Potassium chloride is KCl.
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 compound is potassium chloride.
I think KCI ionic compound name is Potassium Chloride.
NaCl - sodium chloride KCl - potassium chloride
K+ + I- --> KI , potassium iodide
I'm guessing you meant KCl or potassium chloride.
K is the symbol for potassium; Br is bromine. The resulting ionic compound that is formed is potassium bromide.
The formula is for potassium chloride in water solution.
K3P, potassium phosphide
The chemical formula of potassium nitrate is KNO3.
KCl for Potassium Chloride.
BaCl2 is formed, barium chloride
Potassium Chloride in fact 2 Potassium Chloride
FeCl2 . compound's name is ferrous chloride..