Potassium nitrate

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  • Effectiveness Of A Patient Applied 10 % Potassium Nitrate

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    J. S. (1990) This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of a patient-applied 10% potassium nitrate glycerine-based gel in decreasing dentinal sensitivity on teeth with exposed dentin apical to the cementoenamel junction. The patients were divided into 3 treatment groups: group 1 was treated with a glycerine-based-10% potassium nitrate gel; group 2 was treated with a glycerine gel without potassium nitrate; and group 3 received no gel and no treatment (control). Following brushing and flossing

  • Chemical Safety Assignment On The Use Of Potassium Nitrate In The Workplace

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    The chemical that will be analyzed in this section is potassium nitrate. There are different types of information related to the chemical the student needs to gather to ensure proper air sampling is carried out. It is necessary to determine the fire properties of this chemical and the level of damage it might cause when left in the open. Significantly, the assessment must find out about other processes that affect the usage of potassium nitrate in different environments within the organization (McDermott

  • Reaction Of Iron, Nitrate And Potassium Thiocyanate

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    Iron (III) Nitrate and Potassium Thiocyanate Analysis When the light yellow iron (III) nitrate solution was added to the colorless potassium thiocyanate solution, the color of the final solution was red. To understand why this happens, the individual reactants must be examined. The potassium thiocyanate solution can be broken down as follows: KSCN(aq) ↔ K+(aq) + SCN–(aq). Both the potassium ions and thiocyanate ions are hydrated with water molecules. Similarly, the iron (III) nitrate solution

  • Target Market

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    TARGET MARKETING - MEANING, BASIS AND ITS NEED It is not possible for a marketer to have similar strategies for product promotion amongst all individuals. Kids do not get attracted towards products meant for adults and vice a versa. Every segment has a different need, interest and perception. No two segments can have the same ideologies or require a similar product.Target Marketing refers to a concept in marketing which helps the marketers to divide the market into small units comprising of likeminded

  • Case Study Colgate

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    CASE STUDY: SENSODYNE OVERTAKES COLGATE IN SENSITIVE CATEGORY INTRODUCTION The sensitive toothpaste segment accounts for less than 10% of the country 's Rs 5,400-crore toothpaste market at Rs 470 crore, but is growing at 50% a year. Oral care giant Colgate Palmolive, which controls about 53% of the country 's toothpaste market, has been selling its Sensitive brand in India since the last seven years. India had very low levels of awareness on the condition of tooth sensitivity. Over the past

  • Essay On Gunpowder

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    used while strictly needing a constant supply of oxygen to do so. Potassium Nitrate is an oxidiser, which provides more oxygen to the burning fuels resulting in a more vigorous chemical reaction, then creating more energy in the process. Sulphur stabilisers this reaction between the Potassium Nitrate and the Charcoal Potassium. The nitrate, sulphur, and carbon react together to form nitrogen and carbon dioxide gases and potassium sulphide, the expanding gases that give the propelling actions. Gunpowder

  • Identification of Metallic Ions Essay

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    providing this information in an editable file which can be sent to an instructor. obseRvations The color of the flame is expected to be as follows: Metallic ion Flame color Sodium Na+ Yellow/Bright Orange Strontium Sr2+ Red Potassium K+ Light Purple Barium Ba2+ Green Copper Cu2+ Green Lithium

  • Chem 112 Technical Abstract

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    and the tube was immediately plugged with cotton 1/3 of the way into the tube. The tube was then warmed in a hot water bath for about 5 minutes, the folded red litmus paper was inserted at the top of the tube with a wet crease. After a few minutes, nitrate is indicated on the wet crease of the litmus paper, turning it blue. For the Carbonate test, 25 mg of carbonate sample was added to a centrifuge tube and 3 drops of 6 M H2SO4 was added. A disposable pipet was used to transfer a drop of Ba(OH)2, that

  • Sustainable Development Is Possible For Academic Research

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    During the last eleven years my work in Belize has evidenced that sustainable development is possible when academic research incorporates community direction, and recognizes local expertise as a component in the formation of new knowledge. Indeed, we are able to manage problems—and in many cases improve lives—by collaborating to undertake community driven and academically supported initiatives. What is sometimes misunderstood in the context of academia, community-based research promotes the creation

  • Chem Lab Project 2 Essay

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    Analysis:  The  experiment was  performed on 4  anions: chloride (Cl­), sulfate (SO42­),   nitrate  (NO3­),  and  carbonate  (CO32­).  A  sample  of  each  anion  was  prepared  by placing  10  drops of  each  anion solution into  a centrifuge tube.   The tubes  were labeled accordingly.  The original color of  the  solution was recorded.  The  first test  performed was  an  Anion Elimination Test,  the Silver  Nitrate  Test.  0.1  M AgNO3 was  added  dropwise  to each  tube  until a  precipitate was formed or 5 drops of 0