Dissolvine® 100-S is described as a versatile sequestering agent that forms stable, water-soluble chelates with polyvalent metal ions over a wide pH range. Its high purity makes it suitable for various applications, including detergents, disinfectants, and cleaners in both home care and industrial settings.

INCI Name: Disodium EDTA

Chemical Name: Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid, Disodium, Dihydrate

CAS Number: 6381-92-6

Synonyms: Disodium (Ethylenedinitrilo)Tetraacetate Dihydrate, Disodium Edetate Dihydrate, Disodium Edta Dihydrate, Edetate Disodium, EDTA Disodium Dihydrate, EDTA Disodium Salt Dihydrate

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Identification & Functionality

Features & Benefits

HII Features
Product Features
  • Inherently biodegradable.
  • Rapid biodegradation can be obtained under slightly alkaline conditions.

Applications & Uses

Properties

Appearance
Clear liquid
Miscible in
Water
Environmental Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Chemical Oxygen Demandapprox. 260mg/g-
Characteristics
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Molecular Weight380.2--
Crystallization Pointmax. -15°C-
Specifications
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Assaymin. 38.2%Fe-Sequestering Capacity
Colormax. 150-APHA
Densityapprox. 1280kg/m³-
NTA-Na₃ Contentmax. 0.1%-
pH (at 1% w/v Aqueous dilution)11 - 11.8--
Theoretical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Sequestering Values (Calcium ion, at pH 5 - 14)approx. 40mg metal/g-
Sequestering Values (Copper ion, at pH 2-14)approx. 65mg metal/g-
Sequestering Values (Ferric ion, at pH 1-10)approx. 60mg metal/g-
Sequestering Values (Magnesium ion, at pH 6-11)approx. 25mg metal/g-
Sequestering Values (Manganese ion, at pH 5-13)approx. 60mg metal/g-
Sequestering Values (Zinc ion, at pH 2-13)approx. 70mg metal/g-

Regulatory & Compliance

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Storage & Handling

Storage Information
  • Store in original packing or in PVC, PP, PE, stainless steel or bituminized tanks.
  • Avoid contact with aluminum, zinc, nickel, copper and copper alloys.
  • It is advised to re-test the material after three years of storage.