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Information on Sodium Iodide
Sodium Iodide is inorganic compound. Sodium Iodide is used as a source of elemental Iodine in chemical reactions. It has a wide application in the industry. Melting point of Sodium Iodide is 661oC. Sodium Iodide is incompatible with strong acids, alkali metals, halogens. It is Hygroscopic.
Synthesis / Manufacturing Process of Sodium Iodide
The main raw material of Sodium Iodide is Iodine. Iodine occurs in nature as Iodide Salts. Iodine is naturally available in Sea Water. Iodine is extracted from Seawater, natural brines. Wide range of Iodine compounds are manufactured from the starting material "Iodine". Sodium Iodide is manufactured by reaction between Sodium Hydroxide with Hydrogen Iodide.
Specifications of Sodium Iodide
Product Name: Sodium Iodide.
Product Code: B008.
Product Category: Bromides / Iodides.
CAS No.: 7681-82-5; 13517-06-1 (Dihydrate).
Synonyms: Hydriodic Acid Sodium Salts.
Molecular Formula: NaI.
Molecular Weight: 149.89.
Appearance: White Crystalline Powder.
Solubility: Soluble In Water, Clear Solution.
Assay: 98.0% Min.
Packing: 25 Kg. HDPE Bags / Drums.
Uses / Application of Sodium Iodide
Sodium Iodide is used as a solid or in solution form in the manufacturing of various chemicals such as photographic chemicals and pharmaceutical intermediates. Sodium Iodide is also used as a catalyst in the synthesis of organic fine chemical. Sodium Iodide is also used in Animal feed as a stable source of Iodine.