sodium antimonate

sodium antimonate

[′sōd·ē·əm an′tim·ə‚nāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
NaSbO3 A white, granular powder, used as an enamel opacifier and high-temperature oxidizing agent. Also known as antimony sodiate.
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Thermoguard FR sodium antimonate has a basic p1-1 and is used as a synergist in acid-sensitive polymers like PET, PBT, and PC.
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Thermoguard FR sodium antimonate has a basic pH and is used as a synergist in acid-sensitive polymers like PET, PBT, and PC.