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Sodium Iodate

Industrial Usage: Chemical, Pharmaceutical
SODIUM  IODATE – Physical & Chemical Properties
CASR No.[  7681-55-2   ]
EC-No.231-672-5
HS-No.28299030
Road / Rail5.1 27 b
IMDG Code5.1 / II UN 1479
IATA / DGR5.1 II UN 1479 CAO 511 PAX 508
Packing-catL
Poison-class( CH ) 3
Merck-Index10,  8468
Bulk Density~ 1150 kg/m3
Mol. FormulaNaIO3
Mol. Weight197.89
Specific Density, 20 0C4.28 g / cm3
Melting Rangedecomposes
Solubility in H2O,20 0C81 g per 100 ml
Thermal Decompositionat mp
pH value ( 9 g / 100 ml, H2O, 25 0C )~ 5.8
Atmospheric SusceptibilityAbsorbs moisture
Chemical ReactionOxidizing, Corrosive
Relevant Risk, Safety & Disposal Aspects
RiskR 8Contact with combustible matter at higher temperature may cause fire.
SafetyS 17Keep away from combustible material.
DisposalD 22Should be rendered harmless by reduction with acidic Sodium thiosulphate solution.
Application, Storage & Packing
ApplicationAs a source for supplement of Iodine, as analytical reagent etc.
StorageStore in a well closed container.
PackingIn 25 kg with double polythene bags inside HDPE Drum.
SODIUM IODATE  – LR
DescriptionWhite fine crystalline powder
Assay ( iodometric, dry basis )min. 99 %
Maximum Limits of Impurities
Loss on drying  ( 110 0C, 2 hours  )0.5 %
pH ( 5 % w/v in water )5.0 – 8.0
Bromate, bromide,chlorate & chloride (as Cl0.02 %
Iodide ( I )0.005 %
Sulphate ( SO4 )0.005 %
Heavy metals ( as Pb )0.002 %
Iron ( Fe )0.001 %

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