Potassium Nitrite Formula

Potassium Nitrite Chemical Formula

Potassium Nitrite is a yellowish white crystalline solid. When potassium ions react with nitrate ions potassium nitrate is formed. Potassium nitrate is a hygroscopic crystalline inorganic compound and is toxic in nature. So when handling this compound, use preventive measures like Gloves and glasses to protect you.

Chemical Formula KNO2
Molecular Weight 85.103 g/mol
Density 1.914986 g/cm3
Melting Point 440.02 °C
Boiling Point 537 °C
solubility Soluble in alcohol and ammonia

Potassium Nitrite Structural Formula

Potassium Nitrite has a heat capacity of 107.4 J/mol K and magnetic susceptibility of −23.3·10−6 cm3/mol. The structural formula of Potassium Nitrite is as shown below in the diagram.

Potassium Nitrite Structural Formula

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