potassium permanganate

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a poisonous salt that forms dark purple crystals and is purple-red when dissolved in water

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Potassium permanganate also can be combined with pseudoephedrine to produce methcathinone, a synthetic stimulant that is a controlled substance.
The additives include potassium permanganate and boron.
Then 5 ml of 2 mmol/l potassium permanganate were added, heated for another 10 min and supplemented with 5 ml of 5 mmol/l sodium oxalate.
The following eight substances are now permitted: Dettol, ferric chloride, Hibitane, potassium permanganate, Savlon, Sudocrem, Vaseline (i.
If you break down in a vehicle in the desert, mix glycol - the main component of antifreeze - and the antiseptic potassium permanganate to create a flammable mixture to start a fire as a distress signal.
Sayed Amir, 43, a resident of Ghondak village in Balkh, said he treated his child with the potassium permanganate, a salt like disinfectant, and water.
The drug precursors worth most for illicit drug manufacture are acetic anhydride for the production of heroin, ephedrine and pseudoephedrine for the production of methamphetamine-type drugs, and potassium permanganate for the production of cocaine," Ms Scharf-Kroener explained.
In addition, they must withstand exposure to the decontamination solutions (deionized water and/or chemical-based containing compounds such as sodium fluoride, citric acid, hydrogen peroxide, potassium permanganate, and trisodium phosphate).
The market leader is potassium permanganate, immobilized on an inert mineral support such as silica or alumina, and packed into tubes or sachets that can be placed anywhere produce is stored.
Potassium permanganate solutions of the required concentrations were prepared by dissolving KMn[O.
Potassium permanganate or salted water can also to be used.
To examine the nature of the brown cytoplasmic pigments, the specimen was bleached with potassium permanganate.
Throw away those white lab coats holed by acid and stained with potassium permanganate.
Prior to analysis, samples were further digested in sulfuric acid, nitric acid, potassium persulfate, and potassium permanganate by heating to 95 [degrees]C for one h.
The samples were treated, or not treated, with calcium chloride, boric acid and potassium permanganate.