Sodium aluminosilicate Materials Science Sodium aluminosilicate is a fine white powder. Many ordinary rocks (feldspars) are aluminosilicates. Aluminosilicates with more open three-dimensional structures than the feldspars are called zeolites. The openings in zeolites appear as polyhedral cavities connected by tunnels. Zeolites act as catalysts by absorbing small molecules in their interior cavities and holding them in proximity so that reaction among them occurs sooner. 202.14 g/mol
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Sodium aluminosilicate - 308080-99-1

Sodium aluminosilicate

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Catalog Number: BT-3160070

CAS Number: 308080-99-1

Molecular Formula: AlNaO6Si2

Molecular Weight: 202.14 g/mol

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CAS Number 308080-99-1
Product Name Sodium aluminosilicate
Molecular Formula AlNaO6Si2
Molecular Weight 202.14 g/mol
Colorform FINE, WHITE, AMORPHOUS POWDER OR BEADS
InChI InChI=1S/Al.Na.2O3Si/c;;2*1-4(2)3/q+3;+1;2*-2
InChI Key URGAHOPLAPQHLN-UHFFFAOYSA-N
IUPAC Name aluminum;sodium;dioxido(oxo)silane
Canonical SMILES [O-][Si](=O)[O-].[O-][Si](=O)[O-].[Na+].[Al+3]
Description Sodium aluminosilicate is a fine white powder. Many ordinary rocks (feldspars) are aluminosilicates. Aluminosilicates with more open three-dimensional structures than the feldspars are called zeolites. The openings in zeolites appear as polyhedral cavities connected by tunnels. Zeolites act as catalysts by absorbing small molecules in their interior cavities and holding them in proximity so that reaction among them occurs sooner.
Other CAS Number 73987-94-7
1344-00-9
69912-79-4
Physical Description Sodium aluminosilicate is a fine white powder. Many ordinary rocks (feldspars) are aluminosilicates. Aluminosilicates with more open three-dimensional structures than the feldspars are called zeolites. The openings in zeolites appear as polyhedral cavities connected by tunnels. Zeolites act as catalysts by absorbing small molecules in their interior cavities and holding them in proximity so that reaction among them occurs sooner.
DryPowder; DryPowder, OtherSolid; OtherSolid; PelletsLargeCrystals
Pictograms Irritant
SMILES [O-][Si](=O)[O-].[O-][Si](=O)[O-].[Na+].[Al+3]
Solubility Insoluble (NTP, 1992)
INSOL IN WATER, ALCOHOL, ORGANIC SOLVENTS; PARTIALLY SOL IN STRONG ACIDS & IN ALKALI HYDROXIDES @ 80-100 °C
Synonyms carnegieite
sasil
PubChem Compound Sodium aluminosilicate
Last Modified Mar 14 2022