Please login to your online account to display your discounted pricing

Potassium Bicarbonate (Powder/USP/FCC), Fisher Chemical


Quantity 2.5kg
Packaging Poly Bottle

Manufacturer: fisher scientific company  FLP235 212

 View more versions of this product

Catalog No. P235-212

  • / Each
  • / Case of 4 Each
 

Description & Specifications

Chemical Identifiers

Density 2.17g/cm³
Heavy Metals (as Pb) 0.001% max. (USP)
Identification Pass Test (FCC)
Lead (Pb) 2mg/kg max. (FCC)
Loss on Drying 0.25% max. (FCC)
Normal Carbonate 2.5% max. (USP)
Packaging Poly Bottle
Residual Solvents Meets Requirements (USP)
Viscosity [NULL]
Decomposition Information >100°C
Color White
Melting Point 100°C / °F
Quantity 2.5kg
Chemical Name or Material Potassium Bicarbonate
CAS 298-14-6
Purity Grade USP/FCC
Physical Form Powder; Solid
Assay 99.0 to 101.5% (FCC)
Assay Percent Range (Dried Basis)99.5to101.5%
Assay Percent Notes (Dried Basis)99.5-101.5%
Molecular Formula KHCO3
Formula Weight 100.12g/mol
MDL Number MFCD00011402
Synonym Potassium Acid Carbonate
ChemAlert Storage Symbol Gray
Health Hazard 2 CAUTION!
Health Hazard 3 Emergency Overview
May be harmful by inhalation, in contact with skin and if swallowed. Wear personal protective equipment. Use personal protective equipment. Look out! DATATYPE 710. Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothing. Avoid ingestion and inhalation. . . . .

NFPA

Health:1
Flammability:0
Instability:0

Specifications

Chemical Name or Material Potassium Bicarbonate
CAS 298-14-6
Purity Grade USP/FCC
Physical Form Powder; Solid
Assay 99.0 to 101.5% (FCC)
Assay Percent Range (Dried Basis)99.5to101.5%
Assay Percent Notes (Dried Basis)99.5-101.5%
Molecular Formula KHCO3
Formula Weight 100.12g/mol
MDL Number MFCD00011402
Synonym Potassium Acid Carbonate
Accessories
 

Emergency Overview
May be harmful by inhalation, in contact with skin and if swallowed. Wear personal protective equipment. Use personal protective equipment. Look out! DATATYPE 710. Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothing. Avoid ingestion and inhalation. . . . .

NFPA

Health:1
Flammability:0
Instability:0

CAUTION!

SDS & Safety Documents