Small, circular and sometimes spotted welts developed on my hands, and then a few days later on the sides of my thighs, and them over a course of 2 hours spread over my entire body (red, itchy, inflamed protutions of flesh). I didn't know what was wrong (and neither did my doctor). I had been drinking Diet Cherry Cokes and Diet Lime Cokes) over a period of a couple of weeks, and I guess the allergen had built up over time in my system.
What was I to do!? I was the maid of honor, and had to drive 7 hours with the groomsmen to the S.C. coast!! The night before leaving my doctor gave me a steroid shot, and a prescription for a 6 days of oral steroids. I was ALSO on Benedryl, Pepcid AC (!), and using topical medication. The shot was still taking affect the next day, and my swellings and rashes continued to spread up from my legs and to my chest, back, and eventullay to my nose and around my mouth. I looked in the mirror and was a horror of horrors. During the wedding rehearsal, I was given something that FINALLY caused the swelling to subside. What eventually helped me was simple-- (ALLEGRA)! Who would have known? If anyone else has had this reaction to Diet Cherry Coke, I'd appreciate knowing what helped them.
Potassium + Chlorine = potassium chloride
Potassium will undergo a single displacement reaction with acids.
Write the reaction when potassium sulfide is put into water:
The reaction is 2K + F2--> 2KF The product is potassium fluoride
There is no reaction
An example of elimination reaction is seen in the reaction of isobutylbromide with potassium ethoxide in ethanol. Isobutylene, ethanol and potassium bromide is the resulting reaction.
reaction potassium carbonate and phosphoric acid and use for plant
Boom A violent reaction: hydrogen and potassium hydroxide results from this reaction.
There is no reaction
Potassium + Oxygen = Potassium Oxide
A violent reaction: hydrogen and potassium hydroxide results from this reaction.
Any chemical reaction, only the dissolution of potassium nitrate in water.
It is a synthesis, or combination reaction. It produces potassium oxide. The balanced equation for that reaction is:4K + O2 --> 2K2O.
potassium + oxygen --> potassium oxide
potassium bromide + fluorine --> potassium fluoride + bromide
The potassium reacts with the water to form potassium hydroxide and hydrogen gas. The reaction is very exothermic, and the hydrogen explodes during the reaction. THIS IS A VERY DANGEROUS REACTION! DO NOT ATTEMPT IT ON YOUR OWN!
potassium hydroxide and hydrogen
Potassium reacts violently and swiftly water.
What is the reaction between potassium sulfide and iron II chloride?
No - there would be a reaction though if Chlorine and Potassium Iodide were mixed
the reaction between bleach anb potassium iodide is KI+NaCl2--->KCl2+NaI