow, and Chee Cheong Fun recipes. In Indonesia it is a common, but forbidden, additive to such foods as noodles, bakso (meatballs), and steamed rice.
Other uses
1)Ingredient in enamel glazes
2)Component of glass, pottery, and ceramics
3)Borax can be used as an additive in ceramic slips and glazes to improve
fit on wet, greenware, and bisque.
4) Fire retardant
5) Anti-fungal compound for fiberglass and cellulose insulation
6)Moth proofing 10% solution for wool
7)Anti-fungal foot soak
8)Precursor for sodium perborate monohydrate that is used in detergents
9)as well as for boric acid and other borates
10) Tackifier ingredient in casein, starch and dextrin based adhesives
11)Precursor for Boric acid, a tackifier ingredient in polyvinyl acetate
12) polyvinyl alcohol based adhesives
13) Fluoride detoxification
14)Treatment for thrush in horses ' hooves
15)Used to make indelible ink for dip pens by dissolving shellac into heated borax
16)Curing agent for snake skins
17)Curing agent for salmon eggs, for use in sport fishing for salmon
18)Swimming pool buffering agent to control the pH
20)As a micronutrient fertilizer to correct boron-deficient soils.
21)To clean the brain cavity of a skull for mounting
22)To color fires with a green tint
23)Was traditionally used to coat dry-cured meats such as hams to protect them from becoming fly-blown during further storage.
24)Is found in some commercial vitamin supplements
25)For stopping car radiator and engine block leaks
26)As an important component in Slime
27)Is used by the modern Blacksmith in the process of Forge Welding.
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