Sodium Sulfide

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Infobox on Sodium Sulfide
Example of Sodium Sulfide
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Sodium Sulfide


Sodium sulphide monohydrate - colourless, deliquescent crystalline masses.
Sodium sulphide anhydrous - white powder or small crystal.

General Sodium sulphide monohydrate - colorless, deliquescent crystalline masses which become yellow or grey on storage. Reaction with acids liberates hydrogen sulphide. Small lumps are liable to spontaneous heating on exposure to air.

Sodium sulphide anhydrous - white powder or small crystals. Stable, soluble in water, forming an alkaline solution.

Reference is made to the relevant IMO regulations on hazardous cargo.

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