Summary of feathered profit characteristics
- Name:Perk Profit
- Other Names:sodium Hydroxide , caustic soda
- Chemical symbol:NaOH
- Purity:98 % Perk Profit
- Appearance:Sodium hydroxide is available in the form of flakes and flakes.
- Molecular weight:40.01
- Melting point:12 C (50% solution), 62 C (73% -70% solution)
- (Boiling point:140 C (50% solution
Introducing Perk Profit
Hydrogen peroxide or sodium hydroxide is one of the minerals obtained from nature that has a chemical formula (NaOH). Other names for caustic soda other than sodium hydroxide include caustic soda, caustic soda, and caustic soda.
History of Perk Profit
Sodium hydroxide was originally produced by soap makers. An instruction to make sodium hydroxide was found by a 13th-century Muslim scholar, al-Mukhtarah, in the book Al-Mukhtarah fi Fanun Man al-Sunnah, compiled by Al-Muzaffar Yusuf Ibn Umar Ibn Ali Ibn Rasool, King of Yemen. British chemist and archaeologist Henry Ernst Stapleton (1878–1962) provided evidence that Muhammad Zakaria Razi knew sodium hydroxide. The instructions included successively passing water through a mixture of alkali (which was the saltwort ash) and raw lime, which was used to make sodium hydroxide. European soap makers followed the same instructions.