Oxalic acid dihydrate

Oxalic acid is a metabolite of organisms, widely distributed in plants, animals and fungi, and plays different functions in different living organisms. The study found that more than 100 kinds of plants are rich in oxalic acid, especially in spinach, leeks, beets, purslane, taro, sweet potato and rhubarb. Because oxalic acid can reduce the bioavailability of mineral elements, it is easy to be calcium in human body. Ionic formation of calcium oxalate leads to kidney stones, so oxalic acid is often considered to be an antagonist of mineral element absorption and utilization.


More About Oxalic acid dihydrate:

CAS NO: 6153-56-6

Molecular formula: C2H6O6

Appearance: White powder

Purity: ≥99.6%

EINECS: 612-167-2

Molecular weight: 126.07




Test ItemStandard
AppearanceWhite powder
Fe0.0012% Max.
Ca0.0012% Max.


Use Of MgH2:

Metallurgical industry, organic synthesis, printing and dyeing industry, pharmaceutical industry, other aspects





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