potassium carbonate


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potassium carbonate

n.
A white, deliquescent, granular powder, K2CO3, used in making glass, enamels, and soaps. Also called potash.

potassium carbonate

n
(Elements & Compounds) a white odourless substance used in making glass and soft soap and as an alkaline cleansing agent. Formula: K2CO3

potas′sium car′bonate


n.
a white, granular, water-soluble powder, K2CO3, used chiefly in the manufacture of soap, glass, and potassium salts.
[1880–85]
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Noun1.potassium carbonate - a white salt (K2CO3) that is basic in solution; used to make glass and cleansing agents
carbonate - a salt or ester of carbonic acid (containing the anion CO3)
pearl ash - an impure form of potassium carbonate
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*The market has been segregated based on the end-use into potassium carbonate, potassium phosphate, potassium soaps and detergents, liquid fertilizers, agricultural chemicals and others.
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Stephen Cannon was dubbed the Bomber of Barbuachlaw Avenue after making an arsenal from fireworks and potassium carbonate. The 39-year-old filmed himself blowing up makeshift bombs in woods to test their effectiveness.
Although other fluids such as potassium carbonate and industrial methylated spirit solution have been used in the past, most modern systems now use propylene glycol as the coolant.
On this purpose potassium carbonate [18, 19] was identified as a suitable catalyst and produced average to good results for the nitroaldol reaction (Table 3) and good to excellent results for the Michael addition (Table 4).
Additionally, according to the BOE, several raw materials that "become a component part of the finished product" are also not subject to tax, and these include oak chips or particles, sulfur dioxide, tartaric acid, potassium meta-bi-sulfite, nitrogen gas, potassium carbonate and several others.
Evonik will take the new plant's potassium hydroxide solution for commercialization and processing at its own site in Liilsdorf, which is where it processes potassium hydroxide solution into various products, including potassium carbonate (potash).
Abstract: Low solubility poly carbonyl urea has been successfully synthesized by the reaction of urea with methyl carbamate (MC) under the conditions of potassium carbonate as an initiator.
This solution reacts with the C[O.sub.2] to form potassium carbonate ([K.sub.2]C[O.sub.3]), which is dissolved in water.
Four tenders for the supply of (a) different commercial chemicals (5 tons potassium carbonate, 5 tons citric acid, also 2 tons potassium hydroxide), (b) other different chemicals (2 tons nitric acid, 0.5 tons humic acid, one ton ascorbic acid, one ton special calcium & 5 Kg sacsonic acid), (c) 6,000 twenty liters jericans duly printed and other 5,000 twenty liters jericans plain, 3,000 10 liters jericans plain, 50,000 two liters jericans duly printed, also 50,000 one liter jerican plain, also (d) chemicals for the Nima Plus Factory.

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