An alkaline potassium compound, especially potassium carbonate or hydroxide
A mixture of potassium hydroxide (or oxide) and calcium oxide; also attributive designating glass containing this.
An alkaline solution of potassium hydroxide.
A mica containing a significant proportion of potassium; specifically = muscovite.
Soft soap manufactured using potassium hydroxide.
A relatively hard type of glass made using potassium carbonate, suitable for cutting and engraving.
A large vessel used in the manufacture of potash from the ashes of burnt plant material.
A factory where potash is produced; = potashery.
Another term for potassium hydroxide.
= potassium feldspar.
A colorless astringent compound that is a hydrated double sulfate of aluminum and potassium, used in solution medicinally and in dyeing and tanning
A compound containing four oxalate groups in the empirical formula. Chiefly in potassium quadroxalate, †quadroxalate of potash.