Storage Condition : -20℃, light and moisture sensitive
Shipping Condition : blue ice
Purity : ≥90.0%
Chemical name: Sodium disulfide, anhydrous
Sodium polysulfides (Na2Sn) are sulfane sulfur donors which have simple structures, and exist as hydrogen polysulfides in an aqueous solution depending on pH.
Fig. 1 Structures of Sodium polysulfides (Na2Sn) and the pKa values
Fig. 2 UV spectra of 1 mmol/l Na2Sn aqueous solution
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