Is KHSO4 an acid or base?
Contact with solid Potassium can cause severe burns. * Exposure to Potassium fumes can irritate the nose, throat and lungs with sneezing and coughing. * Prolonged exposure to Potassium fumes can cause sores of the inner nose. * Potassium is a FLAMMABLE and REACTIVE chemical and a FIRE and EXPLOSION HAZARD.
K2SO4 is produced by reacting KCl with H2SO4 using 2.0 to 2.2 mols of KCl per mol of H2SO4 with stirring at from room temperature to 100 DEG C, and the resulting KHSO4 is reacted e.g. in a muffle furnace with unreacted KCl at 300 DEG to 400 DEG C.
Sodium hydrogen sulfate (NaHSO4, CAS No. 7681-38-1) is a colourless crystalline compound which is freely soluble in water.
Is NaHSO4 soluble in water?
What is the pH of KHSO4?
Potassium hydrogen sulfate (KHSO4) is an extremely strong acidic compound (based on its pKa).