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Sodium Hypophosphite
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Sodium Hypophosphite

2.20 USD ($)/Kilograms

Product Details:

  • Ph Level 5.5 ~ 8.5
  • EINECS No 231-669-9
  • Appearance White Crystal
  • Application food
  • CAS No 7681-53-0
  • Grade Industrial Grade
  • Properties Physical properties: Colourless monoclinic crystal, pearlescent crystal or white crystal powder, odourless, salty taste, relative molecular mass is 105.99, relative density is 1.388, melting point is 26.5C. Chemical properties: A strong reducing agent that can reduce salts of gold, silver, mercury, nickel, chromium, cobalt, etc. to their metallic state. Under normal pressure, heating and evaporating sodium hypophosphite solution will explode, so evaporation should be carried out under reduced pressure. Stability: It is relatively stable when stored in a dry state. When heated above 200C, it quickly decomposes into Na4P2O7 and NaPO3, and releases self-igniting and toxic phosphine (PH3) gas; it will explode when exposed to strong heat, and will explode when mixed with potassium chlorate or other oxidants.
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Sodium Hypophosphite Price And Quantity

  • 100 Kilograms
  • 2.20 USD ($)/Kilograms

Sodium Hypophosphite Product Specifications

  • Easily soluble in hot ethanol and glycerin, soluble in water, insoluble in ether
  • NaH2PO2H2O
  • Sodium Hypophosphite
  • Room Temperature
  • NaH4PO3
  • 1. Industrial Field: Anti-scaling and anti-corrosion: Sodium hypophosphite can be used to prevent pipeline scaling, especially in hot water pipelines and oil field scale inhibition applications. Dispersed surface treatment: In the production of concrete admixture polycarboxylic acid, sodium hypophosphite serves as a dispersant, helping to form a stable system, and can serve as a catalyst or stabilizer for chemical reactions. Electroless plating reducing agent: In the electroless plating process, sodium hypophosphite serves as a metallizing agent on the metal surface, which can improve the corrosion resistance, wear resistance, uniformity and tightness of the coating. Surface metallization: It can metallize the surface of non-metallic materials such as plastics, ceramics, glass, and quartz. 2. Food Field: Sodium hypophosphite is a food additive that can be used as an antioxidant, leavening agent, emulsifier, etc., and is widely used in food processing. For example, it can be used to make cakes, biscuits, bread and other pastry foods, making them softer in taste; at the same time, it can also be used to produce meat products, dairy products, etc., where it can play the roles of stabilizing emulsification and extending the shelf life. 3. Pharmaceutical Field: Sodium hypophosphite has an acid-base neutralizing effect and can neutralize excess acidic substances in the body, thereby maintaining a normal acid-base balance. Therefore, in the medical field, sodium hypophosphite can be used to relieve diseases such as hyperacidemia. In addition, sodium hypophosphite can also be used as a controlled release agent or buffer for drugs, and is used to prepare commonly used drugs, such as heparin, insulin, etc. 4. Daily Chemical Field: Sodium hypophosphite is also used in the manufacture of daily chemicals such as toothpaste and lotion, and has the functions of teeth whitening and oral cleaning. 5. Textile Finishing: In textile finishing, sodium hypophosphite can be used as antioxidant, anti-discoloration agent, dispersant, etc. 6. Scientific Research Application: Sodium hypophosphite is an important raw material for the preparation of other compounds, such as calcium phosphate, carboxymethyl cellulose, etc. In addition, sodium hypophosphite can also be used to prepare metallic sodium, etc. 7. Other Applications: Sodium hypophosphite can also be used to prepare building materials, fertilizers, etc. Among building materials, sodium hypophosphite can increase the corrosion resistance of concrete and improve its wear resistance; and among chemical fertilizers, sodium hypophosphite is one of the important raw materials for phosphorus-containing fertilizers.
  • NO
  • Salty
  • Powder
  • 2835100000
  • 100
  • 7681-53-0
  • food
  • White Crystal
  • 231-669-9
  • 5.5 ~ 8.5
  • Irregular
  • Not less than 100.3%
  • Other
  • Inorganic Phosphorus Compounds
  • Physical properties: Colourless monoclinic crystal, pearlescent crystal or white crystal powder, odourless, salty taste, relative molecular mass is 105.99, relative density is 1.388, melting point is 26.5C. Chemical properties: A strong reducing agent that can reduce salts of gold, silver, mercury, nickel, chromium, cobalt, etc. to their metallic state. Under normal pressure, heating and evaporating sodium hypophosphite solution will explode, so evaporation should be carried out under reduced pressure. Stability: It is relatively stable when stored in a dry state. When heated above 200C, it quickly decomposes into Na4P2O7 and NaPO3, and releases self-igniting and toxic phosphine (PH3) gas; it will explode when exposed to strong heat, and will explode when mixed with potassium chlorate or other oxidants.
  • 24 Months
  • Industrial Grade

Sodium Hypophosphite Trade Information

  • Shanghai, Beijing or Qingdao
  • Paypal Letter of Credit at Sight (Sight L/C) Telegraphic Transfer (T/T) Western Union
  • 5000 Kilograms Per Month
  • 10 Days
  • Yes
  • If order is confirmed we will reimburse the sample cost
  • 25kg/bag or according to the specific requirements from customers.
  • Asia Australia Central America North America South America Eastern Europe Western Europe Middle East Africa
  • All India

Product Description

Sodium hypophosphite is an inorganic compound with the chemical formula NaH2PO2. It is a white crystalline powder, easily soluble in hot ethanol and glycerin, soluble in water, and insoluble in ether.


Sodium hypophosphite is used as preservatives and antioxidants in the food industry.

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