EINECS No.: 215-540-4
Place of Origin: China (Mainland)
Grade Standard: Industrial Grade Purity: 98%
Appearance: White powder
Anbydrous Borax is also known as sodium tetraborate. Its appearance is white crystallization or colorless glassy crystal.
Anbydrous Borax has strong hygroscopicity, which is water-soluble, glycerol-soluble; and it also can be gradually dissolved in
methanol. The concentration of these solutions are 13-16%; and its aqueous solution is alkalescent, which can not be dissolved in
alcohol. Anbydrous Borax is the anbydrous material which derives from heating borax up to 350-400Â°C. Anbydrous Borax will become
borax decahydrate or borax pentahydrate when it gets hygroscopicity in air.
Borax is the basic material of making boron compounds, almost every boron compound is derived from borax.
It can be used as cosolvent in good-quality glass, glaze, welding, non-ferrous metals and alloy aspects.