strontium hydroxide


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strontium hydroxide

[′strän·tē·əm hī′dräk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
Sr(OH)2 Colorless deliquescent crystals that absorb carbon dioxide from air, soluble in hot water and acids, melts at 375°C; used by the sugar industry, in lubricants and soaps, and as a plastic stabilizer. Also known as strontium hydrate.
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Strontium titanate powders were synthesized via hydrothermal route [21] using strontium hydroxide (99%, Alfa Aesar) and titanium tetrachloride (99.9%, Fisher Scientific) as precursor materials.
Lithium hydroxide and strontium hydroxide behaved like sodium hydroxide.
One study consulted with a manufacture of pyrotechnic products and determined that the smoke created after combustion of their products could contain a mixture of particulates composed of Aluminum Dioxide, Titanium Dioxide, Carbon, Strontium Carbonate, Strontium Chloride, Potassium Chloride, Potassium Sulfate, Strontium Hydroxide, and Potassium Carbonate.