Duda Energy 5sn 5 lb. Sodium Nitrate Fertilizer 99+% Pure Chile Saltpeter Gold Metal Refining Industrial Grade Glass Pottery Enamels #ad - Sodium nitrate, 99% minimum Purity, Prilled Small Pellets by Duda Energy. High quality technical/ industrial grade sodium nitrate fertilizer, 99+ percent pure. Fertilizer/ oxidizer, use a coffee grinder or mill to make into a powder as needed. Sodium nitrate is used as an ingredient in fertilizers and solid rocket propellants, as well as in glass and pottery enamels; the compound has been mined extensively for those purposes.
Sodium nitrate is the chemical compound with the formula NaNO. Use for making aqua regia in gold refining & other metal refining. Industrial / technical grade is more than safe for use as a fertilizer.
2 lb Sodium Nitrite Food Grade 99+% Pure Granular Free Flowing Food Processing & ManufacturingDuda Energy #ad - May be used for curing meats such as sausage and fish. In photography, it's used as a laboratory reagent and a corrosion inhibitor. It is very soluable in water and is hygroscopic. 99+% purity, free flowing granular Form, food chemical codex compliant Food Grade, Not suitable for homes with Children. Passes food grade requirements for use in food processing with small doses.
It is not for use in drugs. It can also be used as an electrolyte in electrochemical grinding manufacturing processes. Sodium nitrite NaNO2 is used as a color fixative. This is a strong oxidizing agent. Also in dyeing and printing textile fabrics and bleaching fibers. Not safe to consume directly. It is white to slightly yellowish.
2 lb Sodium Nitrite Food Grade 99+% Pure Granular Free Flowing Food Processing & Manufacturing #ad - It's also used in metal coatings for phosphatizing and detinning and it is also used in the manufacturing of rubber chemicals. Food grade - meets the food chemicals codex - ISO 9001 Our sodium nitrite is in granular form, free-flowing and has 01% sodium mono and dimethyl naphthalens sulfonates added. This is intended for manufacturing & food use only.
When exposed to air, it will slowly oxidize into sodium nitrate.