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Boric Acid
 

A dark purple crystalline compound, used as an oxidizing agent and disinfectant and in deodorizers and dyes.... read more

A water-soluble white or colorless crystalline compound, used as an antiseptic and preservative and in fireproofing compounds, cosmetics, cements, and enamels.... read more
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Micro Nutrients
 
A soft, brown, amorphous or crystalline nonmetallic element, extracted chiefly from kernite and borax and used in flares, propellant mixtures, nuclear reactor control elements, abrasives, and hard metallic alloys.... read more
A substance, such as a vitamin or mineral, that is essential in minute amounts for the proper growth and metabolism of a living organism.... read more
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{ Potassium Permanganate

A dark purple crystalline compound, used as an oxidizing agent and disinfectant and in deodorizers and dyes.

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Introduction

Potassium Permanganate (KMnO4) is a chemical compound of manganese, potassium and oxygen. The salt is also known as "permanganate of potash" and "Condy's crystals". In this salt, manganese is in the +7 oxidation state. The permanganate ion is a strong oxidizing agent. It dissolves in water to give deep purple solution, evaporation of which gives prismatic purple-black glistening crystals. It has a sweet taste and is odourless.

In 1659, German chemist J.R. Glauber, fused a mixture of the mineral pyrolusite and potassium carbonate to obtain a material that, when dissolved in water, gave a green solution potassium manganate (K2MnO4) which slowly changed colour to violet to form potassium permanganate and then finally red. This report has gone down in history as the first description of the production of potassium permanganate.

Around two hundred years later, London chemist Henry Bollmann Condy had an interest in disinfectants, and marketed several products including ozonised water. He found that fusing pyrolusite with Sodium Hydroxide (NaOH) and dissolved it in water produced a solution with disinfectant properties. He patented this solution, and marketed it as Condy's Fluid. Although effective, the solution was not very stable. This was overcome by using Potassium Hydroxide (KOH) rather than NaOH. This was more stable, and had the advantage of easy conversion to the equally effective Potassium Permanganate crystals.

This crystalline material was known as Condy’s crystals or Condy’s powder. Potassium Permanganate was comparatively easy to manufacture, so Condy was subsequently forced to spend considerable time in litigation in order to stop competitors from marketing products similar to Condy's Fluid or Condy's Crystals. However, Potassium Permanganate was born and the production started worldwide.

Grades of Potassium Permangante

  • Pure Grade Crystals (99 % min.)
  • Pure Grade Powder (99% min.)
  • Free Flowing Grade (FFG-97% min.)
  • Technical Grade (98% min.)

Grades are defined by the physical characteristics and purity of Potassium Permanganate. Different grades have different applications.

Physical and Chemical Properties

Molecular formula KMnO4
Molar mass 158.04 g/mol
Appearance Dark purple-bronze needles, Vivid purple in solution
Density 2.703 g/cm³
Melting point 270 °C
Solubility in water 6.38 g/100 ml at 20 °C
Crystal structure Orthorhombic

 

Uses & Applications

  • Water treatment for disinfection, odour control and maintaining B.O.D. levels

  • Pickling agent in steel industry for descaling and degreasing

  • Fumigation of Poultry farms, hatcheries and hospitals

  • Air purification for odour control and increased oxygen levels

  • Non-ferrous, metal and metal salts industry for removal of ferrous impurities

  • Oxidizing and removal of ferrous impurities from inorganic chemicals

  • Pharmaceutical intermediate manufacture

  • Organic intermediates and chemicals manufacture

  • Repacking industry for various institutional, medicinal and household uses

  • Disease control and disinfection in aquaculture and mushroom culture

  • Pre-treatment of wood and wooden furniture

  • Glass industry for coloring and removal of impurities

  • Welding electrode industry for manufacture of fluxes

  • Textile processing for bleaching and stain removal

  • Soil remediation

  • Forward integration to Sodium Permanganate

  • Aquaculture / fish culture

  • Sodium Saccharine


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{ Boric Acid

A water-soluble white or colorless crystalline compound, used as an antiseptic and preservative and in fireproofing compounds, cosmetics, cements, and enamels. Click here for brouchure

Introduction

Boric acid, also called boracic acid or orthoboric acid or Acidum Boricum, is a weak acid often used as an antiseptic, insecticide, flame retardant, in nuclear power plants to control the fission rate of uranium, and as a precursor of other chemical compounds. It exists in the form of colorless crystals or a white powder and dissolves in water. It has the chemical formula H3BO3, sometimes written B(OH)3. When occurring as a mineral, it is called sassolite.

Uses

It can be used as an antiseptic for minor burns or cuts and is sometimes used in dressings or salves or is applied in a very dilute solution as an eye wash. (1.5% solution or 1 tbsp per quart of boiled water has been suggested for the latter.) As an anti-bacterial compound, boric acid can also be used as an acne treatment. Boric acid can be used to treat yeast and fungal infections

Industrial uses

Boric acid is used in nuclear power plants to slow down the rate at which fission is occurring. Fission chain reactions are generally driven by the amount of neutrons present.

In the jewelry industry, boric acid is often used in combination with denatured alcohol to reduce surface oxidation and firescale from forming on metals during annealing and soldering operations.

It is also used in the manufacturing of remming mass, a fine silica-containing powder used for producing induction furnace linings and ceramics.

Miscellaneous uses

  • Borates including boric acid have been used since the time of the Greeks for cleaning, preserving food, and other activities

  • Silly Putty was originally made by adding boric acid to silicone oil

  • TBE buffer is widely used for the electrophoresis of nucleic acids and has a higher buffer capacity than a TAE Buffer. It can be used for DNA and RNA polyacrylamide and agarose gel electrophoresis

  • It is used in pyrotechnics to prevent the amide-forming reaction between aluminium and nitrates. A small amount of boric acid is added to the composition to neutralize alkaline amides that can react with the aluminium

  • Boric acid dissolved in methanol is popularly used among fire jugglers and fire spinners to create a deep green flame

  • The white powder is also used in India and across the world to dust down Carrom boards to decrease friction and increase speed of play

  • Boric acid is added to salt in the curing of cattle hides, calf skins and sheep skins. Used in that way it helps to control bacteria development and also aids in the control of insects


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A soft, brown, amorphous or crystalline nonmetallic element, extracted chiefly from kernite and borax and used in flares, propellant mixtures, nuclear reactor control elements, abrasives, and hard metallic alloys.

Introduction

Boron is a chemical element with atomic number 5 and the chemical symbol B. Boron is a trivalent metalloid element which occurs abundantly in the evaporite ores borax and ulexite. Boron is never found as a free element on Earth.

Several allotropes of boron exist; amorphous boron is a brown powder, though crystalline boron is black, extremely hard (9.3 on Mohs' scale), and a weak conductor at room temperature (22-28 °C, 72-82 °F). Elemental boron is used as a dopant in the semiconductor industry, while boron compounds play important roles as light structural materials, nontoxic insecticides and preservatives, and reagents for chemical synthesis.

Boron is an essential plant nutrient, although higher soil concentrations of boron may also be toxic to plants. As an ultratrace element, boron is necessary for the optimal health of rats and presumably other mammals, though its physiological role in animals is poorly understood.

Uses

Boron and boron compounds have numerous uses in many fields, although elemental boron is employed chiefly in the metal industry. Its extreme reactivity at high temperatures, particularly with oxygen and nitrogen, makes it a suitable metallurgical degasifying agent. It is used to refine the grain of aluminum castings and to facilitate the heat treatment of malleable iron.

Miscellaneous uses

It has been reported to enhance mental activity, memory, and hand-eye coordination. Some body builders and athletes take boron supplements as a muscle-enhancing agent despite the fact that there is no evidence to support this use. Overall, boron appears to have the most potential as a possible bonebuilder and brain booster.

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A substance, such as a vitamin or mineral, that is essential in minute amounts for the proper growth and metabolism of a living organism.

Introduction

Micronutrients are nutrients needed for life in small quantities. The Microminerals or trace elements include at least iron, cobalt, chromium, copper, iodine, manganese, selenium, zinc and molybdenum. They are dietary minerals needed by the human body in very small quantities (generally less than 100mg/day) as opposed to macrominerals which are required in larger quantities. Note that the use of the term "mineral" here is distinct from the usage in the geological sciences.

Vitamins are organic chemicals that a given living organism requires in trace quantities for good health, but which the organism cannot synthesize, and therefore must obtain from its diet.

Uses

There are about eight nutrients essential to plant growth and health that are only needed in very small quantities. These are manganese, boron, copper, iron, chlorine, cobalt, molybdenum, and zinc. Though these are present in only small quantities, they are all necessary.

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