Step 1: What Is Sodium Polyacrylate?

A polymer found frequently in daily life. Sodium polyacrylate is the absorbent material found in baby diapers, artificial decorative snow, and detergents. They polymer structure is made up of one molecule of oxygen, one molecule of sodium oxide, a carbon base, and three hydrogen molecules.
<p>sodium polyacrylate can be also used in water rataining gel to help plants grow well. you can see that from this web: www.socochem.com</p>
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