Synonyms: Sulfuric Acid, Iron (2+) Salt (1:1); Iron Vitriol; Duroferon; Iron sulfate; Iron monosulfate; Fer-In-Sol; Feosol; Fergon
Technical grade. Used for iron oxide pigment; water and sewage treatment; catalyst; reducing agent, wood preservative.
[Al2 (SO4)3] - (Also known as Alum, Pearl Alum, Cake Alum)
Meets American Water Works Association Standard B-403-98 for use in treatment of municipal and industrial water supplies.
Used as moderant for dyeing, pH control in paper industry,water proofing agent for concrete, clarifying agent for fats and oils, lubrication compositions.
Old Product Codes: ALSO4, S001
CAS # [10043-01-3] & [17927-65-0]
Potassium alum also known as potash alum, or potassium aluminum sulfate is a chemical compound with formula KAl(SO4)2·12H2O.
Alum is the common name for this chemical compound, given the nomenclature of potassium aluminum sulfate dodecahydrate.
It is commonly used in water purification, leather tanning, dyeing, fireproof textiles, and baking powder. It also has cosmetic uses as a deodorant, as an aftershave treatment and as a styptic for minor bleeding from shaving.
Potassium alum crystallizes in regular octahedra with flattened corners. Alum is commonly used in crystal growth experiments.