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Potassium Carbonatec

Potassium Carbonatec
CHEMICAL NAME : Potassium Carbonate
PRODUCT GROUP : Caustic Potash Group
HSN CODE : 28364000

At Ideal Chemicals, we market premium quality product - Potassium Carbonate (PCN), which is manufactured by our principal using the technology of Bertrams, Switzerland.

Potassium Carbonate is a white solid salt that forms a strong alkaline solution. It is highly soluble in water but insoluble in alcohols. Commercially, potassium carbonate is prepared by the electrolysis of potassium chloride. It is deliquescent substance often appearing as a damp or wet solid. It is widely used in the production of soap and glass.
Potassium Carbonate is widely used in :
Production of soap, glass and china
Manufacturing TV picture tubes
Fertilizer & Pesticides production
Dyes and Potassium based chemicals
GLS lamps and ophthalmic glass
Rubber Chemicals

Potassium Carbonate is used as a mild drying agent in laboratory processes and as an electrolyte in cold fusion experiments.

White, Deliquesent inorganic compound
Melting Point 891oC and specific gravity of 2.428 at 19oC
Soluble in water and insoluble in Alcohol
Available in Granules and powder form
Our principal manufacturer guarantees minimum 99% purity.
Chemically stable potassium carbonate.
Manufactured from Caustic Potash Lye using Membrane Cell Technology.
Mercury Free.
Our Principal generally provides COA (Certificate of Analysis) at the time of dispatch from their respective locations. .
Our Principal manufacturer is equipped with QC department that has latest instruments to conduct and analyze special quality checks upon request.
No Characteristic Specifications
1 Assay as K2CO3 (on dry basis) % 99.00 min.
2 Free Alkali as KOH % 00.20 max.
3 Bi Carbonate as KHCO3 % 00.40 max.
4 Chlorides (as KCL) ppm 150.00 max.
5 Iron (as Fe+++) ppm 10.00 max.
Potassium Carbonate is hygroscopic in nature. Thereby, its container should be tightly closed and kept in a cool, dry place.
T25/50 kg HDPE bags with inner HM-HDPE lining
Decomposes when heated by emission of toxic fumes.