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  potassium. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Potassium has several useful tartaric acid salts, e.g., Rochelle salt (sodium potassium tartrate), tartar (argol) and cream of tartar (potassium hydrogen tartrate), and tartar emetic (potassium antimony tartrate).
Potassium aluminum sulfate, KAl(SO O, is a compound used in tanning, in water purification, and in baking powder; usually called alum, it is also called potash alum to distinguish it from other alkali aluminum sulfates.
Potassium metal is produced commercially by a thermochemical process in which molten potassium chloride is reacted with sodium vapor; this method is also used to produce liquid sodium-potassium alloys.
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  AllRefer.com - alum, Compound & Element (Compounds And Elements) - Encyclopedia
Ammonium aluminum sulfate, or ammonia alum, NH Al(SO O, is used in tanning, in dyeing and fireproofing textiles, in vegetable glues and porcelain cements, and in water purification.
Chromium potassium sulfate, or chrome alum, KCr(SO O, is used as a mordant in dyeing, in tanning, and in photographic fixing baths to harden gelatin films and plates.
A pseudoalum is a double sulfate salt of a divalent cation (e.g., magnesium or calcium) and a trivalent cation (e.g., aluminum).
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 Remedy for hemorrhoids - Patent 4626433
Upon the aluminum sulfate and the linseed oil being thoroughly mixed, there is then added approximately one-half ounce of menthol, one quarter ounce of camphor to the mixture of the aluminum potassium sulfate and linseed oil.
Upon the aluminum sulfate and the linseed oil being thoroughly mixed, there is then added approximately onehalf ounce of menthol, one quarter ounce of camphor to the mixture of the aluminum potassium sulfate and linseed oil.
As was stated earlier, the aluminum potassium sulfate when mixed with the linseed oil are the principal ingredients for causing the hemorrhoids to constrict and dry.
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 Potassium
Potassium sulfate is the next most important source followed by much smaller quantities of specialty materials such as potassium magnesium sulfate, potassium nitrate, potassium thiosulfate, potassium polysulfide, potassium carbonate and potassium bicarbonate.
Potassium fertilizers were also being produced from the Searles Lake brines by two companies and by one other operation at the Salduro Marsh in Utah.
Substantial quantities of the potassium chloride produced from these immense deposits soon began to be exported to the U.S. and by 1966 these exports comprised 38 percent of total consumption and this figure was 79 percent in 1980.
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 Aluminum | World of Earth Science
Aluminum was named for one of its most important compounds, alum, a compound of potassium, aluminum, sulfur, and oxygen.
Aluminum oxide forms a thin, whitish coating on the aluminum metal that prevents the metal from reacting further with oxygen (i.e., corrosion).
Aluminum is also made into a large variety of compounds with many industrial and practical uses.
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 Aluminum | World of Chemistry
Aluminum is the second element in Group 13 of the periodic table.
The 4000 series are alloys of aluminum and silicon; the 5000 series are alloys of aluminum and magnesium; the 6000 series are alloys of aluminum, magnesium, and silicon; the 7000 series are alloys of aluminum and zinc.
Aluminum foil, beer and soft drink cans, paint tubes, and containers for home products are all made of aluminum alloys.
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 CHEM131LAlumExperiment
The common name for alum is potassium aluminum sulfate dodecahydrate, KAl(SO The dodecahydrate portion of this name refers to the twelve water molecules.
Aluminum is also amphoteric because if will dissolve in both strong aqueous acids and bases.
The white precipitate, aluminum hydroxide, will form according to equation, and then re-dissolve when more acid is added.
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 ALUNITE (Potassium Aluminum Sulfate Hydroxide)
Uses: As a minor source of alum, potassium and aluminum and as mineral specimens.
Alunite is also known as alumstone and is a source of the chemical known as alum, KAl(SO Some alunite has also been used to recover potassium and aluminum.
Alunite forms from the action of sulfuric acids upon potassium rich feldspars in a process called "alunitization".
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 CHEM-212 The Preparation of Common Alum from Scrap Aluminum
Aluminum is the most abundant metal in the earth's crust (8.3% by weight) and is the third most abundant element after oxygen (45.5%) and silicon (25.7%).
Pure aluminum is a silvery-white metal and has many desirable physical and chemical properties: it is light-weight, non-toxic, corrosion-resistant, non-magnetic, and malleable.
Aluminum is commonly combined with other metals such as copper, manganese, silicon, magnesium, and zinc, which produces alloys with high mechanical and tensile strength.
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 Alum Lab
The potassium aluminum sulfate dodecahydrate alum forms octahedral-shaped crystals when the nearly saturated solution is cooled.
Potassium chromium(III) sulfate dodecahydrate (chrome alum), KCr(SO is prepared by reducing the dichromate ion from potassium dichromate, K
The sulfate ion from sulfuric acid and the potassium ion from the potassium dichromate combine with the chromium(III) ion to form violet to dark green octahedral-shaped crystals when the concentrated solution is cooled.
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 About Mordants
However, aluminum sulfate has come to be known as "alum" also.
sulfate is the best alum to use for craft dyers and artisans.
aluminum sulfate which is the best buy around.
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 MFA - CAMEO - Print Page
Most commonly the term alum, or potash alum, refers to aluminum potassium sulfate.
For papermakers, the term alum, refers to aluminum sulfate or the mixture of aluminum sulfates obtained by treating pulverized bauxite with sulfuric acid.
Other materials referred to as alum are ferric ammonium sulfate, chromium sodium sulfate, and chromium ammonium sulfate.
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Experts differ and suggest a range of potassium alum use from 8% WOG to 15% WOG for alum sulfate on protein fibers.
General consensus is about 10-12% alum sulfate for silk and wool.
Dissolve alum sulfate in boiling water, at 50% WOG.
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 alum - Definitions from Dictionary.com
Any of various double sulfates of a trivalent metal such as aluminum, chromium, or iron and a univalent metal such as potassium or sodium, especially aluminum potassium sulfate, AlK(SO O, widely used in industry as clarifiers, hardeners, and purifiers and medicinally as topical astringents and styptics.
Any of various crystalline double salts of a trivalent metal (such as aluminum, chromium, or iron) and a monovalent metal (such as potassium or sodium), especially aluminum potassium sulfate.
Any of various double sulfates of a trivalent metal such as aluminum or iron and a univalent metal such as potassium or sodium that are used as topical astringents and styptics.
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 Potassium aluminum sulfate, dodecahydrate - toxicity, ecologicial toxicity and regulatory information
Potassium aluminum sulfate, dodecahydrate - Identification, toxicity, use, water pollution potential, ecological toxicity and regulatory information
Chemical Identification and Use for Potassium aluminum sulfate, dodecahydrate
Sorry, no water quality standards or criteria have been established for this chemical by the U.S. or Canadian governments; however, there may be criteria established for related chemicals.
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 Cook's Thesaurus: Miscellaneous
alum = aluminum potassium sulfate = ammonium aluminum sulphate = potassium aluminum phosphate Notes: Pickling recipes sometimes call for alum to give pickles extra crunch.
The white nests are cleaner and more expensive than the fl ones.
saltpeter = potassium nitrate = saltpetre = potassium salt Notes: This is sometimes used in curing rubs for meats.
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 Mineral Gallery - The Sulfates Class
The Sulfates are an important mineral class and include some very interestingand attractive specimens.
The flattened tetrahedrons form a square outline and help produce (in most of those minerals) a tetragonal(four fold) symmetry, which is an uncommon symmetry in minerals.
The typical Sulfate Class mineral is vitreous, average to above average in density,average in hardness and are originally formed in veins, oxidation zones,contact metamorphic zones and in evaporite deposits.
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 Safety (MSDS) data for aluminium potassium sulfate, 12-hydrate
Click here for data on aluminium potassium sulfate in student-friendly format, from the HSci project
The information on this web page is provided to help you to work safely, but it is intended to be an overview of hazards, not a replacement for a full Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS).
Synonyms: aluminium potassium sulphate 12-hydrate, aluminium potassium sulfate dodecahydrate, aluminum potassium sulfate 12-hydrate, potassium alum, potash alum, alum, kalinite, potassium aluminium sulfate dodecahydrate, potassium aluminum sulfate dodecahydrate
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 Aluminum potassium sulfate dodecahydrate
Aluminum Potasium Smetal dust, as none listed total dust, as
Oxides of sulfur, aluminum oxide, oxides of potassium.
Section 10, Decomposition Prod., added "oxides of potassium..".
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Prepare the finely ground rock either by grinding some rock in a ball mill or with a mortar and pestle or using a mixture of rock and dirt found around the yard.
Prepare a solution of aluminum sulfate by mixing two teaspoons of powdered aluminum sulfate, potassium aluminum sulfate (potassium alum), or ammonium aluminum sulfate (ammonium alum) into one liter of water.
The flocculant produced by the aluminum sulfate in basic solution (aluminum hydroxide, Al(OH)
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 Search Results for- Aluminum Potassium Sulfate, Technical: Aluminum Potassium Sulfate, Technical - Cole-Parmer Catalog
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 ALUMINUM POTASSIUM SULFATE
Synonyms: Sulfuric acid, aluminum potassium salt (2:1:1), dodecahydrate; potassium alum dodecahydrate; Alum Potassium USP Powder TAC; Potassium alum; Potash alum; Alum; Kalinite
Ingredient CAS No Percent Hazardous --------------------------------------- ------------ ------------ --------- Sulfuric Acid, Aluminum Potassium Salt 10043-67-1 98 - 100% Yes (2:1:1)
Whatever cannot be saved for recovery or recycling should be managed in an appropriate and approved waste disposal facility.
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Chemical is incompatible with strong oxidizing agents, steel, aluminum, copper, and zinc.
Hazardous decomposition products are SOx, aluminum oxide, and KOx.
Use with adequate ventilation to keep the airborne concentrations low. Personal Exposure Limits NameACGIHNIOSHOSHA  final PELsAluminum potassium sulfate Dodecahydrate*2mg/m32mg/m32mg/m3* listed under aluminumAnd under no name’!’! Wash thoroughly after handling. Remove contaminated clothing and wash before reuse.
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 - Aluminum Potassium Sulfate (100gm) (APS)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
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Description Aluminum Potassium Sulfate Item no. APS Type Crystal Purity FCC CAS No. 7784-24-9 Chem Formula AIK(SO4)2-12H2O FWeight 474.39 Storage Information General Storage Other Name Potassium Alum Unit gm Selling_sizes a
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 Aluminum Potassium Sulfate Dodecahydrate
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 JCE 2004 (81) 1563 [Nov] Potassium Aluminum Sulfate 12 Hydrate
JCE 2004 (81) 1563 [Nov] Potassium Aluminum Sulfate 12 Hydrate
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The hazards of potassium aluminum sulfate 12 hydrate are discussed.
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 237086 Aluminum potassium sulfate dodecahydrate ACS reagent, ≥98%
237086 Aluminum potassium sulfate dodecahydrate ACS reagent, ≥98%
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 Science Stuff :: Buy Aluminum Potassium - Sulfate
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