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Potassium

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Chelbe Feuerhelm

on 30 October 2014

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Transcript of Potassium

Potassium
Potassium can be found...
Extra Facts
Burning potassium floats in water that exposes it to atmospheric oxygen

Potassium hydroxide is a strong alkali that causes skin burns

Potassium is a light metallic element that forms many important compounds and is essential for human nutrition

Potassium has a valance of 1
Potassium Metal is a silvery gray color.
Potassium metal was first discovered in England, in the year of 1807, by Sir Humphry Davy. He has discovered sodium and calcium, strontium, barium and magnesium. He named chlorine also, which was discovered by Carl Wilhelm Scheele
Potassium can also be found in bananas. Potassium is also good for muscle cramps.
Chemical Properties of Potassium
Potassium's boiling point- 1,398°F (758.8°C)

Melting point- 146.1°F (63.38°C)
Atomic mass: 39.0983
Atomic Number 19
Symbol K
Potassium is bae
Atomic number: 19
Density 0.89 g/cm3
Potassium is a nonmagnetic metal
Potassium has 20 neutrons and 19 protons
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