Potassium perchlorate CAS 7778-74-7 is the inorganic salt with the chemical formula KClO4. Like other perchlorates, this salt is a strong oxidizer although it usually reacts very slowly with organic substances. This usually obtained as a colorless, crystalline solid is a common oxidizer used in fireworks, ammunition percussion caps, explosive primers, and is used variously in propellants, flash compositions, stars, and sparklers. It has been used as a solid rocket propellant, although in that application it has mostly been replaced by the higher performance ammonium perchlorate. KClO4 has the lowest solubility of the alkali metal perchlorates (1.5 g in 100 mL of water at 25 °C).
Appearance White powder Confirms
Water insoluble ≤0.03%
- Used as an explosive and smoke agent, igniting agent, oxidant, medicine used as antipyretic and diuretic;
- Used to make explosives. Used for photography and fireworks. The pharmaceutical industry used as antipyretic and diuretic. Also used as smoke agent, igniting agent, oxidant and reagents for chemical analysis. Used in meteorological rocket.
- Mainly used in explosives, photography, fireworks, medicine and other departments
25kgs per pp woven bag
This product should be stored away from oxidizing materials and strong bases.