The chemical formula for the compound formed between potassium and iodine is KI (potassium iodide).
This compound is potassium sulfide - K2S.
The chemical formula of potassium sulfide is K2S; the subscript for potassium is 2.
The chemical formula of potassium cyanide is KCN.
The chemical formula of potassium bromide is KBr.
The formula is KBr.
Formula: [K+][I-]The chemical formula for potassium iodide is KI.
K3P is the chemical formula. The name of this compound it potassium phosphide.
K2CO3 is the chemical formula. The name of this compound is potassium carbonate.
The chemical formula of potassium iodide is KI.
This compound is potassium perchlorate.
This is the chemical formula of potassium nitride.
Potassium and bromine form the ionic compound potassium bromide with the chemical formula KBr.
The potassium bromide is an ionic compound.
Potassium wouldn't have a chemical formula as its not a compound, its an element by itself, represented by the symbol K. A chemical formula with potassium in it would be something like potassium iodide (KI) or potassium oxide (K20).
KI is the chemical formula of potassium iodide.This an ionic compound containing potassium and iodine.
The ionic compound potassium bromide, with formula KBr.
the chemical formula for potassium and Oxygen is: K2O Because Potassium has a charge of 1+. And Oxygen has a charge of 2- Hope this helps!
Potassium oxides are: K2O, K2O2, KO2.
Potassium carbonate, K2CO3, is a compound.
the difference is that the formula does not have the same categories as the chemical compound does