Sodium Chloride, 500g

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Sodium chloride (NaCl) is colorless, transparent crystals and somewhat hygroscopic. It is soluble in water and glycerin, very slightly soluble in alcohol. Characteristic flame color is yellow.

Laboratory-grade sodium chloride is often required in various scientific and laboratory applications where high purity and precise concentrations are essential.


  • Chemical Analysis: In laboratories, sodium chloride is used in the preparation of standard solutions for analytical techniques such as titrations and spectrophotometry. Its known purity allows for accurate concentration determinations.
  • Cell Culture and Biology: In cell culture and biological research, sodium chloride is used to prepare isotonic solutions and media for maintaining cell viability. It provides the necessary osmotic balance to cells.
  • Molecular Biology and Biochemistry: Sodium chloride is commonly used in molecular biology and biochemistry experiments for various purposes, including protein purification, DNA extraction, and as a component in buffers and reagents.
  • Clinical Chemistry: In clinical laboratories, sodium chloride is used in the preparation of reagents and standards for diagnostic tests and analyses.
  • Laboratory Equipment Calibration: Sodium chloride is also used in the calibration of laboratory equipment, such as conductivity meters and osmometers.
  • Corrosion Testing: Sodium chloride solutions are commonly used in corrosion testing to simulate the corrosive environment that equipment and materials may encounter during oil and gas production. Laboratory-grade sodium chloride ensures consistency and accuracy in these tests.

Used in the following patina formulas:


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