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Sodium citrate monobasic

BioXtra, anhydrous, ≥99.5% (T)

Synonym: Citric acid monosodium salt, Sodium dihydrogen citrate

  • CAS Number 18996-35-5

  • Linear Formula HOC(COONa)(CH2COOH)2

  • Molecular Weight 214.11

  •  Beilstein Registry Number 3920246

  •  EC Number 242-734-6

  •  MDL number MFCD00013067

  •  PubChem Substance ID 57652306

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Properties

Related Categories Alphabetical, BioUltra Buffers, BioXtra Buffers, Biochemicals and Reagents, Biological Buffers,
InChI Key   HWPKGOGLCKPRLZ-UHFFFAOYSA-M
product line   BioXtra
assay   ≥99.5% (T)
impurities   insoluble matter, passes filter test
  ≤0.2% water
pH   3.5-4.0 (25 °C, 0.25 M in H2O)
solubility   H2O: soluble0.25 M at 20 °C, clear, colorless
anion traces   chloride (Cl-): ≤50 mg/kg
  sulfate (SO42-): ≤50 mg/kg
cation traces   Al: ≤5 mg/kg
  As: ≤0.1 mg/kg
  Ba: ≤5 mg/kg
  Bi: ≤5 mg/kg
  Ca: ≤10 mg/kg
  Cd: ≤5 mg/kg
  Co: ≤5 mg/kg
  Cr: ≤5 mg/kg
  Cu: ≤5 mg/kg
  Fe: ≤5 mg/kg
  K: ≤50 mg/kg
  Li: ≤5 mg/kg
  Mg: ≤5 mg/kg
  Mn: ≤5 mg/kg
  Mo: ≤5 mg/kg
  Ni: ≤5 mg/kg
  Pb: ≤5 mg/kg
  Sr: ≤5 mg/kg
  Zn: ≤5 mg/kg
λ   0.25 M in H2O
UV absorption   λ: 260 nm Amax: 0.15
  λ: 280 nm Amax: 0.05

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Application

Sodium citrate monobasic has been used-
• as a component of Beltsville thawing solution (BTS) for semen dilution
• for the formulation of isonitrogenous diets to study the effects of sodium citrate in red hybrid tilapia
• for the preparation of SSC (saline sodium citrate) made for post-hybridization wash

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Safety Information

RIDADR 
NONH for all modes of transport
WGK Germany 
1
RTECS 
GE7950000
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