Sodium percarbonate is a crystalline, hygroscopic, and a water-soluble solid, which appears a colourless compound. It is often abbreviated as SPC. It is composed of about 32.5% by weight of hydrogen peroxide. The molecular weight of sodium percarbonate is about 314.02 g/mol. Other names for sodium percarbonate include oxyper, perdox, sodium carbonate peroxide, and FB sodium percarbonate. Sodium percarbonate is an adduct of hydrogen peroxide and sodium carbonate. It is an oxidising agent that is utilised as additive in synthetic detergent as well as a cleaning agent for daily use. It is utilised as a bleaching agent in the papermaking industry as well. It is utilised as bleaching, dyeing, and a finishing agent in the textile industry. It also finds applications as a sterilising agent. In laboratory applications, it is used as a source of anhydrous hydrogen peroxide.
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