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K2SO4Potassium Sulfate (chemistry)
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Fertilization with potassium chloride leads to higher weight of mango fruits, whereas fertilization with potassium sulfate causes higher production of mango fruits per plant.
The experiment was installed in randomized block design to evaluate five doses of potassium sulfate ([K.sub.2]S[O.sub.4]) (0; 0.52; 1.04, 2.08 and 4.16 kg [plant.sup.-1] [year.sup.-1]), with four replicates and four plants per replicate, totaling 20 experimental units, at 7.0 x 7.0 m rectangular spacing.
Comparative effect of potassium chloride and potassium sulfate on the yield and protein content of wheat in three different rotations.
Calcium superphosphate (15.5 % [P.sup.2][O.sup.5]) and potassium sulfate (48.5 % [K.sup.2]O) were added before sowing in the rate of 6 g pot-1 for each.
Usage of potassium sulfate was as subsidiary factor with seven levels: [b.sub.1]: non-use of potassium sulfate, [b.sub.2]: soil application, [b.sub.3]: foliar application at establishment stage (with plant height of 40cm), [b.sub.4]: foliar application at tasselling stage, [b.sub.5]: foliar application at both stages of establishment and tasselling, [b.sub.6]: soil and foliar applications at tasselling stage, b7: soil and foliar applications at both stages of establishment and tasselling.
For instance, the Prehistoric Sea Monsters edition comes with an aquarium chamber, a bag of triop eggs and food, a stirring spoon, underwater castle, and color poster with instructions, while the Electronic Crystal Growing kit contains goggles and a magnifying glass to help potential Einsteins mix chemicals like potassium sulfate and ammonium phosphate in anticipation of creating an eruption to remember.
One study consulted with a manufacture of pyrotechnic products and determined that the smoke created after combustion of their products could contain a mixture of particulates composed of Aluminum Dioxide, Titanium Dioxide, Carbon, Strontium Carbonate, Strontium Chloride, Potassium Chloride, Potassium Sulfate, Strontium Hydroxide, and Potassium Carbonate.
He concluded that the treated strings were effective as compared to the plain string.15 But de Gennaro et al.16 studied the histological responses among humans to plain cord and cord impregnated with potassium sulfate, hemodent, and 8% racemic epinephrine and concluded that there was no practical difference between the cords.
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 0.15-0.25% by weight based on the mixture of a defoamer.
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