Potassium carbonate is a family of salts that has high alkalinity. This chemical is produced from the reaction between carbon dioxide and potassium hydroxide.

After the reaction, potassium carbonate and water are produced, and finally, the existing water is separated by filtration and evaporation, and pure potassium carbonate is obtained.


The appearancewhite powder
The melting point891 °C
Molecular mass138.2 g/mol


  • Agriculture
  • glass making
  • Textile Industry
  • Hygiene and detergents
  • Food industry
  • pH adjustment
  • Pharmaceutical Industries
  • Welding
  • Cathode lamps and generators
  • As a dehumidifier
  • Water and wastewater treatment


This chemical is available in 25 kg bags.

Chemical Formula

  • K2CO3

Other names

  • Carbonate of potash
  • dipotassium carbonate
  • sub-carbonate of potash
  • pearl ash
  • potash
  • salt of tartar
  • salt of wormwood

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