SODIUM HYDROXIDE

CAUSTIC SODA; CAUSTIC SODA; SODIUM HYDROXIDE; SODIUM HYDROXIDE; SODIUM HYDRATE; SODIUM HYDROXIDE (NA (OH) ) ; SODIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION; CAUSTIC SODA; HYDROXYDE DE SODIUM (FRENCH) ; LEWIS-RED DEVIL LYE; NATRIUMHYDROXID (GERMAN) ; NATRIUMHYDROXYDE (DUTCH) ; SODA LYE

Descrizione

Idrossido di sodio è una base inorganica altamente caustica e reattiva.

Utilizzo

denaturante; Regolatore pH;

Effetti indesiderati

componente allo stato puro è altamente corrosivo. in cosmesi, v'è, tuttavia, concentrazioni più basse è quindi al sicuro. nelle persone con le carnagioni sensibili può provocare una leggera irritazione.

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