POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE FRANCE
CAS number: 1310-58-3
EC Number: 215-181-3
UN number: 1813
RTECS number: TT2100000
Molecular formula: KOH
Molar mass: 56,1056 g / mol
Appearance: Liquefied by heating a white solid
Density: 2.044 g / cm3 
Melting point: 406 ° C, 679 K, 763 ° C
Boiling point: 1327 ° C, 1600 K, 2421 ° F
Solubility in water: 97 g / 100 ml (0 ° C) 121 g / 100 ml (25 ° C) 178 g / 100 mL (100 ° C)
Other names: Potas Kostik
It is a solid chemical compound which is soluble in water in which KOH is the chemical formula and it is a solid chemical compound. It absorbs moisture and can produce a color that is grayish or grayish in time. Alkali activates certain metals (Al, Cu, and alloys). Potassium hydroxide, which is very common in use, is a very strong (ph = 14) basic chemical substance in solid white state.
K 1 OH - 1
Production and Reactions
Potassium hydroxide can be obtained by mercury, diaphragm and membrane cell electrolysis methods using sodium chloride (NaCl) or less potassium chloride (KCl).
Potassium hydroxide can be obtained by heating the iron with iron to an incandescent temperature.
It is used in the production of recycled papers in this sector.
It is used in the production of detergent, liquid soap making and many cleaning products by utilizing its basic properties.
It is used in the construction of some animal drugs by taking advantage of CO2 retention.
Potassium hydroxide is used to balance the pH of acidic soils in the agricultural sector.