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PCH-1110-0009 The enclosed table and diagram give an indication about the solubility of sodium carbonate in liquid caustic soda. The solubility of sodium carbonate in liquid caustic soda is not only influenced by the temperature and the concentration of sodium hydroxide but also by the formation of different crystals i.e. sodium hydroxide, sodium hydrogen carbonate and sodium carbonate crystals.

NaOH – Na2CO3 - H2O System (double points ) Temperature, °C 0 15 20 25 30 32 0 15 20 25 30 35 35,37 15 20 25 30 35 45 60 70 80 90 107,5 g NaOH / kg 223 170 134 93 35 0 240 194 162 127 79 6 0 470 450 433 415 400 380 340 303 255 195 0 g Na2CO3 / kg 31 89 124 180 267 315 37 79 111 154 219 320 332 0,3 0,6 0,9 1,3 1,9 3,5 7 14 36 69 305
References : - ICI – R.58/17/50, R.45/21/19, Y.58/38/1 - Phil. Trans., 1922, vol. A. 223, p.35 - J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1932 vol. 54, p. 928, 1936, vol. 58, p. 843

Solid Phase

Na2CO3.10H2O + Na2CO3.7H2O

Na2CO3.7H2O + Na2CO3.H2O

Na2CO3.H2O + Na2CO3

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LIQUID CAUSTIC SODA

LIQUID CAUSTIC SODA - SODIUM CARBONATE SOLUBILITY

Product Characteristics

NaOH – Na2CO3 - H2O System
C: Concentration, g NaOH/kg 16

C = 300 14

12

(Approximative) Solubility, g Na2CO3 / kg

C = 350 10

8

Na2CO3.H2O

Na2CO3

6

C = 400 4 C = 450 C = 500 2

0 0 20 40 Temperature, °C 60 80 100

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