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We experiment with a variety of different reducing agents to prepare chlorine dioxide gas from potassium chlorate in an acid solution, with some surprisingly positive results.
We have a second attempt at making potassium permanganate and this time try the reaction using a stronger oxidising agent, sodium chlorate.
We demonstrate how to prepare potassium iodate starting with elemental iodine and potassium chlorate as the oxidising agent.
Starting with potassium chlorate, we perform a thermal disproportionation reaction and convert it into potassium perchlorate. We then test the oxidising properties by reacting the starting material and product with red phosphorus.
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