sodium methylate

noun Chemistry.
a white, free-flowing, flammable powder, CH 3 ONa, decomposed by water to sodium hydroxide and methyl alcohol: used chiefly in organic synthesis.
Also called sodium methoxide. Unabridged
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Methanol, not water, is fed to the decomposer to produce sodium methylate.
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