Sodium Cyanide uses for gold NaCN manufacturers Cyanobrik Hydrocyanic Acid Sodium Salt

Model: TITAN-SOCY-2
Place of Origin: Zhejiang,China (Mainland)
Brand Name: TITAN
CAS No.: 143-33-9
Purity: 98.0% min
Common name: Sodium cyanide
EINECS No.: 205-599-4
Appearance: White solid block or granule
Density: 1.595g/cm3
Melting Point: 563°C
Flash Point: Non-flammable
Molecular Formula: NaCN
Molecular Weight: 49.01

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Chemical Identification

Common Name:

Sodium Cyanide

Synonyms:

Hydrogen cyanide, sodium salt;

Hydrocyanic acid, sodium salt;

Cyanure de sodium;

Cyanogran;

Cyanobrik;

Cyanideofsodium;

Cyanide of sodium;

Cyanasalt S;

Cyanasalt H;

Cianurodisodio;

Cianuro di sodio;

Ccris 7712;

Caswellno758;

(Cyano-kappac)sodium.

CAS No.:

143-33-9

EINECS No.:

205-599-4

Melting Point:

563°C

Boiling Point:

1,496°C

Appearance:

White solid block or granule

Odor

Faint almond-like

Density:

1.595 g/cm3

Flash Point:

Non-flammable

Storage Condition:

Cool, dry

Molecular Formula:

NaCN

Molecular Weight:

49.01

 

Product Information

Specifications:

Specifications of Sodium cyanide

Product name: Sodium cyanide

Manufacturer: Ningbo Titan Unichem Co., Ltd.

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SPECIFICATIONS

Appearance

White briquette or crystal pill

Content of Sodium Cyanide

98.0% min

NaOH

0.5% max

Na2CO3

0.5% max

Moisture

0.5% max

Water insolubles

0.05% max

 

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Loading of Sodium cyanide (NaCN) 143-33-9 from TITAN UNICHEM.

 

Application

Sodium gold cyanide

  • Sodium cyanide is mainly used to extract gold and other precious metals in mining.

  • This application exploits the high affinity of gold for cyanide, which induces gold metal to oxidize and dissolve in the presence of air and water, producing the salt sodium gold cyanide (or gold sodium cyanide) and sodium hydroxide:

  • 4 Au + 8 NaCN + O2 + 2 H2O → 4 Na[Au(CN)2] + 4 NaOH

  • A similar process uses potassium cyanide (KCN, a close relative of sodium cyanide) to produce potassium gold cyanide (KAu(CN)2). Few other methods exist for this extraction process.

Chemical feedstock

  • Several commercially significant chemical compounds are derived from cyanide, including cyanuric chloride, cyanogen chloride, and many nitriles.

  • In organic synthesis, cyanide, which is classified as a strong nucleophile, is used to prepare nitriles, which occur widely in many specialty chemicals, including pharmaceuticals.

Niche uses

  • Being highly toxic, sodium cyanide is used to kill or stun rapidly such as in widely illegal cyanide fishing and in collecting jars used by entomologists.

Toxicity

  • Cyanide salts are among the most rapidly acting of all known poisons. Sodium Cyanide is a potent inhibitor of respiration, acting on mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase and hence blocking electron transport. This results in decreased oxidative metabolism and oxygen utilization. Lactic acidosis then occurs as a consequence of anaerobic metabolism.


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Category: Other Inorganic Salts

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