Potassium Bisulphate Properties, Molecular Formula, Applications - WorldOfChemicals

Potassium Bisulphate Properties

Potassium Bisulphate

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Potassium bisulfate is a colorless crystalline solid with a sulfur odor. Potassium bisulfate may cause illness from ingestion. If heated to high temperatures Potassium bisulfate may emit toxic fumes. Potassium bisulfate is used to make fertilizers and wine.

Chemical Properties

Boiling Point Dec. > 300 °C
CAS Number 7646-93-7
ChEBI 32036
Chemical Composition Sodium pyruvate
Density 2.245 g/cm3
IUPAC Name Potassium hydrogen sulfate
Melting Point 197 °C
Molar Mass 136.169 g/mol
Molecular Formula KHSO4
RTECS Number TS7200000
Related Compounds Sodium bisulfate
Solubility soluble in water
Synonyms Acidpotassiumsulfate;Monopotassiumsulfate;Salenixum;Sulfuricacid,Monopotassiumsalt;Sulfuricacidmonopotassiumsalt;Potassium Hydrogen Sulfate;Potassium Hydrogen Sulfate, Fused;Potassium Hydrogen Sulphate; Sulfuricacid, monopotassium salt (8CI,9CI); Acid potassium sulfate; Hydrogen potassiumsulfate; Monopotassium sulfate; Potassium acid sulfate; Potassium bisulfate;Potassium bisulphate; Potassium hydrogen sulfate; Potassium sulfate (KHSO4);Sal enixum
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