SODIUM BROMATE

CAS Number: 7789-38-0
EC Number: 232-160-4
Compound Formula: BrNaO3
Molecular Weight: 150.89

Sodium bromate, the inorganic compound with the chemical formula of NaBrO3, is the sodium salt of bromic acid. 
Sodium bromate is a strong oxidant.
Sodium bromate is produced commercially from bromine by reacting it with sodium carbonate. 
Sodium bromate is also produced through electrolytic oxidation of sodium bromide. Sodium bromate is available in white crystalline form and is water soluble. 
Sodium bromate may explode upon prolonged exposure to heat or fire. 
Sodium bromate is a powerful brominating agent for aromatic compounds that contain de-activating substituents thereby producing bromate ions for production of nitrobenzene, benzoic acid, and benzaldehyde. 

Sodium bromate is a chemical compound of sodium and bromine. 
Sodium bromate is a strong oxidant and is mainly used in continuous or batch dyeing processes involving sulfur or vat dyes and as a hair-permagent, chemical agent, or gold solvent in gold mines when used with sodium bromide. 
Bromine is a halogen element with the symbol Br and atomic number 35. 
Diatomic bromine does not occur naturally, but bromine salts can be found in crustal rock. 

Sodium bromate is primarily used in the cosmetics industry (hair dressing, straightening, and bleaching), textile industry (dyeing process of synthetic fabrics) and the food Industry (baking agent). 
Sodium bromate is also used prominently in the explosives industry depending on the thermal decomposition of bromine and formation of oxygen. 
Naturally occurring bromates are found in water when ozone reacts with bromide ions.

General description of Sodium bromate:
Sodium bromate is a commercially available, very stable oxidant. 
Sodium bromate is much easier to handle than liquid bromine or hypobromous acid solutions. 
The elastic, piezoelectric and dielectric constants of sodium chlorate and sodium bromate (NaBrO3) have been evaluated.

Sodium Bromate is generally immediately available in most volumes. 
High purity, submicron and nanopowder forms may be considered. 

Uses of Sodium bromate:
Sodium bromate is mainly used in continuous or batch dyeing processes involving sulfur or vat dyes and as a hair-permagent, chemical agent, or gold solvent in gold mines when used with sodium bromide.
Sodium Bromate is generally immediately available in most volumes. 
High purity, submicron and nanopowder forms may be considered. 
American Elements produces to many standard grades when applicable, including Mil Spec (military grade); ACS, Reagent and Technical Grade; Food, Agricultural and Pharmaceutical Grade; Optical Grade, USP and EP/BP (European Pharmacopoeia/British Pharmacopoeia) and follows applicable ASTM testing standards.

Sodium Bromate is a white crystalline product and naturally odorless.
Sodium Bromate is commonly used:
-Sodium bromate is used in the textile industry as an auxiliary agent to assist with the printing and dyeing of the materials
-Sodium bromate is used in the hairdressing industry as a neutraliser for permanent waves, it can also lighten or fade hair colour. 
-Sodium Bromate is used more in perms for African Caribbean hair due to having a softer action on the hair rather than Hydrogen Peroxide
-Sodium bromate is used within chemical synthesis and analytical reagents used to cause chemical reactions
-Sodium bromate is used in pools and spas as a disinfectant
-Sodium bromate is used in gold mining as a gold solvent when used with sodium bromide
-Sodium bromate is used in photography, prepared with silver bromide

Production of Sodium bromate:
Sodium bromate is produced by passing bromine into a solution of sodium carbonate.
Sodium bromate may also be produced by the electrolytic oxidation of sodium bromide. 
Alternatively, Sodium bromate can also be created by the oxidation of bromine with chlorine to sodium hydroxide at 80 °C.
3 Br2+3 Na2CO3=5 NaBr+NaBrO3+3 CO2

Sodium bromate is a powerful brominating agent for aromatic compounds that contain deactivating substituents. 
A bromination process, in which sodium bromate was utilized, was optimized on laboratory scale. 
Addition of a strong acid into a stirred aqueous solution, or slurry, of the substrate and bromate salt at 40−100°C, leads to the decomposition of the bromate ions and production of the active brominating species. 
Substrates such as nitrobenzene, benzoic acid, and benzaldehyde were brominated in high yields (85−98%) and specificity. 

The reaction is especially useful for the bromination of disubstituted benzenes, such as 4-nitrofluorobenzene or 4-fluorobenzoic acid. 
Several substrates, such as dinitrobenzenes or nitrobenzoic acids, did not undergo bromination at all. 
The main parameters of the reaction and some of its synthetic potential are discussed.

IUPAC name: Sodium bromate
Other names:
Sodium bromate(V)
Bromic acid, sodium salt

Product Description
Sodium bromate is mainly used in continuous or batch dyeing processes involving sulfur or vat dyes and as a hair-permagent, chemical agent, or gold solvent in gold mines when used with sodium bromide.

Sodium Bromate is known as Neutralizer K-938, Sodium bromate(DOT), Bromic acid, Dyetone, Neutralizer K-126, Neutralizer K-140, sodium salt, Sodium bromate (NaBrO3)and has Molecular Formula of BrNaO3 and Molecular Weight of 150.891969. 
Sodium bromate is manufactured through passing bromine into solution of sodium bromide, sodium carbonate and sodium bromate in form of colorless cubic crystals in odorless from.
Sodium bromates properties include Melting Point of 381°C, Density/Specific Gravity of 3.34 g/cu cm and solubility of g/100 g water in 27.5 at 0°C. 
Further, Sodium bromate has Spectral Properties Index of refraction of 1.594.

CAS Number: 7789-38-0
CHEBI: 75229
ChemSpider: 23009 
ECHA InfoCard: 100.029.237  
EC Number: 232-160-4
PubChem CID: 23668195
RTECS number: EF8750000
UNII: U54JK6453O 
UN number: 1494
CompTox Dashboard: (EPA) DTXSID9023837

Sodium bromate is a powerful brominating agent for aromatic compounds that contain deactivating substituents.
A bromination process, in which sodium bromate was utilized, was optimized on laboratory scale. 
Addition of a strong acid into a stirred aqueous solution, or slurry, of the substrate and bromate salt at 40−100°C, leads to the decomposition of the bromate ions and production of the active brominating species. 

Substrates such as nitrobenzene, benzoic acid, and benzaldehyde were brominated in high yields (85−98%) and specificity. 
The reaction is especially useful for the bromination of disubstituted benzenes, such as 4-nitrofluorobenzene or 4-fluorobenzoic acid. 
Several substrates, such as dinitrobenzenes or nitrobenzoic acids, did not undergo bromination at all. 
The main parameters of the reaction and some of its synthetic potential are discussed.

Compound Formula: BrNaO3
Molecular Weight: 150.89
Appearance: White crystals and/or chunks
Melting Point: N/A
Boiling Point: N/A
Density    3.339 g/cm3
Solubility in H2O: N/A
Exact Mass: N/A
Monoisotopic Mass: 149.892838
Charge: N/A

Sodium Bromate is known as Neutralizer K-938, Sodium bromate(DOT), Bromic acid, Dyetone, Neutralizer K-126, Neutralizer K-140, sodium salt, Sodium bromate (NaBrO3)and has Molecular Formula of BrNaO3 and Molecular Weight of 150.891969. 
Sodium bromate is manufactured through passing bromine into solution of sodium bromide, sodium carbonate and sodium bromate in form of colorless cubic crystals in odorless from.

Sodium bromates properties include Melting Point of 381°C, Density/Specific Gravity of 3.34 g/cu cm and solubility of g/100 g water in 27.5 at 0°C. 
Further, Sodium bromate has Spectral Properties Index of refraction of 1.594.

Product name: Sodium Bromate
Formula: NaBrO3
Cas No: 7789-38-0
Assay: 99.5% MIN
Description: a white crystalline powder
Appearance of 5% solution: clear & colourless
pH: 6.0 - 9.0
Moisture % ( by wt. Max. ): < 0. 5
Bromine: passes test

What Is Sodium bromate?
Sodium Bromate and Potassium Bromate are inorganic salts of bromic acid. 
Both of these salts are colorless and odorless crystals. 
In cosmetics and personal care products, Sodium Bromate and Potassium Bromate may be used in hair straighteners and permanet wave products.

Why is Sodium bromate used in cosmetics and personal care products?
Sodium Bromate and Potassium Bromate are oxidizing agents that may be used in hair straightening or permanent wave products.

Scientific Facts: 
Sodium Bromate and Potassium Bromate are inorganic salts that act as oxidizing agents. 
Potassium Bromate is added to flour to strengthen the dough and allow higher rising. 
Sodium bromate is added at a level that will be used up as the bread is baked.

Formula: NaBrO3
Molecular mass: 150.9
Decomposes at 381°C
Relative density (water = 1): 3.34
Solubility in water, g/100ml at 20°C: 36.4  

Synonyms
Bromate de sodium [French]; Bromic acid, sodium salt; Dyetone; Neutralizer K-126; Neutralizer K-140; Neutralizer K-938; [ChemIDplus] UN1494

Sodium bromate Category:
Halogens, Inorganic Compounds

Sodium bromate Description:
Colorless or white odorless solid; [Merck Index] White odorless powder; [MSDSonline]

Sources/Uses
Sodium bromate is used as analytical reagent; for dissolving gold from its ores (mixed with sodium bromide); for boiler cleaning; for oxidation of sulfur and vat dyes; in hair treatment formulations;

CAS number: 7789-38-0
IUPAC: sodium bromate
IUPAC traditional: sodium bromate
SMILES: [Na+].[O-][Br](=O)=O
InChI key: XUXNAKZDHHEHPC-UHFFFAOYSA-M
Molecular formula: BrNaO3
Molecular weight: 150.891
Solubility: not available

An oxidizer; Fire hazard near organic materials; 
A skin, eye, and respiratory tract irritant; 
Toxicity is similar to that of chlorates; 
Can cause deafness and CNS depression; 
Acute renal failure occurs in most poisoning cases; 
Estimated lethal dose is 200-500 mg/kg; 
A skin, eye, and respiratory tract irritant; 
"The substance may cause effects on the kidneys and nervous system when ingested, resulting in renal failure, respiratory depression, hearing loss and peripheral neuropathy. 
The effects may be delayed." 
After ingestion in suicide cases, patients may have anemia from intravascular hemolysis; 
A strong oxidizing agent; 
May ignite combustible materials; 
Heat or contamination my cause to explode; 
An oxidizing agent; 
May cause fire on contact with combustible material.

Appearance (Colour): White
Appearance (Form): Crystalline powder
Solubility (Turbidity): 5% aq. solution    Clear
Solubility (Colour) 5% aq. solution: Colourless
Assay: min.99%
Iron (Fe): max. 0.0005%
Heavy Metals (Pb): max. 0.0005%

Synonym: Dyetone
Formula: NaBrO3
Formula Wt.: 150.91
CAS: 7789-38-0
Characteristics: Fine white crystal
Notes: Strong oxidizer
Storage Code: White—corrosive; separate acids from bases; separate oxidizer acids from organic acids

Chemical formula: NaBrO3
Molar mass: 150.89g/mol
Appearance: colorless or white solid
Odor: odorless
Density: 3.339 g/cm3
Melting point: 381 °C (718 °F; 654 K)
Boiling point: 1,390 °C (2,530 °F; 1,660 K)
Solubility in water: 
27.5 g/100 mL (0 °C)
36.4 g/100 mL (20 °C)
48.8 g/100 mL (40 °C)
90.8 g/100 mL (100 °C)
Solubility: 
soluble in ammonia
insoluble in ethanol
Magnetic susceptibility (χ): −44.2·10−6 cm3/mol
Refractive index (nD): 1.594

Chemical Properties of Sodium bromate:
White crystals or powder; odorless. 
Soluble in water; insoluble in alcohol.

Chemical Properties of Sodium bromate:
Sodium bromate is a colorless or white crystalline solid. Odorless.

Uses of Sodium bromate:
The bromates of chief industrial interest are those of sodium and potassium. 
Sodium bromate is used in mixtures with sodium bromide to extract gold from ore. 
Sodium bromate is also used as an analytical reagent, as a cleaning agent for boilers, and as a component in hair-waving formulations. 
Potassium bromate is used primarily as a conditioner for flour and dough; some of Sodium bromates nonfood uses include use as an oxidizing agent for analytic chemistry and as a brominating agent. 
The bromates of calcium and barium have limited use as oxidizers, maturing agents in flour, and analytic reagents.

Uses of Sodium bromate:
Sodium bromate is used as a mixture with sodium bromide for dissolving gold from its ores.

Definition
ChEBI: An inorganic sodium salt having bromate as the counterion.

General Description
A white crystalline solid. 
May explode under prolonged exposure to heat or fire. 
Used in chemical analysis.

Air & Water Reactions
Water soluble.

Reactivity Profile
Sodium bromate is an oxidizing agent. 
May react violently with combustibles and reducing agents. 
Reacts with textiles, oil, fat, grease, sugar, sawdust and ammonium salts, carbon, phosphorus, metal powders and sulfides with hazard of fire and explosion.
A mixture of finely divided aluminum with finely divided Sodium bromate explodes by heat, percussion, and friction.

Linear Formula: NaBrO3
CAS Number: 7789-38-0
Molecular Weight: 150.89
EC Number: 232-160-4
MDL number: MFCD00003476
eCl@ss: 38050507
PubChem Substance ID: 329747397
NACRES: NA.21

CAS: 7789-38-0
Molecular Formula: BrNaO3
Molecular Weight (g/mol): 150.891
MDL Number: MFCD00003476
InChI Key: XUXNAKZDHHEHPC-UHFFFAOYSA-M
Synonym: sodium bromate, bromic acid, sodium salt, dyetone, bromate de sodium, sodium bromate dot, neutralizer k-126, neutralizer k-140, neutralizer k-938, sodium bromate nabro3, bromate de sodium frenchShow More
PubChem CID: 23668195
ChEBI: CHEBI:75229
IUPAC Name: sodium;bromate
SMILES: [O-]Br(=O)=O.[Na+]

Quality Level: 200
assay: ≥99%
form: crystals
impurities: ≤0.005% heavy metals (as Pb)
pH: 5-9 (25 °C, 50 g/L)
density: 3.339 g/mL at 25 °C (lit.)
anion traces:
bromide (Br-): ≤500 mg/kg
sulfate (SO42-): ≤500 mg/kg
cation traces: Fe: ≤50 mg/kg
SMILES string: [Na+].[O-]Br(=O)=O
InChI: 1S/BrHO3.Na/c2-1(3)4;/h(H,2,3,4);/q;+1/p-1
InChI key: XUXNAKZDHHEHPC-UHFFFAOYSA-M

Sodium bromate, also called sodium salt of bromic acid, is an inorganic compound of sodium, bromine, and oxygen represented by the chemical formula NaBrO3. 
Sodium bromate is a strong oxidizing agent that may explode through prolonged exposure to fire or heat.

CAS No.7789-38-0
Chemical Name:Sodium bromate
Synonymsdyetone;BROMIDE;SODIUM BROMATE;bromatedesodium;SodiuM broMated;neutralizerk-126;neutralizerk-140;neutralizerk-938;BROMIDE STANDARD;SODIUM BROMIDE 40
CBNumber:CB6181002
Molecular Formula:BrNaO3

CAS No:    7789-38-0
Product Code: FS35172
MDL No:    MFCD00003476
Chemical Formula: NaBrO3
Molecular Weight: 150.89 g/mol

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