potassium chlorate crystallizes in large white tablets, of a bright lustre.
This reaction is used in the preparation of potassium chlorate.
potassium chlorate, when heated with manganese dioxide, gives up its oxygen at a much lower temperature than when heated alone.
This mixture is treated with potassium chlorate and hydrochloric acid, whereby it is converted into tetra-chlorinated products.
Mix a small quantity of potassium chlorate with an equal amount of manganese dioxide and place the mixture in a strong test tube.
The fine wire dipping into the sugar and potassium chlorate got red hot.
Tannin, potassium chlorate, and cupric sulphate are often used for this purpose.
potassium chlorate internally, two grains every four hours to a child twelve months old, is curative in the majority of cases.
Rackarock, rak′a-rok, n. an explosive of potassium chlorate and nitro-benzol.
If they did, potassium chlorate would be a better depolarizer than manganese dioxide, instead of the other way around.
potassium chlorate n.
A poisonous crystalline compound used as an oxidizing agent and a disinfectant.