Sodium chloride is an important matrix for maintaining the capacity of extracellular fluid, and also has a certain regulatory effect on the acid-base balance of body fluids. It is also one of the important factors in maintaining neuromuscular stress.
Sodium chloride is an important regulator of electrolyte balance in body fluids. The average amount of total sodium in the normal human body is 150g, of which 44% is present in the extracellular fluid in the form of sodium chloride and about 9% is present in the cell. The constant osmotic pressure in the body is necessary to maintain life, and sodium ions in the extracellular fluid account for 90% of the cation content. Therefore, sodium is an important component in maintaining osmotic pressure and capacity of extracellular fluid. The concentration of sodium chloride in the blood is often maintained at the level of 0.6%, which is necessary to maintain cell excitability and neuromuscular stress. If a large amount of sodium is lost in the body, it can cause hyponatremia syndrome.
|Appearance||A white crystalline powder||Conform|
|Loss on drying||≤0.5%||0.2%|
|Assay||99.0% - 100.5%||99.9%|
|Appearance:||A white crystalline powder|
|Purity:||99.0% - 100.5%|
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