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Ethylenedinitrilo Tetraacetic Acid (EDTA)

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SHORT DESCRIPTION

EDTA, also referred to as ethylenedinitrilo tetraacetic acid, is a white powder that is soluble in a variety of solvents and has the ability to combine with transition metals, rare earth elements, and alkali metals to form stable complexes. It is used as a chelating agent to adhere to metals and calcium because of its claw-like structure. Doctors prescribe EDTA to help the body rid itself of toxins, and it's a vital component of medications that fight cancer. At 240°C, it breaks down over its melting point.

PACKAGING TYPE

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C10H16N2O8

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TDS SHEET

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CHEMICAL NAME

Ethylenedinitrilo Tetraacetic Acid (EDTA)

INDUSTRY

Home Care and Industrial Cleaning

APPLICATION

Chelating agent

IDENTIFICATION AND PROPERTIES

SYNONYMS

EthyleneDiamineTetraAcetic acid Diaminoethane-tetraacetic acid Edetic acid (conjugate base edetate)

MOLECULAR WEIGHT

292.244 g/mol

CAS NUMBER

60-00-4 (free acid) check 6381-92-6 (dihydrate disodium salt)

CHEMICAL FORMULA

C10H16N2O8

HS CODE

60-00-4

DENSITY

0.860 g/cm³

MELTING POINT

Not Specified

BOILING POINT

Not Specified

VISCOSITY

Not Specified

SHELF LIFE

2 Years

TYPICAL PROPERTIES

Not Specified

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