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Popular Potassium Carbonate Crystals , Industrial Bulk Potassium Carbonate

Popular Potassium Carbonate Crystals , Industrial Bulk Potassium Carbonate

    • Popular Potassium Carbonate Crystals , Industrial Bulk Potassium Carbonate
    • Popular Potassium Carbonate Crystals , Industrial Bulk Potassium Carbonate
  • Popular Potassium Carbonate Crystals , Industrial Bulk Potassium Carbonate

    Product Details:

    Place of Origin: CHINA
    Brand Name: YX
    Model Number: YX-K

    Payment & Shipping Terms:

    Minimum Order Quantity: 20 MTS
    Price: USD 900-1200 per ton
    Packaging Details: 25/50KG plastic bag,or customized
    Delivery Time: 5-10days
    Payment Terms: L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram
    Supply Ability: 1000 tons per month
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    Detailed Product Description
    Name: Best Supplier Of Potassium Carbonate For Industry From China Molecular Formula: K2CO3
    CAS Number: 584-08-7 HS Code: 2836400000
    EINECS: 209-529-3 Molecualr Weight:: 138.21
    Apprance: White Powder Or Granule Density: 2.43 G/cm3
    Melting Point: 891 °C Solubility: 3.11 G/100 ML (25 °C)
    Other Name: Carbonate Of Potash, Dipotassium Carbonate, Grade: Food Grade & Industrial Grade

     
    Product Name: best supplier of potassium carbonate for industry
     
    Molecular formula: K2CO3
     
    Molecular weight: 138.2
     
    CAS NO.: 584-08-7
     
    HS CODE: 28364000
     
    Potassium carbonate (K2CO3) is a white salt, soluble in water (insoluble in
    ethanol) which forms a strongly alkaline solution. It can be made as the product
    of potassium hydroxide's absorbent reaction with carbon dioxide. It is
    deliquescent, often appearing a damp or wet solid. Potassium carbonate is used
    in the production of soap and glass.
     

     

     

    Specification: Industrial Grade ( GB/T 1587-2000 )

     

     

     

     

    INSPECT ION

     

    ITEM

     

    UNIT FINE GRADE TV GLASS GRADE FIRST GRADE REGULAR GRADE

     

    Purity(as K2CO3)

     

    % 99.0 99.0 98.5 96.0

     

    Chloride(as KCl)

     

    % 0.01 0.03 0.10 0.20

     

    Sulphate(as

     

    K2SO4)

     

    % 0.01 0.04 0.10 0.15

     

    Iron

     

    % 0.001 0.001 0.003 0.010

     

    Insoluble matter in water

     

    % 0.02 0.04 0.05 0.10

     

    Burnt loss

     

    % 0.6 0.8 1.00 1.00

     

     

     

    Specification: Food Grade (HG2452-93)

     

     

    INSPECT ION ITEM

     

    UNIT STANDARD

     

    Purity(as K2CO3)

     

    % 99.0

     

    Chloride(as KCl )

     

    % 0.01

     

    Sulphate (as K2SO4)

     

    % 0.01

     

    Iron

     

    % 0.001

     

    Insoluble matter in water

     

    % 0.02

     

    Burnt loss

     

    % 0.6

     

    Arsenic

     

    % 0.0003

     

    Heavy Metal(as Pb)

     

    % 0.002

     

    Applications

     

    •  for soap, glass, and china production
    •  
    • as a mild drying agent where other drying agents, such as calcium
    •  
    • chloride and magnesium sulfate, may be incompatible. It is not suitable
    •  
    • for acidic compounds, but can be useful for drying an organic phase if
    •  
    • one has a small amount of acidic impurity. It may also be used to dry
    •  
    • some ketones, alcohols, and amines prior to distillation.
    •  
    • in cuisine, where it has many traditional uses. It is an ingredient in the
    •  
    • production of grass jelly, a food consumed in Chinese and Southeast
    •  
    • Asian cuisines, as well as Chinese noodles and moon cake. It is used to
    •  
    • tenderize tripe. German gingerbread recipes often use potassium
    •  
    • carbonate as a baking agent, although in combination with hartshorn. It is
    •  
    • however important that the right quantities are used to prevent harm, and
    •  
    • cooks should not use it without guidance.
    •  
    • in the production of cocoa powder to balance the pH (i.e., reduce the
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    • acidity) of natural cocoa beans; it also enhances aroma. The process of
    •  
    • adding potassium carbonate to cocoa powder is usually called "Dutching"
    •  
    • (and the products referred to as Dutch-processed cocoa powder), as the
    •  
    • process was first developed in 1828 by Coenrad Johannes van Houten, a
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    • Dutchman.
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    • as a buffering agent in the production of mead or wine.
    •  
    • in antique documents, it is reported to have been used to soften hard
    •  
    • water.
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    • as a fire suppressant in extinguishing deep-fat fryers and various other B
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    • class-related fires.
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    • in condensed aerosol fire suppression, although as the byproduct of
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    • potassium nitrate.
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    • as an ingredient in welding fluxes, and in the flux coating on arc-welding
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    • rods.
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    • as an aid to stability in neurons helping to maintain equilibrium.
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    • as an animal feed ingredient to satisfy the potassium requirements of
    •  
    • farmed animals such as broiler breeders.

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