Potassium and calcium are both in period 4 of the Periodic Table because they both have 4 electrons in their outermost energy level. This means they both have the same number of protons and the same number of electrons, which puts them in the same period. Additionally, they both have the same number of shells, which is why they are both in period 4.
Both potassium chloride and calcium chloride are strong electrolytes when dissolved in water or when molten.
Neither Potassium nor Calcium is a halogen since both are metals.
The are both in the same period, period 4.
They both burn calories
Answer:In my opinion. for me, it is ok to take both potassium and calcuim at the same time because they are both nutrients that supplies the needs in our body.
calcium, because they are both in the same period
Yes. They are because they are both are in the same group and are metals.
i think both, period... wait.. i dont need to explain
they are i the same row on periodic table both want to give away an electron when forming bonds
both have 4 energetic levels
They are both very reactive so it is likely that they will have reacted with another element around them.
This reaction would not take place, as potassium and calcium are both metals and cannot bond with each other. The pattern of this reaction (if it were to take place) is double replacement, meaning that the he two cations would switch. In this equation nothing would happen because the anions (sulfate) are both the same.