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C + KNO3 + S → K2S + N2 + CO2 | Equation Balance

C | carbon | solid + KNO3 | potassium nitrate | solid + S | sulfur | solid = K2S | potassium sulfide | solid + N2 | nitrogen | solid + CO2 | carbon dioxide | solid | Temperature: temperature, Other Condition excess chlorine


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Reaction conditions when applied C + KNO3 + S

  • Catalyst: not available
  • Temperature: temperature
  • Pressure: normal
  • Other conditions: not available

Reaction process C + KNO3 + S

Process: ignite black explosives KNO3 75%, 10% S and 15% C

Note: This is chemical reaction of black explosive including 75% KNO3, 10% S and 15% C

The result of the reaction C + KNO3 + S

The phenomenon: CO2 fumes

Detailed information on the reactants

Information about C (carbon)

  • Atomic weight: 12.01070 ± 0.00080
  • Color: trong suốt hoặc đen
  • Status: Rắn
C-cacbon-27

Information about KNO3 (potassium nitrate)

  • Atomic weight: 101.1032
  • Color: màu trắng; không mùi
  • Status: Chất rắn
KNO3-kali+nitrat;+diem+tieu-126

Information about S (sulfur)

  • Atomic weight: 32.0650
  • Color: vàng chanh
  • Status: chất rắn
S-sulfua-173

Detailed information about the products of the reaction

Information about K2S (potassium sulfide)

  • Atomic weight: 110.2616
  • Color: nguyên chất: không màu; có tạp chất: màu vàng nâu
  • Status: chất rắn
K2S-kali+sulfua-117

Information about N2 (nitrogen)

  • Atomic weight: 28.01340 ± 0.00040
  • Color: không màu
  • Status: khí
N2-nito-136

Information about CO2 (carbon dioxide)

  • Atomic weight: 44.0095
  • Color: không màu, không mùi
  • Status: Chất khí
CO2-Cacbon+dioxit-361

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