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Sep 25, 2017

The role of potassium hydroxide:

1. Inorganic industry is used to produce potassium, such as potassium permanganate, potassium nitrite, dipotassium phosphate, etc.

2. The daily chemical industry is used as raw material for making potash soap, washing soap, soft soap, snow cream, cold cream, shampoo and so on. The pharmaceutical industry is used to make raw materials such as progesterone and vanillin.

3. The dye industry is used to make melamine dyes

4. Battery industry is used to make alkaline batteries. [4] used as a desiccant, absorbent, used to make potash soap, oxalic acid and various kinds of potassium salt, and used for electroplating, engraving, lithography etc. It is mainly used as raw material for potash production, such as potassium permanganate and potassium carbonate.

5. In electrochemical industry, for electroplating, engraving, etc. In the textile industry, it is used for dyeing, bleaching and mercerizing, and it is used as the main raw material for making man-made fibres and polyester fibers.

Potassium hydroxide: potassium hydroxide (chemical: KOH, type: 56.11) white powder or flake solid. Melting point of 360 ~ 406 ℃, boiling point of 1320 ~ 1324 ℃, the relative density of 2.044 g/cm, flash point 52 ° F, the refractive index n20 / D1.421, vapor pressure 1 MMHG (719 ℃). It is highly alkaline and corrosive. Easy to absorb moisture in the air and moisture, absorb carbon dioxide and become potassium carbonate. Dissolved in about 0.6 portions of hot water, 0.9 in cold water, 3 ethanol, and 2.5 glycerin. When dissolved in water, alcohol, or treated with acid, a large amount of heat is produced.

Role: inorganic industry is used for producing potassium, such as potassium permanganate, potassium nitrite, dipotassium phosphate, etc. The daily chemical industry is used as the raw material for making potash soap, washing soap, soft soap, snow cream, cold cream, shampoo and so on. The pharmaceutical industry is used to make raw materials such as progesterone and vanillin. Dye industry is used to make melamine dyes. The battery industry is used to make alkaline batteries.

Application field

1. Used as a desiccant and absorbent, used to make oxalic acid and various kinds of potassium salt, and used for electroplating, engraving, lithography etc

2. Mainly used as raw materials for potash production, such as potassium permanganate and potassium carbonate. In the pharmaceutical industry, it is used to produce potassium boron hydrogen, antibody, salicylic acid, propionate, etc. Used in light industry to produce potash soap, alkaline batteries, cosmetics (such as cold cream, creams and shampoo). In the dye industry, it is used to produce VAT dyes, such as the reduction of blue RSN. In electrochemical industry, for electroplating, engraving, etc. In the textile industry, it is used for dyeing, bleaching and mercerizing, and it is used as the main raw material for making man-made fibres and polyester fibers. In addition, it is used in metallurgical heating agent and leather degreasing.

3. Basic chemical raw materials for pharmaceutical and daily chemical industry.

4. Used as absorbent for analytical reagents, saponification reagents, carbon dioxide and water.

5. The daily chemical industry is used as raw material for washing and washing soap, soft soap, snow cream, cold cream, shampoo and so on. The pharmaceutical industry is used to make raw materials such as progesterone and vanillin. Dye industry is used to make melamine dyes. The battery industry is used to make alkaline batteries

Content analysis

Accurate said sample is about 1.5 g, soluble in 40 ml new boiling and cooling water, cold to 15 ℃, with phenolphthalein test solution (TS - 167) several drops, with 1 mol/L acid titration. When pink disappears, record the amount of acid consumed, add methyl orange test solution (TS -148), and continue titration until the pink is constant. Record the total volume of acids required for titration. Each Ml of 1mol/L of sulfuric acid is equivalent to 56.11mg of total alkalinity (KOH).