Potassium Carbonate is widely used for the production of glass and soap. It is also used as a drying agent which is mild in nature. Many wine production processes involve the use of this compound as a buffering agent. Potassium carbonate is also used as a fire suppressant.
Properties of Potassium Carbonate- K2CO3
|Molecular weight/molar mass of K2CO3||138.205 g/mol|
|Density of Potassium carbonate||2.43 g/cm3|
|Boiling Point of Potassium carbonate||Decomposes|
|Melting Point of Potassium carbonate||891 °C|
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