the common name for sodium carbonate, Na CO a chemical compound used sometimes used in soap and detergents to neutralize acid water.
(also Sodium carbonate) A white powder to raise pH of the water.
A white material made from the mineral called sodium. Soda ash is used to make glass.
Used for stabilising water for distribution.
sodium carbonate. The chemical used to raise the pH of water. Neutralizes acid. Not the same chemical as sodium bicarbonate, sodium hydrogen carbonate or baking soda
A chemical, Sodium Carbonate, which rises total alkalinity and has little effect on pH.
a sodium salt of carbonic acid; used in making soap powders and glass and paper
Common term for sodium carbonate which is used to raise pH of spa water.
Crude, anhydrous sodium carbonate. Also known as Solvay soda; washing soda; soda. A white or transparent, odorless, crystalline powder with a salty, bitter taste. Shipped in 25-pound, 50-pound, and 100-pound bags; 275-pound and 400-pound drums; or bulk. An industrial chemical used in manufacturing sodium bicarbonate; sodium nitrate; glass; ceramics; water softening agents; detergents; and soaps. An alkaline material commonly used in the production of heroin base.
Sodium Carbonate; a chemical used to raise total alkalinity in pool and spa water with only a slight affect on the pH.
Sodium carbonate; Used to raise the pH of pool water.
Chemical name: Hydrated sodium carbonate Chemical formula: Na2CO3 10H2O See also: Chemical Table.
Sodium Carbonate. Use as an alkali fixative for reactive dyes. Generally replaced by PRO Dye Activator.
See sodium carbonate.
base, used to counteract an acidic condition by raising pH.
a product used to RAISE the pH of the water.
Sodium carbonate (Na2CO3), an alkaline compound.
(Sodium Carbonate) - A chemical used to raise pH in pool and spa water..
The common name for sodium carbonate, a chemical compound used in the lime soda ash water conditioning process.
the common name for sodium carbonate, Na2CO3, a chemical compound used as an alkalinity builder in some soap and detergent formulations to neutralize acid water, and in the lime-soda water treatment process.
A substance used to raise pH and total alkalinity. It is not recommended for use in spas.
Chemically, Sodium Carbonate. A base that is used to raise the pH of acidic (below pH 7.0) water.
A chemical, Sodium Carbonate, that raises pH.
(Na2CO3) A common water treatment chemical, sodium carbonate, which is used for pH modification, as an alkaline builder in some soaps and detergents, and in the lime-soda ash water softening process.