The ultra-fine powder sodium laurate can be described as a white, fine powder. It has outstanding decontamination, foaming and emulsification capabilities.
Product name: Sodium Laurate
The Molecular formula is CH3(CH2)10COONa
About Sodium Laurate
A compound with chemical formula CH3 (CH2)10CO2Na, sodium laurate can be described as a compound. This sodium salt is also known as soap. It is a white solid. Its molecular weight, 222.2996. It is a white powder crystal. It is a white, fine powder that has a slightly greasy texture. The powder has excellent properties for penetration, decontamination, foaming and emulsification. The pH of sodium laurate can be affected by humidity.
Properties for Sodium Laurate
Sodium Laurate (CAS 629-25-4) is a fine, white powder. It dissolves easily in hot liquids and hot alcohol.
How Sodium Laurate is Produced?
1. Coconut oil and palm oil are added to the saponification vessel, then heated with steam until they melt.
2. For the best crude soap, mix NaOH with aqueous solutions three times.
3. To make soap glue, add saltwater to the crude soap solution.
4. Adjusting the pH value with lye to get sodium laurate can result in a product.
Sodium Laurate ?
The soaping agent sodium laurate is also used to kill insects.
In organic synthesis, sodium laurate can also be used
It is an essential raw material in the production of shampoos for textiles, soaps, and soaps.
As a cosmetic surfactant, emulsifier and lubricant sodium laurate is also a good detergent.
Technical data of Sodium Laurate
white fine powder
Test of ethyl alcohol solubility
conforms to the specification
Loss on Drying, %
sulfuric acid, %
Acid value (H +)/(mmol/100g
200 mesh passing≥99.0
heavy metal(in Pb), %
Shipping and Packing of Sodium Laurate
Many types of packing are available depending on sodium laurate content.
Packing sodium laurate: 25kg/bag. Or as requested.
Shipping of sodium laurate: could send out via sea, air or express once payment has been received.
Sodium Laurate Powder Properties
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Sodium Laurate Powder Health & Safety