potassium is an element on the periodic table. it is an alkali metal.
The scientific name for potassium is potassium.
Potassium is a generic name. The chemical substance is potassium.
Potassium carbonate is an inorganic salt.
Potassium is in Group 1 on the periodic table, making it an Alkali metal.
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potassium is located in the family of ALKALI METAL or group 1.
Potassium is an alkali metal.
Potassium belongs to Ist A group of periodic table.
The common name for potassium nitrate is saltpeter, but I don't think potassium nitride has a common name.
potassium chloride (KCl), potassium citrate, potassium acetate, potassium bicarbonate, potassium gluconate, potassium bicarbonate
Kalium is the latin name for potassium.
No, the formal name is potassium ethanoate
The chemical name for the product of reaction between potassium and fluorine is potassium fluoride.
Potassium is the name of the element. The symbol is K.
The name implies potassium and oxygen.
KCl for Potassium Chloride.
Group 1 (alkaline metals): lithium, sodium, potassium, caesium, rubidium, francium.
Another name for potassium nitrate is saltpeter. The chemical formula os potassium nitrate is KNO₃.
Potassium (with the symbol K) has another name in Latin - kalium.
The proper name is potassium fluoride. The formula is KF.
Potassium was derived from 'potash', which was a common method of obtaining potassium carbonate.
Potassium and lithium.
No, potassium chloride has nothing to do with citric acid.
Potassium belongs to group 1 (alkali metals).