Next he took from the shelf over his table a bottle marked alcoholic solution, potassium hydrate, and let a drop fall on it.
The negative element190 was iron oxide, with potassium hydrate as the electrolyte.
Green powder, somewhat soluble in potassium hydrate solution, and readily decomposing into metallic gold and auric oxide.
Cinchonidine, when heated with potassium hydrate, yields quinoline also, and with nitric acid the same products as cinchonine.
The degrees in the latter case refer to the percentage of potassium hydrate (KHO) actually present.
When distilled with potassium hydrate it yields quinoline, lutidine, and two isomeric collidines.
It becomes black on the addition of potassium hydrate, then, heat being applied, it runs into globules of mercury.
potassium hydrate gives a reddish precipitate, turning yellow when the test is added in excess.
A solution of potassium hydrate in water is used for the electrolyte.
potassium hydrate and ammonia give black grey or black precipitates, which are insoluble in excess of the precipitant.
potassium hydroxide n.
A caustic white solid used as a bleach and in the manufacture of soaps, dyes, and many potassium compounds. Also called potash.
|potassium hydroxide |
A white, corrosive, solid compound used in bleaches and to make soaps and detergents. It is deliquescent, soluble in water and very soluble in alcohol. In solution, it forms lye. Chemical formula: KOH.