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Anhydride means to remove a water molecule H2O from the original compound. KOH has only 1 oxygen and 1 hydrogen atom. Therefore, 2 KOH formula units are required to complete t…he removal--> 2KOH has to subtract 2 H and 1 O from its formula and will finally give K2O hence, the anhydride of KOH is K2O
nope. OH is hydroxide which is insoluble except with a few things including potassium (K). so KOH is soluble, or aqueous.
1 fomula unit of KOH has 3 atoms: 1 potassium (K), 1 oxygen (O), and 1 hydrogen (H).
Because KOH is potassium hydroxide, you can recall that in biology you must have learned about H+ being and acid and OH- being a base and K(OH) contains the one hydroxide …making it a base, not an acid.
Yes,it is an hydroxide of a metal (potassium).It is a base (an alkali)
KOH is potassium hydroxide, an Arrhenius base. All ionic compounds are soluble (they ionize in the polar water). This particular ionic compound also has all these loose …hydroxide anions in solution, making it a base. never drink, or stick your finger in it, it burns like heck! looks like water, tastes like death.
It's potassium hydroxide
KOH (potassium hydroxide) is a strong base. HCL (Hydrochloric acid) is a strong acid. Both species almost completely dissociate in H2O solution. See the Related Questions f…or more information.
The reaction is: H 2 SO 4 + 2 KOH = K 2 SO 4 + 2 H 2 O (potassium sulphate and water)
KOH is polar. This is because K is positive and OH is negative. In other words, the electrons are not shared equally among the molecules as in the case of non-polar.