Is potassium permanganate and water solution or suspensions?
Potassium permanganate and water form a solution, unless here is so much potassium permanganate present compared to the amount of water that the solubility limit is exceeded. In the latter instance, there might be both solution and suspension.
Where does potassium permanganate go when a crystal of potassium permanganate is dissolved in water?
When potassium permanganate is dissovled in water and heated what is the color of the disillate and original solution?
What happens when a crystal of potassium permanganate is dropped in a glass tumbler containing water what conclusion can you draw?
When a crystal potassium permanganate is placed in a beaker its purple color spreads through out the water what does this observation tell us about the nature of potassium and water?
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.