Sodium Dimethyldithiocarbamate

CAS No.: 128-04-1
Molecular Formula: C3H6NNaS2
Molecular Weight: 143.21
EINECS No.: 204-876-7
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Chemical Formula: C3H6NNaS2
Appearance: It is a clear yellow liquid or yellow crystalline solid. The pure product is a scaly white crystal.
Solubility: Easily soluble in water.
Thermal Stability: The crystal form contains crystal water, which is lost upon heating, becoming anhydrous at temperatures above 266°F (130°C).
pH Range: The industrial intermediate is typically a 15% aqueous solution with a pH of 9 to 111.
Environmental Fate: It has an estimated Koc value of 2.2, indicating high mobility in soil and is not expected to adsorb to suspended solids or sediment.
Decomposition: Slowly decomposes in water to form carbon disulfide, oxides of sulfur and nitrogen, hydrogen sulfide, ammonia, and amines, with decomposition accelerated in the presence of acids.

Pesticide: Widely used as a fungicide to control various fungal species in different environments.
Disinfectant: Utilized in water treatment and other industrial processes to prevent microbial growth.
Corrosion Inhibitor: Applied to protect metals from corrosion, particularly in cooling systems and cutting oils.
Coagulant: May be used in water treatment processes to aggregate small particles into larger ones that can be easily removed.
Vulcanizing Agent: Used in the rubber industry to accelerate the vulcanization process.
Chelating Agent: Capable of binding with metal ions, used in various industrial applications including metal finishing operations and wastewater treatments.
Antimicrobial Agent: Employed in paints to prevent microbial growth that can cause deterioration.

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white or pale green crystalline


weak amine smell

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PH (1% aqueous solution)


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