He observed that some of the chlorate remained on the stick.
This composition is simply a mixture of phosphorus, glue, and chlorate of potash.
They have now to be plunged into a preparation of phosphorus or chlorate of potash, according to the quality of the match.
Calcined alum and carbonate of copper, of each 12 parts; sulphur, 16 parts; chlorate of potassa, 60 parts.
In both these cases the oxygen is generated by heating a mixture of chlorate of potash and manganese black oxide.
You place the chlorate of potash in a thin glass flask, don't you?
Sulphur, 16 parts; dried chloride of calcium, 23 parts; chlorate of potassa, 61 parts.
Makers of chlorate of potash and cyanide of potassium are profiting largely by the discoveries of Scheele, Gay-Lussac, and others.
These chemical matches were simply sulphur matches tipped with a mixture of chlorate of potash and sugar.
The salt of commerce is frequently contaminated with large quantities of sulphate or chlorate of potassium.
chlorate chlo·rate (klôr'āt')
A salt of chloric acid containing the chlorate ion.
The inorganic ion ClO3-.