1922
DOI: 10.1021/ja01422a600 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: NOTES. 143'The Formation of Potassium Perchlorate from Potassium Chlorate.-'I'hie action of certain of the stronger acids on potassium chlorate is not coinmonly considered as a method applicable to the preparation, in the laboratory, of potassium perchlorate. The action of sulfuric acid on potassium chlorate with the formation of the perchlorate was first recorded by Stadi0n.l Later, Penny2 noted that nitric acid acting on the chlorates of potash and soda yielded perchlorate; and shortly after, Millon3 speaks … Show more

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