K2O + H2O --> 2K+ + 2OH- The water turns to basic.
Acid + Alkali -> Salt + Water For this case, Hydrochloric acid + Potassium hydroxide -> Potassium chloride + water HCl + KOH -> KCl + H2O
Solid, pure, potassium metal will react violently with water to form hydrogen gas. Often this hydrogen gas will ignite causing a flame and sometimes an explosion.
according to the amount we put the change from dark purple to pink color
it makes potassium permanganate with water and glycine...
Your products will be Potassium nitrate and silver chloride
it fizzles and swims around for a bit but then lights up like a sparkler its really cool
When clhlorine is added to silver nitrate a milky white precipitate of Silver Chloride is formed. Potassium nitrate is also formed. When chlorine is added to potassium chloride nothing visible happens but the solutiuon become more acidic.
In water, it forms bright pink or purple solutions. It is used in water treatment because it is highly oxidizing, and has an antiseptic, antibacterial action.
no reaction/no change
when siver nitrate is added with potassium iodide ,siver combines with iodide and form silver iodide and potassium combines with nitrate ion and form potassium nitrate
The minerals that are added to water vary depending on the company who is bottling the water. Added minerals can include magnesium sulfate and potassium chloride.
There is 2.5mg of potassium in 8 oz of Smart Water. It is added for taste, not to replenish potassium lost through intense exercise/ exertion.
They explode and combust.
it fizzes about on the surfaces
When a cooled saturated potassium nitrate solution is added to water, the concentration of the potassium nitrate decreases making it less likely that he substance will precipitate out of solution.
Well, what happens is that it burns and creates a stink