Sodium Molybdate is an odorless compound with a small white scales and flakes appearance that has a melting point of approx. 687Â°C (1269Â°F). Available with a specific gravity of 3.28 @ 18Â°C (64.4Â°F), it emits toxic metal fumes when heated to be decomposed. Soluble in 84 g/100 g water @ 100Â°C (212Â°F), sodium molybdate should be preserved to avoid moisture, heat, flames, ignition sources, and incompatibles. Sodium Molybdate acts as an excellent inhibitor & is extensively used as :
* Co-inhibitor for both open & closed system.
* Production of molybdate toners & colours
* Die & Pigment production
* Metal Furnishing