Solubility of Potassium Carbonate and Potassium Hydrocarbonate in Methanol

Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data (Impact Factor: 2.04). 06/2002; 47(5). DOI: 10.1021/je020012v


The solubility of potassium carbonate in methanol and the acid−base interaction of these compounds with each other have been considered. The reaction results in the formation of methoxide and hydrocarbonate of potassium. The reported values on the solubility of potassium carbonate differ essentially from the data described in the literature. The solubility of potassium hydrocarbonate in methanol has also been determined.

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