Potassium bicarbonate CasNo.: 584-08-7 is a white solid and belongs to an inorganic compound. The natural mineral is called potassium bicarbonate. The ashes (commonly known as plant ash) from the burning of plants can be dissolved in water and introduced into carbon dioxide to form a potassium bicarbonate solution. The solution is weakly alkaline.
Potassium carbonate CasNo.: 584-08-7 is not only used as an acidifier, but also as a raw material for manufacturing electronic tubes, television picture tubes, and computer monitors.
Used in optical glass to improve transparency, strength and refractive index.
It can also be used in welding rods to avoid arc rupture during welding.
Used in the production of food additives, such as potassium sorbate, potassium dihydrogen phosphate, etc.
Q: How to Get Sample? A: Sample within 500g could be sent for free once buyer’s DHL account is advised for freight collect or courier cost is paid. The courier cost could be deducted when bulk order is placed.
Q: What is Lead Time? A: Generally, cargo could be loaded on ship in about two weeks after the date of receiving prepayment or L/C. Sometimes one week earlier or later.
Q: What’s the bulk Packing? A: 25kg/bag
Q: How About the Potassium Carbonate of ZXCHEM? A: Potassium Carbonate, also known as potash or pearl ash, has a wide range of applications in various industries. Here are some common uses of Potassium Carbonate:
Food Industry: It is used as a food additive and a leavening agent in the production of certain baked goods like gingerbread, flatbreads, and some Chinese mooncakes.
Glass Manufacturing: Potassium Carbonate is utilized in the production of specialty glasses and glassware to improve the clarity and stability of the glass.
Soap and Detergent Industry: It is used as a key ingredient in the production of liquid soaps, dishwashing detergents, and other cleaning products due to its excellent cleaning properties.
Fertilizer: Potassium Carbonate is used as a source of potassium in some agricultural fertilizers to enhance plant growth and improve crop yield.
Pharmaceuticals: It is employed in certain pharmaceutical formulations as a buffering agent and for neutralizing acidic substances.
Fire Extinguishers: Potassium Carbonate is used in some types of fire extinguishers due to its ability to smother and cool down flames effectively.
Photography: It is used in some photographic developing processes as a neutralizing agent.
Chemistry and Laboratory: Potassium Carbonate is used in various chemical reactions and laboratory experiments as a reagent or a neutralizing agent.
Textile Industry: It is used in some dyeing processes to enhance the color intensity of certain dyes.