Soda Ash

Soda ash, in another word, sodium carbonate (Na2CO3), is an alkaline and inorganic compound which could be refined from the mineral trona or naturally occurring sodium carbonate-bearing brines (both referred to as natural soda ash), the mineral nahcolite (referred to as natural sodium bicarbonate, from which soda ash can be produced), or manufactured from different chemical processes. It is a weak base that is soluble in water and dissociates into sodium (Na) and carbonate (CO3) ions in solution and has several applications in different industries.
According to the specifications, this product has two different grades of light and dense where sodium carbonate without crystal water is called soda ash light (white fine particles) and sodium carbonate with crystalline water is soda ash dense (white crystal powder).

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