Welcome to London Chemicals & Resources Ltd, we are a highly specialist Potassium Vanadate powder stockist. We deliver to our customers in quantities ranging from single bags or drums to thousands of tonnes. Transportation by air, sea, rail and truck can be arranged and all deliveries are made according to the latest INCOTERMS.
Working closely with several producer principals around the world, quality, consistency and reliability are all important watchwords for LCR ensuring that our customers return again and again.
Our experienced, friendly and knowledgeable staff at LCR are familiar with relevant legislation, transport procedures and documentation including REACH, SDSs and ADR.
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Potassium Vanadate, also known as Potassium Metavanadate, is a white crystalline compound composed of potassium and vanadium. Its empirical formula is KVO3 and it has a molecular weight of 138.04 g/mol. It can be synthesized by the reaction of potassium hydroxide with vanadium pentoxide or by reacting sodium metavanadate with potassium chloride.
Physical and Chemical Properties
Potassium Vanadate has a melting point of 520°C and is soluble in water. It is an amphoteric oxide, meaning that it can act as both an acid and a base depending on the pH of its environment. It is also hygroscopic, meaning that it absorbs moisture from the atmosphere.
Potassium Vanadate has many applications in various fields such as electronics, catalysis and material sciences. In electronics, it can be used to manufacture transistors due to its semiconducting properties. In catalysis, it can be used as an oxidizing agent in organic synthesis reactions. In material sciences, it can be used as an electrolyte for lithium-ion batteries due to its high ionic conductivity.
In addition, research studies have shown that Potassium Vanadate can be used to create hydrogen fuel cells with improved efficiency compared to traditional fuel cells using platinum catalysts. Furthermore, it has been studied for its potential use in photocatalytic water splitting for hydrogen production under visible light irradiation due to its ability to absorb light energy efficiently at different wavelengths.
London Chemicals & Resources Ltd (LCR) is an international distributor, stockist and supplier of industrial inorganic chemicals. We hold several agencies and serve a global customer base both directly and via a network of local agents. LCR is committed to providing efficient service and competitive pricing to all customers.
Raw materials are supplied for a wide range of applications including the battery, catalyst, ceramic, fertiliser, glass, plating, refinery, superalloy and other industries. Our materials are usually packed in drums or bags in accordance with UN, CLP and other applicable local and international regulations.
Who Are We?
London Chemicals & Resources Ltd (LCR) operates globally, processing non-ferrous metal-containing secondaries and distributing a range of metal salts and alloys which, in many cases, are recycled from these secondaries.
We hold exclusive agencies from Full Yield Industry Co Limited based in Taiwan and AGR-CR based in Spain. LCR source more than 90% of the spent catalysts and other feedstocks processed at Full Yield and represent them exclusively for sales of vanadium, molybdenum and nickel chemicals.
We also represent a completely new processing plant; AGR-CR treating spent catalysts and other secondaries and scheduled to start commercial operations in Q1, 2020. LCR offers commercially competitive recycling options with an emphasis on environmentally sound management. Our experienced, friendly and knowledgeable staff are familiar with relevant legislation, transport procedures and documentation including trans-frontier notifications; REACH, SDSs and ADR. Quality, consistency and reliability are all important watchwords for LCR ensuring that our customers return again and again.
We are regularly purchasing and recycling secondaries containing cobalt, copper, molybdenum, nickel, tungsten, vanadium and zinc found typically in boiler ashes and slags, catalysts spent – unused or out of date, drosses, dusts, filter cakes, furnace dust, galvanic solution residues, grindings and grinding sludges, metallics, shavings, metal powders, picking solutions, plating sludges, production wastes, residues, skimmings, sludges, wastewater treatment residues.
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