Potassium carbonate hexahydrate

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Potassium carbonate hexahydrate
Mineralogical name Potassium carbonate hexahydrate
Chemical name Potassium carbonate hexahydrate
Trivial name
Chemical formula K2CO3•6H2O
Other forms
Crystal system
Crystal structure
Deliquescence humidity 20°C
Solubility (g/l) at 20°C
Density (g/cm³) 1.95 g/cm3
Molar volume 126 cm3/mol
Molar weight 246.30 g/mol
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Comments
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Pleochroism
Dispersion
Used Literature
[Steiger:2000]Title: Total volumes of crystalline solids and salt solutions
Author: Steiger, Michael
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Literature

[Steiger:2000]Steiger, Michael (2000): Total volumes of crystalline solids and salt solutions. In: Price, Clifford A. (eds.): An Expert Chemical Model for Determining the Environmental Conditions Needed to Prevent Salt Damage in Porous Materials, Archetype Publications Ltd, 53-63Link to Google Scholar