potassium oxide


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potassium oxide

[pə′tas·ē·əm ′äk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
K2O Gray, water-soluble crystals; melts at red heat; forms potassium hydroxide in water.
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In last melting, potassium oxide (K2O) was totally replaced with sodium oxide (Na2O) (Table 1).
The reaction of the potassium oxide in the slurry and the [SO.
All drill holes intersected consistent phosphate (P2O5) and potassium oxide (K2O) enriched clay weathered kamafugite rocks drilling ceased when intersecting unweathered kamafugite.
When decomposed it becomes potassium oxide, nitrogen gas, and oxygen gas.
20% P-soluble wodzieZadanie 3 - for the supply of 24 tons of manure Korn-kali 40% of potassium oxide K2O soluble in water, 6% magnesium oxide MgO soluble in water, 4% sodium oxide Na 2 O soluble 12% of sulfur trioxide SO3 soluble in water.
The mine is expected to contain proven and probable reserves of 160Mt of final potash product at a grade of 29% potassium chloride and 18% of potassium oxide (K2O).
5% soluble in neutral solutionammonium citrate in water in which 5%soluble phosphorus pentoxidewater-solubleK2O 26% potassium oxide, water-soluble potassium9% SO3 sulfur trioxideAdditionally, it contains trace elements zinc, copper, manganese, boron and molybdenum