Preparation of sodium dithionite dihydrate
10 g of zinc (a grade of at least 100 mesh should be used; zinc “dust” is not suitable because of its high content of oxide) are employed in 100ml of water. Sulfur dioxide is passed in at 0°C until all the zinc has dissolved. The reddish solution is filtered under inert atmosphere, and 75g of sodium acetate 3-hydrate are dissolved in the cold filtrate. The reaction mixture is stored in the refrigerator under nitrogen in a tightly stoppered bottle. Crystallization is aided by shaking and is complete after about 3 days. The crystalline product is filtered by suction under nitrogen and drained well. It is then washed thoroughly with 150ml of warm (50°C) absolute alcohol, dried, and stored in tightly stoppered bottles under an indifferent atmosphere. Yield about 25g.
Inorganic laboratory preparations, by G. G. Schlessinger, 73, 1962
Dithionite, Dithionite, Sodium, Hyposulfite, Sodium Dithionite
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