Translation of sodium carbonate in Spanish:

sodium carbonate

carbonato sódico, n.

noun

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    carbonato sódico masculine
    carbonato de sodio masculine
    • Progress with dyestuffs, coal-tar compounds, and other organics accelerated after the adoption of the Solvay process, a commercial technology for the manufacture of sodium carbonate, in the 1880s.
    • When falling into water this ash instantly cements as sodium carbonate and, in this alkaline environment, bone apatite and calcium carbonate fossils are relatively insoluble.
    • Ernest Rebecq Solvay invented the process of manufacturing sodium carbonate with ammoniac.
    • Diluting one part of it with 50 parts of a 0.5% solution of sodium carbonate in water makes a very good developer.
    • The calcium reacted with sodium carbonate, precipitating as calcium carbonate.
    • Late in the dry season of central Africa, blooms of red algae grow in expansive mats over a white crust of sodium carbonate on Tanzania's Lake Natron.
    • Heating and agitation, after the introduction of sodium carbonate, precipitated calcium carbonate, and waste material settled.
    • Glass was first made from sand and sodium carbonate, found in dry lake beds around Alexandria, and later improved greatly by the addition of lime, calcium oxide.
    • Common fluxes are sodium carbonate (which produces ‘soda’ glass) and potassium carbonate (which produces ‘potash’ glass).
    • Fahey concluded that the pseudomorphs were derived when rainwater penetrating the near-surface layers leached out the sodium carbonate from the original shortite, leaving behind calcium carbonate.
    • I mix two teaspoons of sodium carbonate to a quart of water.
    • The carbonates are washed repeatedly with a dilute solution of sodium carbonate, thus removing any coloration from the precipitate.
    • Probably the best known compound among ancient civilizations was sodium carbonate, commonly known as soda.
    • Of particular interest is the remarkable Oldoinyo Lengai volcano of northern Tanzania, in which carbonatitic lavas composed almost entirely of sodium carbonate can frequently be seen erupting.
    • Holmes returned to his bench and quickly replaced the hydrochloric acid, sulphuric acid, and sodium carbonate to their proper storage locations.
    • At temperatures above 300°F, sodium bicarbonate decomposes into sodium carbonate (a more stable substance), water, and carbon dioxide.
    • Most of the sodium carbonate used in North America comes from large deposits of the mineral trona, a sodium carbonate / bicarbonate found in Wyoming.
    • If more alkalinity was needed, then borax, sodium metaborate, sodium carbonate, or even lye were used.
    • If alkaline cleaners that contain sodium carbonate are used, then the cleaners themselves must be removed prior to welding.
    • This solution is neutralized with sodium carbonate.