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  1. Acacia Gum (Gum Arabic)
  2. Alkanet Root Powder
  3. Allantoin
  4. Aloe Vera Gel (Liquid)
  5. Aloe Vera Juice
  6. Aloe Vera Oil
  7. Aloe Vera Powder - 100X
  8. Aloe Vera Topical Gel
  9. Alpha Lipoic Acid - Powder
  10. Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate
  11. Ammonium Sulfate
  12. Apricot Seed Powder
  13. Arrowroot Powder
  14. Baking Soda - Sodium Bicarbonate
  15. Bamboo Extract - Water Soluble
  16. Barium Carbonate
  17. Basil Powder
  18. Beet Root Powder
  19. Benzoic Acid
  20. Benzoin Powder
  21. Black Walnut Powder
  22. Borax - Anhydrous
  23. Borax - Decahydrate
  24. Borax - Granular
  25. Boraxo - Powdered Soap
  26. Boric Acid - Granular
  27. Boric Acid - Powder
  28. Botanical - Cinnamon Powder
  29. Botanical - Fennel Seed
  30. Botanical - Marjoram
  31. Botanical - Orange Peel Powder
  32. Botanical - Orange Peel Ribbon
  33. Botanical - Rose Buds and Petals
  34. Brown Sugar - Raw Demerara Crystals
  35. BTMS-50 - Incroquat Behenyl
  36. Bubble Bar Hardener
  37. Calamine Powder USP
  38. Calcium Stearate
  39. Candelilla Wax - Flakes
  40. Candy Sprinkles - Carnival Colors
  41. Candy Sprinkles - Chocolate Brown
  42. Carbopol Polymer
  43. Cetearyl Alcohol
  44. Cetyl Alcohol (palmityl)
  45. Citric Acid
  46. Cocamidopropyl Betaine
  47. Corn Starch
  48. Cosmocil CQ
  49. Crafters Choice - Lotion Base Basic
  50. Crafters Choice Lotion Base - Shea Butter & Aloe
  51. Crafters Choice Lotion Goat's Milk & Honey
  52. Cream Base - Luxury Hand and Body
  53. Decyl Glucoside
  54. Dextrose
  55. Diatomaceous Earth
  56. Dimethicone 1000
  57. Emulsifying Wax Pastilles
  58. Epsom Salt (Magnesium Sulfate) - USP
  59. Fels Naptha
  60. Frankincense Granules
  61. Germaben II
  62. Germall Plus Liquid
  63. Glyceryl Stearate
  64. Grapefruit Seed Extract 60/40
  65. Guar Gum
  66. Hibiscus Flowers
  67. Honeyquat
  68. Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein
  69. Jojoba Beads - Green
  70. Jojoba Beads - Purple
  71. Jojoba Beads - Red
  72. Jojoba Beads - White Medium
  73. Jojoba Beads - White Small
  74. Jojoba Esters, 70 (MP70)
  75. Kirk's Body Wash
  76. Lanolin - Anhydrous USP
  77. Lanolin Oil
  78. Lauric Acid
  79. Lecithin - Unbleached Fluid
  80. Lip Balm Base - Natural
  81. Lotion Base – Satin and Silk
  82. Lotion Base with Jojoba
  83. Luffa Powder - Natural
  84. Malic Acid
  85. Menthol Crystals - Large
  86. Menthol Crystals - Medium
  87. Milk Powder - Coconut
  88. Mineral Oil
  89. Nettle Leaf - Botanical
  90. Oat Scrub
  91. Optiphen
  92. Optiphen ND
  93. Oxalic Acid
  94. Palm Kernel Flakes
  95. Petroleum / Petrolatum Jelly - USP
  96. Phenonip
  97. Pink Zote Soap
  98. Polysorbate 20
  99. Polysorbate 60
  100. Polysorbate 80
  101. Polyvinyl Alcohol
  102. Potassium Benzoate
  103. Potassium Carbonate
  104. Potassium Chloride
  105. Potassium Hydroxide Flakes Lye
  106. Potassium Sorbate
  107. Propylene Glycol
  108. Pumice Powder
  109. Rosemary Oleoresin Extract (ROE) 575
  110. Salicylic Acid - USP
  111. SCI Noodle Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate
  112. Seaweed Powder
  113. Shea Oil / Olein
  114. Shower Gel – Crystal Clear
  115. Silk Amino Acid
  116. Silk Peptide
  117. Silk Powder
  118. Soap Flakes
  119. Sodium Acetate - Anhydrous
  120. Sodium Benzoate - Dense
  121. Sodium Bisulfate Anhydrous
  122. Sodium Citrate - Granular
  123. Sodium Coco-Sulfate
  124. Sodium Hexametaphosphate (SHMP)
  125. Sodium Hydroxide Beads Lye
  126. Sodium Hydroxide Flakes Lye
  127. Sodium Lactate 60% (SL)
  128. Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS Liquid)
  129. Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS Powder) - USP
  130. Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate (SLSA)
  131. Sodium Perborate TetraHydrate
  132. Sodium Percarbonate
  133. Sodium Sulfate
  134. Sodium Sulfite
  135. Sodium Thiosulfate Pentahydrate
  136. Sodium Tripolyphosphate Light Density STPP
  137. Sorbic Acid
  138. Sorbitan Stearate
  139. Spirulina Powder
  140. Stearic Acid
  141. Stearyl Alcohol
  142. Talcum Powder (White) Asbestos Free
  143. Titanium Dioxide
  144. Trisodium Phosphate Dodecahydrate
  145. Vanilla Color Stabilizer - CP Soap
  146. Vanilla Color Stabilizer - MP Soap
  147. Vegetable Glycerin
  148. Vitamin B3 - Niacinamide USP
  149. Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)
  150. Vitamin C Ester (Ascorbyl Palmitate)
  151. Vitamin E - Tocopherols Natural
  152. Walnut Shell Powder - Fine
  153. Washing Soda (Soda Ash) - Dense
  154. Washing Soda (Soda Ash) - Light
  155. Willow Bark Extract
  156. Witch Hazel Distillate
  157. Witch Hazel Distillate - Alcohol Free
  158. Xanthan Gum
  159. Yogurt Powder
  160. Zinc Oxide Powder - USP

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Sodium Acetate - Anhydrous

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Sodium Acetate Anhydrous MSDS

Sodium Acetate
Tech Grade

Sodium acetate is used in TANNING to effect a more even and rapid penetration of the tan. In the TEXTILE industry, sodium acetate is considered a dye and color intermediate, with specific use as a mordant in the dyeing process. Because of its ability to remove insoluble calcium salts, sodium acetate is further used by the textile industry to improve the wearing quality of finished fabrics.

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How to make sodium acetate for dry ice

What you need to do is saturate water with sodium acetate at a high temperature. There are 2 ways of getting this.

  1. Heat water to about 60degC, then add sodium acetate until it will no longer dissolve. Pour the liquid into a vessel, making sure you DO NOT transfer any solid into the vessel. Stick the solution into the fridge until it is cooled to fridge temperature, or even room temperature. At this point, the solution is supercooled, and any trigger can induce crystallization.
  2. Make a saturated solution of sodium acetate at room temperature (i.e. add acetate until you are left with an undissolved layer). Heat the solution to 60degC, which causes the remainder to dissolve. Once the solution is completely clear, pour it into a vessel and stick it in the fridge, as in method 1.

Method 1 will give you more crystals when touched, but any solid transferred will ruin the experiment. Method 2 will always work, but generates less crystals.

There are no other specifics. You need to make a supersaturated solution, and can not transfer any solid material from the saturate.

How to Make Hot Ice With Sodium Acetate

Things You'll Need:
  • Sodium acetate
  • Small sauce pan
  • Water
  1. Fill a small sauce pan will water and heat it until it is near boiling. Boiling is too hot, but a small amount of simmering is okay. The main thing is to make the water hot.
  2. Dissolve as much sodium acetate into the water as possible. The more you dissolve into the water, the more dense the crystals will be when they form the hot ice. Keep stirring in as much as possible until you can no longer get the sodium acetate to dissolve in the water. It is important to stir the mixture constantly at this stage.
  3. Know that when the mixture is completely dissolved, pour it into a glass or other container. Make sure to only pour the water with dissolved sodium acetate into the glass. If any sodium acetate remains undissolved, leave it in the bottom of the pan as you pour.
  4. Place the glass in your refrigerator to allow the water to cool.
  5. Be aware that after the mixture has cooled, pour some into a tray, mold or whatever container you wish to hold the hot ice. As you pour it into the tray, note that it remains in liquid form.
  6. Just touching the solution will not instigate the reaction, you must introduce a "seed" crystal. To do this, lightly moisten your fingertip so a couple of dry/un-dissolved crystals will stick there, now you're ready to "touch" the solution. Touch the top of the liquid with the tip of your finger. You do not need to dip your finger or hold it on the liquid. Just a quick tap is all that is needed. Hot ice crystals will instantly form where you touch and will spread through the mixture until every drop of liquid is in a frozen but hot crystalline state. In just one second you will have hot ice.
A great link for a video on making Hot Ice Make Hot Ice Instructions