Wholesale Price Sodium Isopropyl Xanthate China Manufacturer

Active Component: ≥90%
Appearance: Yellow or grey white
Free Alkali: ≤0.2%
Payment Terms: TT , LC , Others
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Sodium Isopropyl Xanthate     SIPX 

    MF                               C4H7NaOS2

Physical 

Sodium Isopropyl Xanthate(SIPX)is Pale yellow or yellow free flowing powder or pellet with strong odour,soluble in water,decomposing easily when meeting acid and heat.


Dry Pellet

Compound Pellet

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Grade

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Grade

Appearance

Yellow or grey white

Appearance

Yellow or grey white

Active Component

≥90%

Active Component

≥85%

Free Alkali

≤0.2%

Free Alkali

≤0.5%

Moisture&Volatile

≤4.0%

Moisture&Volatile

≤10.0%

Solubility

Soluble in water

With no impurity

Solubility

Soluble in water

With no impurity


Application 

Sodium Isopropyl Xanthate(SIPX)is a most powerful collector of Xanthate, widely used in the flotation treatment of sulfide ores, especially for the flotation treatment of Cu-Ni compound sulfide ore as well as gold mine associated with pyrite.

Packaging 

110kg or 160kg/iron drum;or 50kg net bag;or 850kg net plywood box(with 25kg or 50kg inner bag).

Storage 

Xanthate should be Kept stored in cool and dry environment.

Notice 

Keep away from wet, fire and sunshine. To avoid decomposing, don’t be used in acid circumstance. When opening the bag, keep away from any warm object. Wear ocular and anti-toxin respirator to protect your skin, eye and nonnasality. In case of contact, wash immediately with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes.



Sodium isopropyl xanthate is one of several different types of xanthate compounds used in mineral processing. The general formula is rocs2 (Na, K), where "R" is the hydrocarbon chain. The hydrocarbon chain can be ethyl, amyl, isobutyl or isopropyl. The first two reactions take place in acidic solutions. Ultrasonic catalytic degradation of sodium isopropyl xanthate in aqueous solution in the presence of nano chalcocite: progress in degradation mechanism and phytotoxicity effects. Highlights as below:

Green production of Cu2S NPs using a high energy planetary ball milling process.

Investigating the degradation of SIPX by a Cu2S NPs catalyzed sonolysis process.

Proposing degradation mechanism via studying the role of various scavenging compounds.

Introducing US/Cu2S/S2O82− as a rapid sonocatalytic system.


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