potassium carbonate definition by Webster's New World
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a strongly alkaline, white, crystalline compound, KCO, used in the manufacture of soap and glass, in medicine, etc.
potassium carbonate definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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A transparent, white, deliquescent, granular powder, K2CO3, used in making glass, enamels, and soaps. Also called potash.
potassium carbonate - Medical Definition
A transparent, white, deliquescent, granular powder used in making soaps. Also called potash.