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POTASSIUM CHLORATE ((99.5%) KC1O3 RED PHOSPHORUS P4

 

POTASSIUM CHLORATE

CAS No.: 3811-04-9
Molecular formula: KClO3
Packing: 25kg/Bag; 27MTs in 1x20’FCL

Properties:
White powder. Strong oxidant reacts easily with carbon, sulfur, phosphor and organic compounds. Explosive combustion will occur when it is mixed with a combustible substance and struck. Toxic and resistant to air-slake

Applications: Used in matches, fireworks, explosives manufacturing, and synthetic dyeing, medicine, also used as analytical reagent and fertilizer.

Potassium Chlorate
Specifications
.
Standards
Purity, KClO3
%≥
99.7
Moisture
%≤
0.05
Water insoluble
%≤
0.03
Chloride (as Cl)
%≤
0.02
Bromate (as BrO3)
%≤
0.03
Sulfate (as SO4)
%≤
0.01
Fe
%≤
0.003
Residues(125μm Test Sieve)
%≤
0.5

Potassium chlorate is a compound containing potassium, chlorine and oxygen, with the molecular formula KClO3. In pure form, it is a white crystalline substance. It is the most common chlorate in industrial use, and is usually present in well-stocked laboratories. It is used as an oxidizing agent, to prepare oxygen, as a disinfectant, in safety matches, and in explosives and fireworks.

Safety
Potassium chlorate should be handled with care. It reacts vigorously, and in some cases spontaneously ignites or explodes, when mixed with many combustible materials. It will burn vigorously in combination with virtually any combustible material, even those which are considered to by only slightly flammable normally (including ordinary dust and lint).
Mixtures of potassium chlorate and a fuel can be ignited by contact with sulfuric acid and this reagent should be kept away from potassium chlorate. Sulfur should be avoided in pyrotechnic compositions containing potassium chlorate, as these mixtures are prone to spontaneous deflagration.
Most sulfur contains trace quantities of sulfur-containing acids, and these can cause spontaneous ignition - "Flowers of sulfur" or "sublimed sulfur", despite the overall high purity, contains significant amounts of sulfur acids. Also, mixtures of potassium chlorate with any compound with ignition promoting properties (ex. antimony(III) sulfide) are very dangerous to prepare, as they are extremely shock sensitive.

Potassium Chlorate

 

RED PHOSPHORUS

CAS Number: 7723-14-0
Molecular formula: P4
Packing: 50kg/Iron Drum; 20MTs in 1x20’FCL

Properties:
Auburn amorphous powder with metallic luster; relative density at 2.34g/cm3 (20°C), melting point at 590°C; soluble in phosphorus tribromide, insoluble in water or carbon disulphide, liable to burn under chlorine atmosphere, nontoxic, without phosphoric light in darkness.

Applications:
Used to make matches, fireworks, chemical agent, phosphoric alloy, and as a raw material for manufacturing organic phosphorus fertilizers, and can be used in metallurgical industry and organic synthesis as well.

No.
Specifications
%
Standards
1
P4
% ≥
98.5
2
Yellow phosphorus
% ≤
0.25
3
Free Acid
% ≤
0.5
4
Moisture
% ≤
0.25
5
Fineness - Mesh size
60 mesh passing 70% min
100 mesh passing 99% min
Red phosphorus

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