Baco3 is soluble in water, and the solution is flammable. If a small amount of baco3 is dissolved in water, it will form an explosive solution.
Baco3 is the chemical name for barium carbonate. Barium carbonate is a white powder that dissolves readily in water. It’s often used as an ingredient in fireworks to create smoke trails that are colored by trace amounts of other elements such as strontium nitrate or copper oxide.
Barium carbonate can also be used as an ingredient in toothpaste, food coloring and glassmaking. It’s also used to make enamels and glazes on ceramics, metal alloys and bricks.
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Last modified: September 7, 2022