SODIUM FORMATE

CAS NO:141-53-7
EC NO:205-488-0
E number:E237

Sodium formate, HCOONa, is the sodium salt of formic acid, HCOOH. 
Sodium formate usually appears as a white deliquescent powder.
Sodium formate is soluble in water and glycerene, slightly soluble in ethanol. Under strong heat, Sodium formate went into hydrogen and sodium oxalate and finally turned into sodium carbonate. 
Sodium formate is produced by the interaction of formic acid and sodium hydroxide.
Sodium formate can be used as chemical analysis reagent, used for the determination of sodium formate, arsenic and phosphorus, also can be used as disinfectant, mordant, etc.  

Sodium formate in powder form is used in industrial plants of formic acid to improve the performance of limestone FGD systems; The advantage is application security and health. 
Preparation of sodium formate: Sodium bicarbonate reacts with formic acid in the laboratory, the solution remains basic, removing Fe3+, filtering and adding formic acid to the filtrate, and the solution is acidic, then evaporated, crystallized to obtain crude sodium.
Sodium formate is an organic sodium salt which is the monosodium salt of formic acid. 
Sodium formate has a role as a buffer and an astringent. 
Sodium formate contains a formate.

Preparation of Sodium formate:
For commercial use, sodium formate is produced by absorbing carbon monoxide under pressure in solid sodium hydroxide at 130 °C and 6-8 bar pressure:
CO + NaOH → HCO2Na
Because of the low-cost and large-scale availability of formic acid by carbonylation of methanol and hydrolysis of the resulting methyl formate, sodium formate is usually prepared by neutralizing formic acid with sodium hydroxide. 
Sodium formate is also unavoidably formed as a by-product in the final step of the pentaerythritol synthesis and in the crossed Cannizzaro reaction of formaldehyde with the aldol reaction product trimethylol acetaldehyde [3-hydroxy-2,2-bis(hydroxymethyl)propanal].

In the laboratory, sodium formate can be prepared by neutralizing formic acid with sodium carbonate. 
Sodium formate can also be obtained by reacting chloroform with an alcoholic solution of sodium hydroxide.
CHCl3 + 4 NaOH → HCOONa + 3 NaCl + 2 H2O
or by reacting sodium hydroxide with chloral hydrate.
C2HCl3(OH)2 + NaOH → CHCl3 + HCOONa + H2O
The latter method is, in general, preferred to the former because the low aqueous solubility of CHCl3 makes it easier to separate out from the sodium formate solution, by fractional crystallization, than the soluble NaCl would be.

Sodium formate may also be created via the haloform reaction between ethanol and sodium hypochlorite in the presence of a base. 
This procedure is well documented for the preparation of chloroform.

Properties
Chemical formula: HCOONa
Molar mass: 68.007 g/mol
Appearance: white granules
Density: 1.92 g/cm3 (20 °C)
Melting point: 253 °C (487 °F; 526 K)
Boiling point: decomposes
Solubility in water: 
43.82 g/100 mL (0 °C)
97.2 g/100 mL (20 °C)
160 g/100 mL (100 °C)
Solubility: 
insoluble in ether
soluble in glycerol, alcohol, formic acid

Uses of Sodium formate:
Sodium formate is used in several fabric dyeing and printing processes. 
Sodium formate is also used as a buffering agent for strong mineral acids to increase their pH, as a food additive (E237), and as a de-icing agent.

In structural biology, sodium formate can be used as a cryoprotectant for X-ray diffraction experiments on protein crystals, which are typically conducted at a temperature of 100 K to reduce the effects of radiation damage.
The urticating hair of stinging nettles contain sodium formate as well as formic acid.
Solid sodium formate is used as a non-corrosive agent at airports for de-icing of runways in mix with corrosion inhibitors and other additives, which rapidly penetrate solid snow and ice layers, detach them from the asphalt or concrete and melt the ice rapidly. 
Sodium formate was also used as a road deicer in the city of Ottawa from 1987 to 1988.

The high freezing point depression e.g. in comparison to the still frequently used urea (which is effective but problematic due to eutrophication) effectively prevents the re-icing, even at temperatures below −15 °C. 
The thawing effect of the solid sodium formate can even be increased by moistening with aqueous potassium formate or potassium acetate solutions. 
The degradability of sodium formate is particularly advantageous with a chemical oxygen demand (COD) of 211 mg O2/g compared with the de-icing agents sodium acetate (740 mg O2/g) and urea with (> 2,000 mg O2/g).
Saturated sodium formate solutions (as well as mixtures of other alkali metal formates such as potassium and cesium formate) are used as important drilling and stabilizing aids in gas and oil exploration because of their relatively high density. 

By mixing the corresponding saturated alkali metal formate solutions any densities between 1,0 and 2,3 g/cm3 can be set. 
The saturated solutions are biocidal and long-term stable against microbial degradation. 
Diluted, on the other hand, they are fast and completely biodegradable. 
As alkali metal formates as drilling aids make it unnecessary to add solid fillers to increase the density (such as barytes) and the formate solutions can be recovered and recycled at the drilling site, formates represent an important advance in exploration technology.

Usage areas :
Sodium Formate is a chemical that is used extensively in the textile and leather industry, and is also used in construction chemicals and food production (E237). 
Sodium formate is a white powder, has water absorption properties and a slight formic acid odor. 
Sodium formate is soluble in water and glycerol, sparingly soluble in ethanol and insoluble in ether.
Sodium formate and calcium formate Sodium formate and calcium formate are also known as saturated acid, sodium formate, which are common metal salts of sodium formate. 
There are two types of molecular forms of sodium formate compounds in nature.

As a white crystalline powder, anhydrous sodium formate is toxic, slightly hygroscopic. 
Relative density is 1.92 (20℃), mp 253℃. 
Sodium formate is soluble in water, slightly soluble in ethanol and insoluble in ether. 
Sodium formate dihydrate is colorless crystals. 
Sodium formate is toxic with a slight odor of formic acid. 

Calcium is a free-circulating white crystalline powder with durable, fungicidal, antibacterial effects, and is an organic acid feed additive. 
Sodium formates content is 99%, formic acid 69%, calcium 31%, with low water content. 
Sodium formate has a high melting point, not easy to be destroyed in the particle mass. 
Feed is added 0.9% to 1.5%. 

Sodium formate breaks down into formic acid in the stomach, lowers the pH of the stomach, maintains the digestive acidity, inhibits the growth of bacteria, and prevents diarrhea due to bacterial infection. 
Trace acid activates the role of pepsinogen in increasing the absorption of active substances in feed and produces chelation with minerals in feed to increase the digestion and absorption of minerals, and can also be used as a supplement of calcium. 
To prevent piglets' diarrhea and increase survival,
The above information is collected and supplemented by Xiaonan of Chemicalbook.


Usage areas
Sodium formate acid is mainly for the production of formic acid, oxalic acid and fuse powder.
Sodium formate is used as a reagent for the determination of phosphorus and arsenic, disinfectant and mordant.
Sodium formate is used as preservatives with a diuretic effect. In the EEC countries mutatis mutandis, but the use of the British is not allowed.
Sodium formate is used as an intermediate in the production of formic acid and oxalic acid, but also for the production of dimethyl formamide, which is also used in the pharmaceutical, printing and dyeing industries. 
Sodium formate is also a heavy metal precipitator.
Used as alkyd paints, plasticizers, high explosives, acid resistant materials, aviation oils, adhesive additives.
Used to precipitate noble metal, can form trivalent metal complex ions in solution. 
With its buffering effect, Sodium formate can be used to correct the pH of strong mineral acids to a higher one.

Industry Uses        
Adhesives and sealant chemicals
Bleaching agents
Cement friction reducer
Ice melt
Intermediates
Lubricants and lubricant additives
Oxidizing/reducing agents
Paint additives and coating additives not described by other categories
Plating agents and surface treating agents
Processing aids, not otherwise listed
Processing aids, specific to petroleum production
Runway deicing
chemical distribution

Consumer Uses        
Anti-freeze and de-icing products
Building/construction materials - wood and engineered wood products
Cleaning and furnishing care products
Laundry and dishwashing products
Lubricants and greases
Utility emissions control
Water treatment products

Industry Processing Sectors
All other basic inorganic chemical manufacturing
All other basic organic chemical manufacturing
Asphalt paving, roofing, and coating materials manufacturing
Oil and gas drilling, extraction, and support activities
Paint and coating manufacturing
Paper manufacturing
Plastic material and resin manufacturing
Plastics product manufacturing
Printing and related support activities
Services
Soap, cleaning compound, and toilet preparation manufacturing
Textiles, apparel, and leather manufacturing
Wholesale and retail trade
Wood product manufacturing

Product Description
Sodium Formate is a colorless, bitter salty tasting crystalline salt with reducing characteristics.
Sodium Formate is highly hygroscopic and water soluble.

Applications
Sodium Formate is used as a main raw materialin the production of formic acid, sodium hydrosulfite, oxalic acid and sodium oxalate production, as well as an ingredient in leather tanning, oil drilling fluids, animal feed and pharmaceuticals.
Sodium Formate is often used as an ingredient in galvanic and fixing solutions as a result of its reduction capabilities.
Sodium Formate is used in several fabric dyeing and printing processes.
Sodium Formate is also used as a buffering agent for strong mineral acids to increase their pH, as a food additive (E237), and as a de-iceing agent.


Formula: HCOONa
Molecular mass: 68.0
Melting point: 253°C
Density: 1.9 g/cm³
Solubility in water, g/100ml at 20°C: 97 


Sodium formate is used in analytical chemistry to precipitate noble metals. 
Sodium formate is used for tanning leather, for dyeing and printing fabrics. 
Sodium formate acts as an electroplating agent, an acidulant in the textile industry, a reducing agent, a mordant, a complexing agent. 
Further, it is used in photographic fixing baths. In addition, it is used as a buffering agent for strong mineral acids and food additive.
Sodium formate is also unavoidably formed as a by-product in the final step of the pentaerythritol synthesis and in the crossed Cannizzaro reaction of formaldehyde with the aldol reaction product trimethylol acetaldehyde [3-hydroxy-2,2-bis(hydroxymethyl)propanal].

Sodium formate is slightly water-hazardous and inhibits some species of bacteria but is degraded by others.
Sodium formate is used in several fabric dyeing and printing processes.
Sodium formate plays a role in the synthesis of formic acid, it is converted by sulfuric acid via the following reaction equation:
Sodium formate is converted with sulfuric acid to formic acid and sodium sulfate.
Sodium formate was also used as a road deicer in the city of Ottawa from 1987 to 1988.

Sodium Formate is the sodium salt of formic acid. 
There are various production methods to produce it. 
At our facility, it is produced as by product during the production of Pentaerythritol. 
Sodium formate is a white crystalline powder. 
Sodium formate can be used as final product, as raw material or as intermediate to produce other chemicals.

MAJOR APPLICATIONS
Leather industry as tanning agent
Oil Drilling field / Oilfield chemicals
As a de-icer on airport runways due to its effectiveness and less contamination than Salt
Pulp and paper industry - In production of sodium hydrosulphite / dithionite (a bleaching agent)
Textile industry - fabric dyeing and printing process
Construction industry
Electroplating process
As animal feed additive - used as a dietary electrolyte balance (dEB) enhancer
Formic acid manufacturing

Chemical properties
Sodium formate is a white powder, with water absorption and a slight odor of formic acid. 
Sodium formate is dissolved in water and glycerol, slightly soluble in ethanol and insoluble in ether.
Solubility in water
Dissolved quantity per 100 ml of water at different temperatures (℃) in grams:
43.9g/0 ℃, 62.5g/10 ℃, 81.2g/20 ℃, 102g/30 ℃, 108g/40 ℃
122g/60 ℃, 138g/80 ℃, 147g/90 ℃, 160g/100 ℃
Sodium formate and calcium formate

Sodium formate and calcium formate are two kinds of common metal salts of formic acid, sodium formate, also known as sodium formate, There are two kinds of molecular forms of sodium formate compounds in nature:
as a white crystalline powder, anhydrous sodium formate is slightly hygroscopic, poisonous. 
The relative density is 1.92 (20 ℃), m.p. is 253 ℃. 
Sodium formate is dissolved in water, slightly soluble in ethanol and insoluble in ether.
sodium formate dihydrate is colorless crystals. With slight formic acid odor, it is toxic. 
Sodium formate is dissolved in water and glycerine, slightly soluble in ethanol. 
Sodium formate broke down into hydrogen and sodium oxalate under strong heat, and finally converted into sodium carbonate. 
Sodium formate is produced by the interaction of formic acid and sodium hydroxide.

The main purpose of sodium formate as follows:
Sodium formate can be used as chemical analysis reagent, used for determination of arsenic and phosphorus, also used as a disinfectant, mordant and so on. 
Powdered sodium formate is used in industrial instand of formic acid to improve the performance of limestone FGD systems, the advantage is application safety and health.
Preparation of sodium formate: Sodium bicarbonate reacts with formic acid in laboratory, remain the solution basic, remove Fe3 +, filtered, and add formic acid into the filtrate, and the solution was acidic, then evaporate, crystallize to obtain crude sodium.
Calcium is a free-flowing white crystalline powder, with mouldproof, fungicidal, antibacterial effects, is an organic acid feed additive. 
Sodium formates content is 99%, with 69% formic acid, 31% calcium, low water content. 

Sodium formate has a high melting point, is not easy to be destroyed in the particle mass. 
Feed is added 0.9% to 1.5%. 
Sodium formate is broken down into formic acid in the stomach, reduces the pH of the stomach, maintains digestive acidity, prevents the growth of bacteria to control and prevent bacterial infection-related diarrhea. 
Trace acid activates pepsinogen role in enhancing the absorption of active ingredients in feed, and producing chelation with minerals in feed to promote digestion and absorption of minerals, also be used as a supplement of calcium. 
For the prevention of diarrhea of piglets and improve survival, promote feed conversion and daily gain.
The above information is collected and finished by Xiaonan of Chemicalbook.

Uses of Sodium formate:
1. Sodium formate is mainly for the production of formic acid, oxalic acid and insurance powder and so on.
2. Sodium formate is used as the reagent for the determination of phosphorus and arsenic, disinfectant and mordant.
3. Sodium formate is used as preservatives, with diuretic effect. 
Sodium formate is mutatis mutandis in EEC countries, but the British are not allowed to use.
4. Sodium formate is used as intermediates in the production of formic acid and oxalic acid, but also for the production of dimethyl formamide, also used in medicine, printing and dyeing industry. 
Sodium formate is also heavy metal precipitant.
5. Sodium formate is used as alkyd paints, plasticizers, high explosives, acid-resistant materials, aviation lubricants, additives of adhesives.
6. Sodium formate is used for precipitating noble metal, may form trivalent metal complex ions in the solution. 
With buffer effect, it can be used for correcting pH value of strong mineral acids to be higher. 
Sodium formate is precipitant of heavy metal.

Production method
1. Sodium formate is obtained in industrial by the reaction of carbon monoxide with sodium hydroxide at 150-170 ℃, about 2MPa. 
In fact, the production process of sodium formate is part of the production of sodium oxalate, the concentration of sodium hydroxide solution for absorbing the reaction was 25%-30%. 
Sodium formate can be produced by the reaction of formic acid with oxygen or sodium bicarbonate.
Material consumption fixed: Carbon monoxide (> 28%) 1630kg/t, caustic soda (> 30%) 2160kg/t. 2. 
Sodium formate is the byproduct of pentaerythritol.
2. Sodium formate is obtained by the reaction of carbon monoxide with sodium hydroxide at 160 ℃, 2MPa.

Description
Sodium formate, HCOONa, is the sodium salt of formic acid, HCOOH. 
Sodium formate usually appears as a white deliquescent powder.

Chemical Properties
white crystals

Physical properties
White crystals; slightly hygroscopic; faint odor of formic acid; density 1.92 g/cm3; melts at 253°C; decomposes on further heating, first forming sodium oxalate and hydrogen and then sodium carbonate; very soluble in water; the aqueous solution neutral, pH about 7; soluble in glycerol; slightly soluble in alcohol; insoluble in ether.

Uses
Sodium formate is used in several fabric dyeing and printing processes. 
Sodium formate is also used as a buffering agent for strong mineral acids to increase their pH, and as a food additive ( E237 ) .

Uses
Precipitant for noble metals.

Uses
In dyeing and printing fabrics; also In animal chemistry as a precipitant for the "noble" metals. 
Solubilizes trivalent metal ions in solution by forming complex ions. 
Buffering action adjusts the pH of strong mineral acids to higher values.

Definition
ChEBI: An organic sodium salt which is the monosodium salt of formic acid.

Preparation
Sodium formate can be prepared in the laboratory by neutralizing formic acid with sodium carbonate. 
Sodium formate can also be obtained by reacting chloroform with an alcoholic solution of sodium hydroxide.
CHCl3 + 4NaOH → HCOONa + 3NaCl + 2H2O
or by reacting sodium hydroxide with chloral hydrate.
C2HCl3(OH)2 + NaOH → CHCl3 + HCOONa + H2O
The latter method is, in general, preferred to the former because the low aqueous solubility of CHCl3 makes it easier to separate out from the sodium formate solution, by fractional crystallization, than the soluble NaCl would be.
For commercial use, sodium formate is produced by absorbing carbon monoxide under pressure in solid sodium hydroxide at 160 °C.
CO + NaOH → HCOONa
Sodium formate may also be created via the haloform reaction between ethanol and sodium hypochlorite in the presence of a base.

Sodium formates functions (INCI)
PH regulator: Stabilizes the pH of cosmetics
Preservative: Inhibits the development of microorganisms in cosmetic products.

Restriction in Europe: V / 14
The maximum authorized concentration in ready-to-use cosmetic preparations is: 0.5% (in acid).

What Is Sodium formate?
Sodium Formate is the sodium salt of formic acid. 
In cosmetics and personal care products, Sodium Formate has reported use in shampoo products.

Why is Sodium formate used in cosmetics and personal care products?
Sodium Formate prevents or retards bacterial growth, and thus protects cosmetics and personal care products from spoilage.

Scientific Facts: 
Sodium Formate is the sodium salt of formic acid. 
Formic acid occurs naturally is some unripened fruit, in the venom of ants, wasps and bees, and in mammalian muscle tissue.

Sodium formate is used in analytical chemistry to precipitate noble metals. 
Sodium formate is used for tanning leather, for dyeing and printing fabrics. 
Sodium formate acts as an electroplating agent, an acidulant in the textile industry, a reducing agent, a mordant, a complexing agent. 
Further, Sodium formate is used in photographic fixing baths. 
In addition, Sodium formate is used as a buffering agent for strong mineral acids and food additive.

Sodium formate is used in several fabric dyeing and printing processes. 
Sodium formate is also used as a buffering agent for strong mineral acids to increase their pH, and as a food additive (E237).
Sodium Formate is a white deliquescent powder and the sodium salt of formic acid. 
Sodium formate has a large number of industrial uses and applications from use in the dyeing processes of fabrics through to use in industrial drilling, fracking and oil and gas production.

Sodium formate is also used as a de-icer at airports, used on runways, taxiways and parking areas.  
Often mixed with other additives, the chemicals rapidly break down snow and ice and decrease the freezing temperature of snow to prevent re-icing and offer long term protection.

Sodium Formate – Applications
Important applications areas of sodium formate include:

production of sodium hydrosulphite
production of formic acid
leather tanning
enzyme stabiliser in detergents
pH buffer agent
filler in toothpaste
production of deicers

Sodium formate is a versatile chemical used in many laboratory techniques including crystallization, molecule-based material construction, and chemiluminescence. 
Sodium formate is an intermediate involved in making of formic acid, oxalic acid, and sodium dithionite. 
Buffering agent for strong mineral acids and noble metals. 
Sodium formate has been shown to act as a sigmal for Salmonella invasion. 
Sodium formate also acts as a free radical scavenger.

Specifications
Appearance (Colour): White
Appearance (Form): Crystalline powder
Solubility (Turbidity) 10% aq. solution: Clear
Solubility (Colour) 10% aq. solution: Colourless
Assay: min. 98%
Melting Point: ~253°C
pH (5% aq. solution): 7.0 - 8.5
Chloride (CI): max. 0.005%
Sulphate (SO4): max. 0.005%
Iron (Fe): max. 0.005%
Heavy Metals (Pb): max. 0.005%

Molecular Formula : CHNaO2
Molecular Weight : 68.01

Usage areas
food
Sodium formate is used as a preservative in food industry.

Skin
Sodium formate is used as an intermediate in the leather industry during the synthesis process.

Textile
Sodium formate is used as an additive in yarn and dyes in textile sector.

Other
Sodium formate is used as melting agent by using melting point.

Sodium formate is a sodium salt of formic acid, soluble in water.
Sodium formate is used in the chemical industry as a buffer substance. 
In the food industry it is a preservative.
Sodium formates use in the leather industry as an acid camouflage for chrome tanning. 
Stabilizes skin collagen as a mineral or vegetable tanning agent, transforming it into leather, helping to fix chromium salts and generating a low pH effluent at the end of the stage.

Description
Sodium formate, also designated as sodium methanoate, is the organic salt form of formic acid. 
Sodium formate can be used for a wide range of applications in both laboratory and industrial settings.

Applications
In research, sodium formate is used as a reagent for both arsenic and phosphorous. 
Sodium formate can also act as a buffer when working with mineral acids. 
Beyond research applications, sodium formate is used as a preservative and a component of several heavy industrial materials, including adhesives, paints, explosives and certain high-grade lubricants.

Sodium formate is used as a component in the preparation of Urine Maintenance Fluid.
Sodium Formate is used as a buffering agent for strong mineral acids to increase their pH, as a food additive, and as a de-icing agent. 
Sodium Formate is a versatile chemical used in many laboratory techniques such as crystallization, molecule-based material construction, and chemiluminescence. 
Sodium Formate has been shown to act as a signal for Salmonella invasion and acts as a free radical scavenger.
Sodium formate is commonly known as formic acid is widely used in the process of printing and dyeing. 
Sodium formate is used to increase the pH of acids and is used in the form of a buffering agent.
Sodium formate is used as a de-icing agent and is generally used as a food additive (E237). 

Sodium formate is an organic sodium salt which contains formate and is the monosodium salt of formic acid. 
Sodium formate plays roles both as a buffer and an astringent. The structural representation of Sodium formate is as shown in the figure below.
Sodium formate is used in industrial applications and the production of other chemicals. 
Sodium formate is used in the production of sodium hydrosulfate and formic acid. 
Sodium formate is also used in leather tanning, printing processes, as a food additive, and as an enzyme stabilizer in detergents. 
Sodium formate is used in several fabric dyeing and printing processes. 
Sodium formate is also used as a buffering agent for strong mineral acids to increase their pH, as a food additive (E237), and as a de-icing agent.

About this substance
Helpful information
Sodium formate is registered under the REACH Regulation and is manufactured in and / or imported to the European Economic Area, at ≥ 100 000 to < 1 000 000 tonnes per annum.
Sodium formate is used by consumers, in articles, by professional workers (widespread uses), in formulation or re-packing, at industrial sites and in manufacturing.

Consumer Uses
Sodium formate is used in the following products: washing & cleaning products, polishes and waxes and water treatment chemicals.
Other release to the environment of Sodium formate is likely to occur from: indoor use as processing aid.

Article service life
Other release to the environment of Sodium formate is likely to occur from: outdoor use in long-life materials with low release rate (e.g. metal, wooden and plastic construction and building materials) and indoor use in long-life materials with low release rate (e.g. flooring, furniture, toys, construction materials, curtains, foot-wear, leather products, paper and cardboard products, electronic equipment).
Sodium formate can be found in products with material based on: leather (e.g. gloves, shoes, purses, furniture) and metal (e.g. cutlery, pots, toys, jewellery).

Widespread uses by professional workers
Sodium formate is used in the following products: washing & cleaning products, laboratory chemicals, anti-freeze products and water treatment chemicals.
Sodium formate is used in the following areas: health services, mining and municipal supply (e.g. electricity, steam, gas, water) and sewage treatment.
Other release to the environment of Sodium formate is likely to occur from: indoor use (e.g. machine wash liquids/detergents, automotive care products, paints and coating or adhesives, fragrances and air fresheners) and outdoor use.

Formulation or re-packing
Sodium formate is used in the following products: leather treatment products, laboratory chemicals, washing & cleaning products, water treatment chemicals and cosmetics and personal care products.
Release to the environment of Sodium formate can occur from industrial use: formulation of mixtures, formulation in materials and of substances in closed systems with minimal release.
Other release to the environment of Sodium formate is likely to occur from: indoor use as reactive substance.

Uses at industrial sites
Sodium formate is used in the following products: leather treatment products, heat transfer fluids, pH regulators and water treatment products and anti-freeze products.
Sodium formate is used in the following areas: formulation of mixtures and/or re-packaging, mining and printing and recorded media reproduction.
Sodium formate is used for the manufacture of: textile, leather or fur.
Release to the environment of Sodium formate can occur from industrial use: in processing aids at industrial sites, in the production of articles, as processing aid, of substances in closed systems with minimal release, as an intermediate step in further manufacturing of another substance (use of intermediates) and formulation of mixtures.
Other release to the environment of Sodium formate is likely to occur from: indoor use (e.g. machine wash liquids/detergents, automotive care products, paints and coating or adhesives, fragrances and air fresheners).

Manufacture
Release to the environment of Sodium formate can occur from industrial use: manufacturing of the substance and as an intermediate step in further manufacturing of another substance (use of intermediates).

IUPAC names
formic acid
Formic acid sodium salt
Formic acid, sodium salt
Metanoato de sodio
Natriumformiat
Sodio Formiato
SODIUM FORMATE
Sodium Formate
Sodium formate
sodium formate
Sodium Formate
Sodium formate
sodium formate
sodium formiate
sodium;formate
1218765-26-4 [RN]
141-53-7 [RN]
205-488-0 [EINECS]
E237
Formiate de sodium [French] [ACD/IUPAC Name]
Formic acid sodium salt
Formic Acid, Sodium Salt
Formic acid, sodium salt (1:1) [ACD/Index Name]
Formic acid-12C sodium salt
LR0350000
MFCD00013101 [MDL number]
MFCD00198162
Mravencan sodny [Czech]
Natriumformiat [German] [ACD/IUPAC Name]
Sodium formate [ACD/IUPAC Name] [Wiki]
Sodium formate-12C
Sodium methanoate
[141-53-7]
23102-86-5 [RN]
3996-15-4 [RN]
64536-02-3 [RN]
84050-15-7 [RN]
84050-16-8 [RN]
84050-17-9 [RN]
ACS, 99.0%
deuterioformate
EINECS 205-488-0
FORMIC ACID SODIUM SALT[3H]
FORMIC ACID, NA SALT
Mravencan sodny [Czech]
Sodium [ACD/Index Name] [ACD/IUPAC Name] [Wiki]
SODIUM (¹²C)FORMATE|SODIUM (¹²C)FORMATE
sodium DL-methionate
Sodium formate solution
Sodium formate, ACS grade

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