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What is acesulfame-k made of?

Acesulfame K (synonyms: Acesulfam K; Potassium salt of  6-methyl-1, 2,3-oxathiazine-4(3H)-one-2,3-dioxide; Potassium salt of  3,4-dihydro-6-methyl-1,2,3-oxathiazin (MORE)

What has potassium?

Foods high in potassium: Food/serving size/potassium in mg Apricots, dried | 10 halves | 407 / Avocados, raw | 1 ounce | 180 / Bananas, raw | 1 cup | 594 / Beets, cooked | 1 c (MORE)

What is potassium?

Potassium is an element, atomic number 19 and the symbol K. Because the pure alkali metal oxidizes rapidly in air and water, it is normally found as an ionic salt. Potassium i (MORE)

Who discovered potassium and when was potassium discovered?

sir humprhy davy discovered it in 1807 by running an electrical current through some potash (pot-ash) which melted it making potassium Pot ash is made by burning plant leaves (MORE)