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POTASYUM PEROKSİMONOSÜLFAT (POTASSIUM PEROXYMONOSULFATE)

POTASSIUM PEROXYMONOSULFATE
Synonyms; 
Potasyumperoksimonosülfate; Potasyum Peroksimonosülfat; potasyum monosülfat; POTASYUM PEROKSİMONOSÜLFAT; okzon; ozon; OZON; POTASSIUM PEROXY MONO SULFATI; POTASIO PEROXYMONOSULPHATE; potasyum perokzomonosülfat; potassium peroxomonosulfate; 37222-66-5; Potassium Peroxomonosulfate; Potassium monopersulfate triple salt; MFCD00040551; Oxone® Oxone; monopersulfate; PotassiumPeroxomonosulfate; DTXSID8051415; KS-00000EUF; HJKYXKSLRZKNSI-UHFFFAOYSA-I; OXONE(R); monopersulfate compound; OXONE® monopersulfate compound; Potassium monoperoxysulfate OXONE(R); AKOS015912003; AKOS030228420; SC-26713; FT-0697154; O0310; I14-35746; Potassium monopersulfate triple salt, >=47% KHSO5 basis; Potassium peroxymonosulfate; (Hydroperoxysulfonyl)oxydanide de potassium ; 10058-23-8; 233-187-4; Caroat; Kalium-(hydroperoxysulfonyl)oxidanid; Kaliumsulfodioxidanid; Monopotassium peroxymonosulfate; Oxone; Potassium (hydroperoxysulfonyl)oxidanide; Potassium hydrogen dioxidan-2-idesulfonate (1:1:1); POTASSIUM PEROXOSULFATE; Potassium sulfodioxidanide; Sulfodioxidanide de potassium; KHSO5; MFCD01941542; Peroxymonosulfuric acid, monopotassium salt; Peroxymonosulfuricacid, monopotassium salt; POTASSIUM HYDROGEN PERSULFATE; Potassium hydrogenperoxomonosulphate; potassium hydroxy sulfate; PMPS; KMPS; OXONE; CAROAT; OXONE(TM); 'CARO'S ACID'; tetrapotassium; Oxone; monopersulfate; oxido hydrogen sulfate; POTASSIUM MONOPERSULFATE

 

General description
OXONE®, monopersulfate compound is a potassium triple salt mainly used as a stable, easy to handle and nontoxic oxidant.

 

 

Application
A rapid, efficient synthesis of oxaziridines from imines using buffered OXONE has been reported. Also used to study fading of an artist′s colorants.

 

OXONE, monopersulfate compound may be used as an alternative to transition-metal oxidants for the conversion of aldehydes to carboxylic acids or esters.

Oxidant used for halogenation of α,β-unsaturated carbonyl compounds and catalytic generation of hypervalent iodine reagents for alcohol oxidation.

Oxidant used for halogenation of a,b-unsaturated carbonyl compounds and catalytic generation of hypervalent iodine reagents for alcohol oxidation.

2-Iodoxybenzenesulfonic Acid as an Extremely Active Catalyst for the Selective Oxidation of Alcohols to Aldehydes, Ketones, Carboxylic Acids, and Enones with Oxone

 

A Convenient Halogenation of α,β-Unsaturated Carbonyl Compounds with OXONE® and Hydrohalic Acid (HBr, HCl). Potassium peroxymonosulfate (Trifectant, Virkon S)
Like peracetic acid, potassium peroxymonosulfate is an oxidizing agent, and 1% solutions are high-level disinfectants that are capable of inactivation of non-enveloped viruses when contact times of 10 minutes are used.16 Thus it is suitable for inactivation of canine parvovirus and feline calicivirus. Potassium peroxymonosulfate retains some activity in the presence of organic matter. Solutions are prepared from powder and remain active for 7 days. The powder is corrosive and can cause serious skin and ocular burns, but the solution is nonirritating and less corrosive than bleach. The solution stains fabric and may damage surfaces, particularly metal, over time if rinsing is not performed.Potassium peroxymonosulfate (Trifectant; Vétoquinol, Buena, NJ) is a commonly used oxiding agent. A 1% solution is reliably bactericidal and virucidal (including nonenveloped viruses).Potassium Peroxymonosulfate.
This is the main component of Trifectant (Vetoquinol) and has broad-spectrum antibacterial and antiviral properties. Early studies on the antifungal efficacy of potassium peroxymonosulfate did not reveal good efficacy.
Potassium Peroxymonosulfate
Quick Definition:
Potassium Peroxymonosulfate, more commonly called non-chlorine shock, is a substance that can rapidly oxidize swimming pool contaminates without the use of chlorine.

 

 

What is Potassium Peroxymonosulfate in swimming pools?
Potassium peroxymonosulfate is also called MPS, or Potassium Monopersulfate. MPS does not contain chlorine, as it is a potassium salt of peroxymonosulfuric acid.

 

Potassium peroxymonosulfate is marketed as a popular non-chlorine based shock. Its primary swimming pool use is to oxidize any contaminates in the water, leaving chlorine or bromine sanitizers already present in the water to focus on sanitizing the water.

There are several advantages of using potassium peroxymonosulfate in swimming pools:

 

Since there is no chlorine added, the swimming pool is available for swimming immediately after the shock has dissolved and time has been given for the oxidation process to complete. Oxidation is usually complete in about one to two hours, versus eight or more hours for chlorine-based shock.
Chlorine use can decrease, as less chlorine is needed to oxidize organic and inorganic matter in the pool.
There are several disadvantage of using potassium peroxymonosulfate as a shock treatment in swimming pools

 

 

Chlorine tests can read incorrectly high in DPD or FAS-DPD tests, as the non-chlorine shock may show up as combined chlorine in these tests.
More expensive than chlorine-based shock products.
If adequate chlorine sanitizer levels are not maintained, then adding non-chlorine shock like MSP may increase the risk of algae growth due to possible nitrate creation from adding MPS.COMPOUND SUMMARY
Potassium Peroxomonosulfate
PubChem CID: 15793144
Structure: 
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Chemical Safety: 
Oxidizer Corrosive Irritant Health Hazard

 

 

Laboratory Chemical Safety Summary (LCSS) Datasheet
Molecular Formula: H3K5O18S4. Molecular Weight 614.8 g/mol Computed by PubChem 2.1 (PubChem release 2019.06.18)
Hydrogen Bond Donor Count 3 Computed by Cactvs 3.4.6.11 (PubChem release 2019.06.18)
Hydrogen Bond Acceptor Count 18 Computed by Cactvs 3.4.6.11 (PubChem release 2019.06.18)
Rotatable Bond Count 0 Computed by Cactvs 3.4.6.11 (PubChem release 2019.06.18)
Exact Mass 613.638755 g/mol Computed by PubChem 2.1 (PubChem release 2019.06.18)
Monoisotopic Mass 613.638755 g/mol Computed by PubChem 2.1 (PubChem release 2019.06.18)
Topological Polar Surface Area 365 Ų Computed by Cactvs 3.4.6.11 (PubChem release 2019.06.18)
Heavy Atom Count 27 Computed by PubChem
Formal Charge 0 Computed by PubChem
Complexity 239 Computed by Cactvs 3.4.6.11. 11072170 Pentapotassium;hydrogen sulfate;hydroxy sulfate;sulfate H3K5O18S4 614.8
Structure 76965676 Potassium peroxymonosulfate sulfate (K5(HSO3(O2))2(HSO4)(SO4)) H5K25O28S6+18 1622.9
Structure 90659649 Pentapotassium bis(peroxymonosulphate) bis(sulphate) H3K5O18S4 614.8
19425 Potassium Peroxymonosulfate (Dearborn X-1720) 
19426 Potassium Peroxymonosulfate (Dearborn X-1720) 
22914 Potassium peroxymonosulfate-Oxone monopersulfate 
22915 Potassium peroxymonosulfate-Oxone monopersulfate Microbiocide Crustacea Water flea Daphnia magna <24 hr 48 hr EC50 3.5 PPM
22916 Potassium peroxymonosulfate-Oxone monopersulfate Microbiocide Aquatic Plant Freshwater green algae Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata N.R. 96 hr EC50 1.0 PPM.

 

 

Animal Hygiene Cosmetics Denture cleanser bleach additive Disinfection Disinfection of drinking water Laundry Laundry Bleach Ingredient Material protection Personal Care Pool & Spa Pool & Spa Shock Oxidizer Professional Disinfection Washing- and cleaning agent industry Water Treatment.OXONETM POTASSIUM MONOPERSULFATE
KEY APPLICATIONS
Pool & Spa, Pulp & Paper, Electronics, Mining, Water Treatment, HI&I, Denture Cleaning
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Also known as KPMS or potassium peroxymonosulfate, OxoneTM is a white granular product that provides non-chlorinated oxidation in a wide variety of applications. It's safe to use in a production facility, in the environment, and even as a key ingredient in your denture cleaner!

 

Most notably, the active ingredient allows for efficient non-chlorinated oxidation as a pool shock, allowing less use of sanitizer and leaves the pool clean, clear, and swimmable nearly immediately. The powerful oxidation as a microetchant in printed circuit boards improves process control in multi-step copper etching with a predictable rate to completion. KPMS is of particular interest in metal plating and mining as it safely, economically, and conveniently oxidizes cyanide in waste streams. These key benefits of rapid rate of reaction as well as non-chlorinated oxidation has allowed repulping papers with wet strength resins to move their processes to greener methods without sacrificing production time.

 


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NAME KEY PROPERTIES DOCUMENTATION
OXONE PS-16 Oxone PS-16 known as KPMS or potassium peroxymonosulfate. OxoneTM is a white granular product that provides non-chlorinated oxidation in a wide variety of applications such as: industrial processing, pulp and paper production, waste water treatment, industrial and household cleaning, oil and gas production, and denture cleaning.Mercedes Ruiz, Yi Yang, Christian A. Lochbaum, Daniel G. Delafield, Joseph J. Pignatello, Lingjun Li, Joel A. Pedersen. Peroxymonosulfate Oxidizes Amino Acids in Water without Activation. Environmental Science & Technology 2019.Yong Feng, Po-Heng Lee, Deli Wu, and Kaimin Shih . Rapid Selective Circumneutral Degradation of Phenolic Pollutants Using Peroxymonosulfate-Iodide Metal-Free Oxidation: Role of Iodine Atoms. Environmental Science & Technology 2017.The Beauty Of Potassium Monopersulfate
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There are some who have turned to potassium monopersulfate (KMPS or MPS) as a means for shocking their pools. KMPS is a non-chlorine oxidizer, whose chemical formula is KHSO5. It is a strong oxidant with an oxidation potential of similar magnitude to that of chlorine. While it is a powerful oxidizer, there are several important points to consider about this chemical.

"KMPS is used to shock pools for a variety of reasons. Some use it to avoid using chlorine."

When chlorine is used to oxidize pool water, it reacts with bather and other organic wastes, which are primarily nitrogen based compounds, to form chloramines. These by-products have a foul odor and are considered unpleasant. KMPS also reacts with the nitrogen- based compounds introduced by bathers, but because it does not contain chlorine, does not form chloramines in its oxidation process. Actually,

 

Potassium Monopersulfate
oxidizes chloramines as well as urea, the active ingredient in urine, according to John Wojtowitc, water chemist. It reacts very slowly with ammonia. KMPS's lifetime in pool water depends on the quantity of oxidizable material. All things being equal, however, it is not nearly as sensitive to sunlight as chlorine. Unstabilized chlorine is more than 90 percent decomposed within a few hours, while KMPS is about 23 percent decomposed per hour, according to Wojtowitc.

 

One of its greatest advantages is that bathers can reenter the water a short time after it has been added - typically about 30 minutes.

 

Also, it dissolves quickly, and does not fade liners. It works well with chlorine, arguably allowing chlorine to work more efficiently as a sanitizer. Using KMPS is highly recommended for indoor pools, where there is no sunlight or wind to help break down and carry away combined chlorine. For indoor pools, shocking with KMPS is recommended about once a week.Potassium peroxymonosulfate activation leads to the formation of highly reactive species, mainly the sulfate radicals. Activated potassium peroxymonosulfate (from now on peroxymonosulfate) was tested against specific pollutants such as ammonium ion, creatinine, chlorinated creatinine products, arginine and Escherichia coli (E. coli), all constituents or derivatives of human discharges. The objective was to assess whether activated peroxymonosulfate can be a viable treatment reagent in recreational water applications. It was found that organic molecules such as creatinine, chlorinated creatinine products and arginine could be effectively treated with activated peroxymonosulfate. Ammonium ion was oxidized only by chlorine species and only in de-ionized water. Chlorine species were formed from the reaction of sulfate radicals with chloride ions. In pool water, the reaction of sulfate radicals with chloride ions and the subsequent ammonium ion oxidation were scavenged by the presence of bicarbonate ions. The Co/Peroxymonosulfate system was also shown to be an effective disinfection reagent, since 99.99% (4-log) kill of E. coli was achieved in 60 min of treatment. At the concentrations tested here, however, it is still not efficacious enough to qualify as an EPA-registered sanitizer for swimming pools (requires 6-log kill of E. coli, ATCC 11229, and Enterococcus faecium, ATCC 6569, in 30s).
Potasyum peroksimonosülfat, bir oksitleyici madde olarak yaygın şekilde kullanılır. Peroksmonosülfürik asidin potasyum tuzudur. Üçlü tuz 2KHSO₅ · KHSO₄ · K₂SO₄ daha yüksek stabiliteye sahip bir formdur. Bu bileşik için standart elektrot potansiyeli, hidrojen sülfat üreten yarı bir reaksiyonla + -1.81 V'dir.ZOVIROX içerdiği potasyum peroksimonosülfat sayesinde aktif oksijeni açığa çıkartarak microorganizmaların yapısını bozar. Bakteri mycoplasma, küf ve mantarlara karşı üstün aktivitesi vardır. Toksik ve korozif etkisi yoktur. Koku ve leke bırakmaz. Çevresel atık problemi yaratmaz. İnce toz halindedir. Suda daha kolay çözünür. Solusyonu açık pembe renklidir. Konsantre, toz formda olduğu için ekonomiktir, depolamada kolaylık sağlar. İstenildiği zaman belirlenen oranda solüsyon hazırlanıp, hemen kullanılabilir. Hava dezenfeksiyonunda kullanılır.

 

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