Blue or Purple. Blue or Purple.
We get from potassium burn a light violet flame.
A lila color, from potassium spectral lines.
It burns a bright orange color.
A characteristic line in the emission spectrum of potassium has this color.
Potassium will produce a purple color. In a flame test it is sometimes kind of hard to see.
Pink or violet vapours
the color of the flame produced when you burn rubidium is tha same color OS what potassium produce-the colour violet
KCl will burn a sexy purple color.
Someone told me it burns blue or purple.
Potassium chloride burns a Pink or Violet color. Source: http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/chemical/flame.html
No. Carbonates do not burn.
The color of potassium hydroxide is either a white or yellowish color. Potassium hydroxide is a precursor to most soaps and detergents.
you will get potassium bromide
Potassium is a soft, silvery metal. When used in a flame test, the potassium burns a bright pink color.