Translation of sodium hydroxide in Spanish:

sodium hydroxide

hidróxido sódico, n.

noun

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    hidróxido sódico masculine
    hidróxido de sodio masculine
    • A tanker carrying a cargo of caustic soda, which is also known as sodium hydroxide, a very corrosive chemical, overturned at 10.15 am, spilling it across the eastbound carriage.
    • Fats can be reduced in a solution of sodium hydroxide to produce glycerol and another kind of lipid, soap.
    • The contractor realized that the acid caused the problem and tried to neutralize it with an alkaline liquid solution of sodium hydroxide.
    • Carboxyl groups can also react with alkali metal bases such as sodium hydroxide to form water-soluble carboxylic salts.
    • Platinum also dissolves in hot alkalis such as hot sodium hydroxide or potassium hydroxide.
    • They crush serpentine, dissolve it in sulfuric acid, treat part of it with sodium hydroxide, and the result will react with carbon dioxide to produce magnesium carbonate or magnasite.
    • In oven cleaners, lye and sodium hydroxide can burn skin, eyes, and the respiratory tract.
    • For nearly 60 years, the processing of this starch has hardly changed, relying always on the action of a corrosive alkali, sodium hydroxide, to slowly dissolve rice protein and release the starch.
    • Currently, sodium hydroxide is used to break down starch and protein particles and extract, them from the bran.
    • In a very alkaline environment such as is provided by sodium hydroxide, paraphenylene diamine becomes a powerful, rapid developer.
    • Solid sodium hydroxide is obtained by evaporating the water.
    • Primary alkaline batteries use sodium hydroxide or potassium hydroxide as the electrolyte.
    • Hydrochloric acid reacts with sodium hydroxide to produce salt and water.
    • In the laboratory benzene can be made by the action of heat on a mixture of sodium benzoate and sodium hydroxide.
    • Be familiar with and observe safety guidelines when working with hazardous chemicals such as sodium hydroxide and bleach.
    • By melting silica mixed with sodium hydroxide or calcium oxide one is able to interrupt the long chains of silicon-oxygen bonds to form more easily melted glasses.
    • He invented a method for producing sodium hydroxide (caustic soda) from chalk, salt, sulfuric acid, and coal.
    • In the laboratory the normal method of methane preparation is to combine one part sodium acetate and two parts sodium hydroxide.
    • The applications of chlorine and sodium hydroxide are so varied that hardly a consumer product exists that does not depend on one or both of these compounds.
    • Bases such as sodium hydroxide that contribute one hydroxyl ion to an acid-base reaction, have an equivalent weight equal to their gram molecular weight.