potassium fluoride


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potassium fluoride

[pə′tas·ē·əm ′flu̇r‚īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
KF or KF·2H2O Poisonous, white, deliquescent crystals with saline taste; soluble in water and hydrofluoric acid, insoluble in alcohol; melts at 846°C; used to etch glass and as a preservative and insecticide.
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They were noted with Sulfamic Acid, Sodium Nitrite and Sodium Palmitate only at the high concentration, but at both temperatures, while with Potassium Fluoride and Sodium Gluconate, they were noted at both concentrations but only at the high temperature.
5 at low concentration with both aging temperatures), Potassium Fluoride, Sulfamic Acid, Sodium Nitrite and Triethanolamine Borate had TAN between 0.
Potassium Fluoride had TOA > 1000 ppm at the low concentration and high temperature.
Export licences for potassium fluoride and sodium fluoride were granted months after the bloody civil war in the Middle East began.
The fuel used in Leblanc's reactor is the same low-enriched uranium used in light-water or CANDU reactors but in a very different form: a uranium tetrafluoride salt, which is mixed with other fluoride salts like lithium fluoride, potassium fluoride or zirconium fluoride (Leblanc is understandably cagey about the precise formulation).
Our investigation revealed export licences for potassium fluoride and sodium fluoride were granted 10 months after Syria's civil war erupted.
In this research, a simple, cost-effective and fast method was proposed for the synthesis of biodiesel through ultrasonic waves by using potassium fluoride -- gamma alumina (KF/ γ-Al2O3) nanocatalyst.
In a separate incident, our sister paper the Sunday Mail told how Vince Cable's Department for Business, Innovation and Skills issued two licences to export potassium fluoride and sodium fluoride in 2013 - 10 months after the Syrian uprising began.

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