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potassium plus water gives potassium hydroxide plus hydrogen gas

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Potassium + Water = Potassium Hydroxide + Hydrogen


Potassium plus Water gives Potassium Hydroxide plus Hydrogen


AnswerPotassium + Water = Potassium Hydroxide + HydrogenThis is the Chemical Equation also2K + 2H2O ---> 2KOH + H2




Equation: H2SO4 + 2KOH = K2SO4 + 2H2O In words: Sulphuric acid and potassium hydroxide yield potassium sulfate and water.


potassium hydroxide + sulphuric acid -> potassium sulphate + water


Nitric acid and potassium hydroxide react to form waterand potassium nitrate.


Potassium + Oxygen = Potassium Oxide


Hydrocloric acid plus potassium hydroxide makes potassium chloride plus water.


You should get two compounds. Potassium Hydrate = H2OK and Sodium Hydrate = H2ONa



Word Equation: potassium carbonate + sulphuric acid = potassium sulphate + water + carbon dioxide the balanced chemical equation is: K2CO3 + H2SO4 = K2SO4 H2O + CO2


Potassium + Chlorine --> Potassium Chloride (potassium plus chlorine arrow potassium chloride)



Lithium + water = lithium hydroxide + hydrogen Sodium + water = Sodium hydroxide + hydrogen Potassium + water = Potassium hydroxide + hydrogen




There is no chemical reaction between potassium nitrate and water. Potassium nitrate dissolves in water, which is a physical change.


Any chemical reaction, only the dissolution of potassium nitrate in water.


Potassium iodide does not react with water; it only dissolves. The equation for this is KI(s) --> K+(aq) + I-(aq).



Potassium carbonate plus hydrochloric acid equals potassium chloride plus carbon dioxide plus water.


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Hydrochloric Acid + Potassium Hydroxide = Potassium Chloride + Water



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