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Q: What happens when you mix potassium permanganate with water and glycine?
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What happens when you add potassium permanganate to water?

It dissolves.

What happens to the ions when potassium permanganate are dropped into water?

When potassium permanganate is dropped into water, the ions are solvated by the water molecules. This results because potassium permanganate is water soluble. Thus, the solid compound is separated into aqueous ions.

What happens when potassium permanganate is mixed with water?

It makes kh20

What is concluded when potassium permanganate is placed in water?

A water solution of potassium permanganate is formed.

What happens when a crystal of potassium permanganate is dropped in a glass tumbler containing water what conclusion can you draw?

Potassium permanganate is soluble in water; the color of the solution is pink to purple, depending on the concentration.

Diffusion of potassium permanganate and water?

Potassium permanganate particles diffuse into water molecules and the particles of potassium permanganate mix into water even without stirring. From the higher concentration to lower concentration.

Is Surface tension of water affected by potassium permanganate?

Yes. Surface tension of water increases with addition of potassium permanganate.

What does potassium permanganate dissolve in water or oil?


Can potassium permanganate dissolve in water?


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.

Observation of potassium permanganate and water?

at the bottom of the beaker

Why does the purple colour spread when a crystal of potassium permanganate is placed in water?

First, the potassium permanganate dissolves in the water, then it disperses through the water as a result of random thermal motion.

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