Product Name

Sodium salt of 1,2,3-Benzotriazole CAS 15217-42-2

Basic Information

CAS No:15217-42-2
Molecular Formula:C6H4N3Na
Molecular Weight:141.106
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Sodium salt of 1,2,3-Benzotriazole Properties

Item

Specifications

Appearance

White Powder

Purity/%

99.9%

Melting point/℃15
PSA38.67
density(Kg/m³)1100(rough estimate)
refractive index1.715
Flash point/℃133.9
storage temproom temperature

Sodium salt of 1,2,3-Benzotriazole USES

1H-benzotriazole sodium can be adsorbed on the surface of the metal to form a thin film to protect copper, brass, bronze and other metals from atmospheric and harmful media corrosion, adding a trace of BTA-S in cold water can prevent the migration of copper from Chemicalbook, migrating copper ions can catalyze the corrosion of aluminum, iron and other metals, in the heat transfer medium, Copper ions can cause small hole corrosion of aluminum. Adding 1H-benzotriazole sodium to the circulating water can prevent the catalytic oxidation of ethylene glycol by copper ions.

Sodium salt of 1,2,3-Benzotriazole Packaging

Packing: 25Kg,100Kg,200Kg,1000Kg/Drum

Sodium salt of 1,2,3-Benzotriazole storage

  1. Store barreled products in a cool, ventilated warehouse; keep away from

fire and heat sources. The warehousing temperature does not exceed 30 ℃, and the relative

humidity does not exceed 80%. Keep the container sealed; products should be stored separately

from oxidants, reducing agents, etc., and should not be mixed; be equipped with fire-fighting

equipment of appropriate variety and quantity; the storage area should be equipped with

equipment for emergency treatment of leakage and suitable containment materials;

  1. Store in a special storage tank; keep away from fire and heat sources; there is fire-fighting foam

for a fire emergency, and the tank area is equipped with equipment for the emergency treatment of

leakage.

  1. Shelf life: The shelf life of this product is 6 months.

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