General Product Description:
The manufacturing of Bio Excipient Grade Sodium Hydroxide NAHY-3150 is performed at BioSpectra’s Bangor, PA, US FDA registered, GMP facility and is conducted in a dedicated processing area using only dedicated equipment.
- Molecular Formula: NaOH
- Molecular Weight: 40.00 g/mol
- CAS #: 1310-73-2
- Sodium Hydroxide 0.5N solution is a clear, colorless liquid.
- There are no known major food allergens (as defined by FDA and WHO) in the manufacture of this product.
- BioSpectra certifies that all Sodium Hydroxide 0.5N solution,
NAHY-3150 manufactured at BioSpectra and its raw materials are not derived from or come in contact with animal parts, products and/or byproducts.
- Sodium Hydroxide 0.5N solution manufactured at BioSpectra and any raw materials used in the manufacture of Sodium Hydroxide 0.5N solution at BioSpectra are not subject to genetic modification.
Stability and Reactivity:
Chemical Stability: Stable.
Possibility of Hazardous Reactions: Will not occur.
Incompatible Materials: Acids, organic materials, chlorinated solvents, aluminum, phosphorus, zinc, tin.
Hazardous Decomposition Products: Sodium oxides.
Physical and Chemical Properties:
Appearance: Colorless liquid.
Odor threshold: Not Available.
Boiling range: 100°C to 140°C
Flash Point: Not flammable.
Density: 1.020 g/cm3 at 20°C
Solubility: Soluble in water.
Bio Excipient Grade Sodium Hydroxide Solution 0.5N, NAHY-3150 is suitable for use as an excipient. It is manufactured in accordance with the ICH-Q7 Good Manufacturing Practice Guide. This grade of Sodium Hydroxide Solution 0.5N is not suitable to be used as an Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient, Drug Product or Household Item.
The recommended retest period for Sodium Hydroxide 0.5N solution is two years from the date of manufacture.
Storage and Shipping Conditions:
Ship and Store in ambient temperature, there is no impact to the product within ambient conditions of 10-40°C. Store in a clean and dry area. Store in the original container. Material will freeze at slightly lower temperatures. Keep above 16°C to prevent freezing. Warming the product will allow for full dissolution of material.
Hazard Pictogram (GHS & CLP)
Signal Word (GHS & CLP): Danger
Hazard Statements (GHS & CLP)
H290 - May be corrosive to metals.
H314 - Causes severe skin burns and eye damage.
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