Potassium Permanganate

Potassium Permanganate

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Brand Organic, Mumbai
Product Code: PP01
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Product Description

Potassium Permanganate (KMnO4) is a chemical compound of manganese, potassium, and oxygen. The salt is also known as "permanganate of potash" and "Condy's crystals". In this salt, manganese is in the +7 oxidation state. The permanganate ion is a strong oxidizing agent. It dissolves in water to give a deep purple solution, evaporation of which gives prismatic purple-black glistening crystals. It has a sweet taste and is odorless.

Grades of Potassium Permanganate:

Pure Grade Crystals (99 % min.)

Pure Grade Powder (99% min.)

Free Flowing Grade (FFG-97% min.)

Technical Grade (98% min.)

Physical and Chemical Properties

Molecular formula

KMnO4

Molar mass

158.04 g/mol

Appearance

Dark purple-bronze needles, Vivid purple in solution

Density

2.703 g/cm³

Melting point

270 °C

Solubility in water

6.38 g/100 ml at 20 °C

Crystal structure

Orthorhombic

Uses & Applications

  • Water treatment for disinfection, odour control and maintaining B.O.D. levels
  • Pickling agent in steel industry for descaling and degreasing
  • Fumigation of Poultry farms, hatcheries and hospitals
  • Air purification for odour control and increased oxygen levels
  • Non-ferrous, metal and metal salts industry for removal of ferrous impurities
  • Oxidizing and removal of ferrous impurities from inorganic chemicals
  • Pharmaceutical intermediate manufacture
  • Organic intermediates and chemicals manufacture
  • Repacking industry for various institutional, medicinal and household uses
  • Disease control and disinfection in aquaculture and mushroom culture
  • Pre-treatment of wood and wooden furniture
  • Glass industry for coloring and removal of impurities
  • Welding electrode industry for manufacture of fluxes
  • Textile processing for bleaching and stain removal
  • Soil remediation
  • Forward integration to Sodium Permanganate
  • Aquaculture / fish culture
  • Sodium Saccharine

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