(redirected from potassium sulfate)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
K2SO4Potassium Sulfate (chemistry)
References in periodicals archive ?
Fertilizer foliar potassium sulfate K-LEAF or the equivalent of 1 000 kg ex ZD Pawlowice.
MSDS: Charcoal Activated; MSDS: Strontium Carbonate; MSDS: Potassium Sulfate, available at http://www.
The project which is being constructed in Al Abyad valley near the Phosphate mines, consists of five main manufacturing facilities: a plant producing sulfuric acid and, a plant for potassium sulfate (fertiliser), a plant for triphosphate and a plant for bicalcium phosphate, which is used as an animal feed, and a calcium chloride plant, which is used in drilling oil wells.
The mixture is comprised of approximately 10-50% by weight based on the mixture of a redispersible, latex polymer; from approximately 50-90% by weight based on the mixture of a surface enhancing agent, the surface enhancing agent selected to function as both a set accelerator for calcined gypsum and also as a cross-linking agent for the adhesive and selected from the group consisting of potassium sulfate, zinc sulfate, sodium sulfate, magnesium sulfate, copper sulfate, ferrous sulfate, ferric sulfate and aluminum sulfate; and from approximately 0.
Potassium sulfate has a lower burn potential and releases potassium more gradually than muriate of potash.
Crystallization of the potassium sulfate by means of the reaction of the phosphogypsum and sylvite by amoniation in a batch cristallizer
In contrast to the current energy-intensive process used to produce HCI, the new fertilization process produces pure potassium sulfate.
Clinique's All About Eyes Rich helps diminish the appearance of undereye circles and puffiness with a blend of coleus barbatus, glycosaminoglycans and phytosphingosine, which strengthens skin's structure and restores hydration to parched eye area skin with cholesterol, potassium sulfate and special lipid blend, which mimics the natural lipids found in skin.
Ammonium sulfate, potassium sulfate, and gypsum (dihydrated calcium sulfate), alone or as part of single superphosphate, are some of the important sulfur sources used in agriculture.
The tea estates applied sulfur through nitrogen and potassium fertilizers such as ammonium sulfate and potassium sulfate that have sulfur in the molecule.