The formula is KCl. This is an ionic compound consisting of equal numbers of potassium cations and chloride anions.
Potassium chloride is KCl.
KCl is the formula for Potassium Chloride. The reaction is: 2K + Cl2 -----> 2KCl
K2S is the formula for the ionic compound formed from potassium and sulfur.
The chemical formula for the compound formed between potassium and iodine is KI (potassium iodide).
When only potassium and oxygen, the compound usually formed has the formula K2O. Under certain conditions, a compound with formula K2O2 can also be formed.
The formula for the ionic compound barium chloride is BaCl2.
The ionic compound potassium bromide, with formula KBr.
Calcium chloride has the formula CaCl2.
lithium chloride LiCl
Potassium is K and Phosphorous is P. A compound formed from them is Potassium Phosphide which is K3P
This chemical compound is calcium chloride - CaCl2.
K2O aka potassium oxide
K is the symbol for potassium; Br is bromine. The resulting ionic compound that is formed is potassium bromide.
The compound is a salt, CaCl2 (calcium chloride), which is formed by ionic bonds.
The chemical formula of potassium sulfide is K2S; the subscript for potassium is 2.
I'm thinking K+ (potassium) + Cl- (chloride, which is the ionic form of chlorine gas) makes KCl (Potassium Chloride). Hoping that is what you were looking for.
The chemical formula for the compound formed by calcium ions and chloride ions is CaCl2.
The chemical formula of magnesium chloride is MgCl2.
The chemical formula of potassium nitrate is KNO3.
CaCl2 calcium chloride
Barium chloride is the compound which is highly soluble in water.
BaCl2 is formed, barium chloride
Sodium chloride is a salt, a product of a neutralization reaction; the chemical formula is NaCl.