Name: Potassium carbonate
Synonyms: potassium carbonate,
Chemical formula: K2CO3
Potassium carbonate (K2CO3) - an inorganic chemical compound, potassium carbonic acid salt.
It is used in the glass and ceramic industry, for the production of washing agents, in photography, for the preparation of other potassium compounds.
Potassium carbonate - application: anti-freeze and defrost products, paint coatings and thinners, inks, printer toners, photochemistry, fertilizers, inks and toners, plant protection chemicals (for combating scab, powdery mildew and gray mold), cleaning and washing products .
as an addition in the production of glass
in the production of liquid soaps and pastes
in the production of potassium glass
in the production of paints
in the production of photographic developers
in laboratories as a drying agent
fast drying of raisins. By removing the natural wax coating on the grapes using potash, the water evaporates faster.
as a starting product of other potassium compounds
as an insulating agent for mold casting in sculptures using gypsum casts
in fuel cells with molten carbonate
as an addition to take some drugs