Sodium allylsulfonate

Short Description:

  • Chemical Name:Sodium allylsulfonate
  • CAS No.:2495-39-8
  • Molecular Formula:C3H5NaO3S
  • Molecular Weight:144.127
  • Hs Code.:29041000
  • Mol file:2495-39-8.mol

Product Detail

Product Tags

Sodium allylsulfonate 2495-39-8

Synonyms:2-Propene-1-sulfonicacid, sodium salt (8CI,9CI);Allylsulfonic acid, sodium salt;Sodium1-propene-3-sulfonate;Sodium 2-propene-1-sulfonate;Sodium Allyl Sulphonate;

Chemical Property of Sodium Allylsulfonate

● Appearance/Colour:solid
● Vapor Pressure:0Pa at 25℃
● Melting Point:0oC
● Flash Point:144.124oC
● PSA65.58000
● Density:1.206 g/cm3
● LogP:0.79840

● Storage Temp.:-70°C
● Water Solubility.:4 g/100 mL

Safty Information

● Pictogram(s):XiXi,NN
● Hazard Codes:Xi,N
● Statements:36/37/38-50/53-41
● Safety Statements:24/25-61-60-39-26


Uses:Sodium allyl sulfonate is used as a basic brightener in nickel electroplating baths. It is also used as pharmaceutical intermediates. Sodium Allylsulfonate is used as a brightener for nickel electroplating as well as in the dyeing of acryilic fibers.

Detailed Introduction

Sodium allylsulfonate, also known as allyl sulfonic acid sodium salt, is a compound that belongs to the class of sulfonic acids. It is a white crystalline powder or granules with a molecular formula of C3H5SO3Na.
Sodium allylsulfonate is primarily used as a monomer in the production of various polymers and copolymers. It is a versatile monomer that can undergo polymerization reactions to form polymers with desirable properties such as high water solubility, heat resistance, and chemical stability.


These polymers find applications in various industries, including textile, paper, water treatment, and personal care.
In the textile industry, sodium allylsulfonate-based polymers are used as dye-fixing agents to enhance color fastness of fabrics.
In the paper industry, it is employed as a wet-strength additive to improve the durability of paper products.
Water treatment processes utilize sodium allylsulfonate polymers as scale and corrosion inhibitors in boilers and cooling systems.
In personal care products, it can be found in items such as shampoos, conditioners, and hair styling products, where it acts as a conditioning agent.
Sodium allylsulfonate is generally considered safe when used within the recommended concentrations and under appropriate conditions. However, as with any chemical, it is important to handle it with caution and follow proper safety protocols when working with it. This includes wearing appropriate protective equipment, ensuring adequate ventilation, and carefully following handling and storage guidelines provided by the manufacturer.
In summary, sodium allylsulfonate is an important monomer used in the production of polymers and copolymers with various applications in industries such as textiles, papers, water treatment, and personal care.

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