A solid, waxy soap was from evaporating a mixture of goat fat, water, and ash high in potassium carbonate.
potassium carbonate is not extensively used in the manufacture of soap.
Account for the fact that solutions of sodium carbonate and potassium carbonate are alkaline.
potassium carbonate was the favorite preparation, and in the hands of Pavy its use seems to have been followed by good results.
The less pure samples will show an excess of alkalinity because of the presence of sodium carbonate or of potassium carbonate.
Sodium or potassium carbonate can be weighed more easily as they do not rapidly absorb moisture from the air.
Finely ground zircon is quickly rendered soluble if fused with a mixture of potassium borofluoride and potassium carbonate.
The washings are then titrated with N/10 sulfuric acid and expressed as sodium or potassium carbonate.
potassium carbonate or Carbonate of Potash (Pearlash) is extensively used by laundresses and in the dressing of woollen cloth.
In one case, for example, decinormal solutions of potassium carbonate and potassium bichromate were used.
potassium carbonate n.
A transparent, white, deliquescent, granular powder used in making soaps. Also called potash.