Sodium Fluoride

Sodium Fluoride

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Sodium Fluoride is colorless crystalline in appearance and highly soluble in water. It is noncombustible and is corrosive to aluminum. Widely used in pesticides, including fungicides and insecticides, it is also used to fluorinate water supplies, as a wood preservative, in cleaning compounds and in manufacturing of glass. Best known for its longer shelf life and high purity, this product is a combination of positively charged sodium ions and negatively charged fluoride ions.

  • Product Name: Sodium Fluoride
  • Chemical Names: Zymafluor, Ossin, Sodium fluoride (NaF), Sodium flouride, Antibulit, Floridine, Florocid, Fluonatril, Fluoraday, Fluorident, Flurexal, Karidium, Koreberon, Liquiflur, Pediaflor, Pergantene, Villiaumite, Xaridium, Fluorol, Flursol, Luride, Ossalin, Flura, Flux, Roach salt, Flura Drops, Osteopor-F
  • CAS Number: 7681-49-4
  • Chemical Formula: NaF
  • Molar Mass: 41.988173 g/mol
  • Appearance: White to greenish solid
  • Odor: Odorless
  • Density: 2.558 g/cm3
  • Boiling point: 1,704 °C (3,099 °F; 1,977 K)
  • Melting point: 993 °C (1,819 °F; 1,266 K)
  • Solubility in water: 36.4 g/L (0 °C); 40.4 g/L (20 °C); 50.5 g/L (100 °C)
  • Solubility: Slightly soluble in HF and ammonia; negligible in alcohol, acetone, SO2 and dimethylformamide