Author Topic: Synth For Sodium/Potassium BromAte ?  (Read 3664 times)

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Synth For Sodium/Potassium BromAte ?
« on: February 14, 2003, 11:06:00 AM »
"The present invention uses bromide and sodium (potassium) hydroxide as raw material, makes them produce disproportionation reaction, regulates specific weight and pH value, uses hydrogen peroxide to remove free bromine, and adopts the processes of cooling and dewatering to separate sodium (potassium) bromate crude product, and makes the mother liquor undergo the processes of dewatering and concentration to obtain sodium (potassium) bromide crude product. The sodium (potassium) bromide crude product is disclosed, and undergone dthe processes of removing small quantity of sodium (potassium) bromate by using urea, filtering, dewatering, concentrating, drying and packaging to obtain sodium (potassium) bromide finished product. The sodium (potassium) bromate crude product is undergone the processes of dissolving, filtering, dewatering, concentrating, drying and packaging so as to obtain sodium (potassium) bromate finished product." -- CN1354125

  Anyone know a process similar to this one(in english)? It doesn't matter to me if it's the bromate of K or Na. The above synth is preferable because other synths involved anodes/cathodes, and I'm too lazy to build another vessel like that. But, any other synths/pat. #'s would be much appreciated! I have a bunch of bromide that I'm not using, so why not convert it to bromate? <- THF -> GHB. ;)