Potassium Chlorate / Potassium Chlorate / KClO3
Potassium Chlorate / KClO3 is a toxic crystal compound used as an oxidizing agent, bleach, and disinfectant in making explosives, matches, and fireworks.
Chlorates are the most commonly used by industries as oxidizing agents, preparing oxygen, disinfectants, explosives, and fireworks.
In cultivation, this substance serves to force the blooming stages of a longan tree that can cause the tree to produce fruit in a warm climate.
Chemically, KClO3 is a compound containing potassium, chloride and oxygen In pure form, KClO3 is a white monoclinic crystalline and is classified in a strong oxidizing compound. Potassium Chlorate / KClO3 is slightly soluble in cold water and immediately dissolves in hot water, but does not dissolve in alcohol.