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|Molar mass||196.157 g/mol|
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Potassium aluminate is an inorganic compound with the formula KAlO2, which in aqueous solution exists as K[Al(OH)4]. It is used as a dyeing and printing mordant, as a paper sizing, as an accelerant in the setting of concrete.
Potassium aluminate can be used to produce Potassium alum with Sulfuric acid in this reaction.
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