Yes it is! You will get a thermite reaction
Potassium permanganate is a compound.
It is a compound.
When sodium potassium permanganate and hydrogen peroxide interact 30% of oxygen gas is usually produced from the mixture.
There is not one formula for acidified potassium permanganate, it is a mixture, not a pure compound. Next to water it contains: H+ and K+ and MnO4- Warning: Do NOT use hydrochloric acid to acidify!
No because it prevents them from reacting with air
there is no such thing. Potassium permanganate is a metallic purple crystalline substance that is solid at room temperature and can not be made a gas because it decomposes at 240 C. Long before it would become a gas. It dissolves in water rather well so you could make a water mixture and spray it but that would not be a gas. If you mix Potassium Permanganate with formaldehyde it creates a mild tear gas.
The role of the water is to be distilled. A better question would be what the other stuff is doing there.
Permanganates are compounds.
To make big soap bubbles, you need some stuff. Like, a bottle of Dawn or Joy dishwashing liquid (specifically Dawn or Joy- no other soap will do!), 250 mL (milliliters) of Glycerin, a gallon of distilled water (once again, ONLY distilled- nothing else will do!), a 2-liter mixing bowl, a beaker or graduated cylinder to measure water, soap, and glycerin (Hence, three graduated cylinders or beakers!), stirring rod or large spoon, and bubble blowers, with which to make beautiful, strong, long-lasting bubbles.DIRECTIONS: Mix 100 mL of Glycerin(get it in the chemist's) with 100 mL of Dawn or Joy dishwashing liquid. Add the glycerin/dishwashing liquid mixture to 850 mL of water.STIR! DO NOT SHAKE! MASS AMOUNTS OF BUBBLES WILL BE MADE, AND OVERTAKE YOUR CITY! (Just don't shake the mixture.)NOTE: If your mixture isn't that great, let it sit overnight or for a few days. Aging seems to make the mixture stronger.SAFETY TIPS(Read!!!): Keep bubbles away from your face. The solution is very slippery, avoid spilling. With many people, like a class, it is best to work outside. Glycerin is an allergen,and may irritate skin and eyes.Contacting Glycerin with chronium trioxide, potassium chlorate, potassium permanganate will cause an explosion.
Glycerin is another name for glycerol, which is a pure compound, not a mixture. However, if you leave pure glycerol exposed to the air, it will attract moisture, so an opened bottle labeled "glycerin" may in fact contain a mixture of glycerol and water (up to about 20% water).
No, Potassium is an element.
a toothpaste is made up of :- sodium fluoride- water- hydrated silica- sorbitol- glycerin- potassium nitrate- sodium lauryl sulfate- cellulose gum- sodium hydroxide
Potassium dichromate is a compound not a mixture.
The water and ethanol mixture is warmer...
glycerin is better but I'm not sure why yet. I'm trying to figure that out.
No, potassium chloride is a compound.
Yes, under the right conditions, sodium acetate is flammable. In fact, a mixture of sodium acetate and potassium nitrate, when intimately mixed, and heated, will explode -- sodium acetate is incompatible with strong oxidizers. The reaction is said to be about "one third as powerful" as that between potassium nitrate, potassium carbonate, and sulfur (in a 3:2:1 ratio -- "yellow powder") under the same conditions of slow heating. Do not try this at home (but, if you must, stick to quantities of a gram or less, and use hearing and eye protection, and keep away from anything flammable).
Yes, a mixture of lemon and glycerin can be an easy herbal homemade choice. It can be uses as a moisturizing lotion to lighten complexion and make the skin soft and glowing. Use it in place of a night cream.
No, it is a compound.
Lite salt is a mixture 1:1 of sodium and potassium chloride.This is a mixture sodium chloride/potassium chloride in the ratio 1:1.
Element: oxygen, potassium Compound: sodium chloride, potassium dichromate Mixture: air, orange juice
its a homogeneous mixture