WHAT IS SODIUM MOLYBDATE?
There are two main forms of Sodium Molybdate. Sodium Molybdate, Dihydrate is a crystalline powder. It loses its water of crystallization at 100 degrees Celsius. It is known to be less toxic than the other corresponding compounds of group 6B elements in the periodic table. Sodium Molybdate, Dihydrate is used in the manufacturing of inorganic and organic pigments, as a corrosion inhibitor, as a bath additive for finishing metals finishing, as a reagent for alkaloids, and as an essential micronutrient for plants and animals.