Does potassium hydroxide react with strontium chloride?

Answer Potassium hydroxide (KOH) will react with strontium chloride Sr(Cl)2 in a double displacement reaction. The balanced equation for this reaction is 2 KOH + Sr(Cl)2 reacting to give Sr(OH)2 + 2 KCl.S... Read More »

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How do I clean with potassium hydroxide?

All-purpose CleanerUse an oil soap or to clean many surfaces in your home, especially wood. Dilute the oil soap using 1/4 to 1/2 cup per gallon of hot water, and use the solution as mop water. Mop ... Read More »

What does potassium hydroxide weigh?

Potassium hydroxide (KOH) has a specific molecular weight of 56.11. Of that weight, potassium (K) accounts for 39.10. Oxygen (O) has a molecular weight of 16.00 and hydrogen (H) has a molecular w... Read More »

Where does potassium hydroxide come from?

Potassium hydroxide is a chemical compound used in a variety of different materials including fertilizers, soaps and fabric dyes. It is obtained through the electrolysis of a solution made from pot... Read More »

Uses of Strontium Hydroxide?

Strontium Hydroxide, or Sr(OH2), is a strong base with a pH of 13.5, and is most commonly found in colorless crystals. This strong base, as most bases are, is an extreme irritant of the respiratory... Read More »