caustic potash


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caustic potash:

see potassium hydroxidepotassium hydroxide,
chemical compound with formula KOH. Pure potassium hydroxide forms white, deliquescent crystals. For commercial and laboratory use it is usually in the form of white pellets.
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caustic potash

[′kȯ·stik ′päd‚ash]
(inorganic chemistry)
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Table 34: US Historic Review for Consumption of Industrial & Caustic Potash by End Use Applications - Fertilizers, Computer & TV Monitors, Food & Pharmaceuticals, Crystal & Ceramics, Soap, and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Consumption Figures in Thousand Tons for Years 1991 through 2000 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-5
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Caustic Potash Ioc St No 5004 To Asaoti Taloja And Chennai
Stolt Puffin, a chemical tanker carrying caustic potash liquor from Belgium.
However, corrosive chemicals, such as sulphuric acid, caustic potash solution or hydrofluoric acid, can also be conducted without any problems.
Chlor alkalis (caustic soda or sodium hydroxide, sodium hypochlorite, caustic potash, potassium hydroxide) -Acids (nitric acid, phosphoric acid) -Chelating agents -Surfactants -Solvents -Phosphates -Biocides -Industrial and institutional cleaning chemicals are mainly sold on a business-to-business or business-to-government basis.
com/research/9dk6vx/industrial_and) has announced the addition of the "Industrial and Caustic Potash - Global Business Strategic Report" report to their offering.
The youngster underwent emergency surgery in hospital and had to have part of his stomach and his gullet removed because they had been badly burned by the caustic potash in the plant food.
ORDINARY soap is made by mixing some animal and vegetable fats with caustic soda (for hard soap) or caustic potash (soft soap).
The term "alkaline builders" covers a broad group of chemicals: caustic soda (NaOH), caustic potash (KOH), phosphates, silicates, and carbonates.
The acquisition of PPC, one of the largest producers of organic and inorganic brominated compounds, which also operates an electrolysis unit to produce caustic potash and potassium carbonate used in the chemical industry, will complement Ethyl's global position in performance chemicals and will strengthen both companies' positions in bromine derivatives.
The new system is expected to have an annual nominal capacity of about 130,000 tons for caustic potash solution and about 82,000 tons for chlorine.
Stolt Razorbill, a chemical tanker carrying caustic potash liquor from Antwerp and operated by Cory Bros Shipping.