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Transcript of Parker Potassium
Project By : John Shute
Period : 1
His name is Parker Potassium. His nickname is K if you didn't know. He born in 1807. He weighed 39.0983 and was 19 tall. He is of the Alkili metal race. The person who delivered Parker was Doctor Sir Humphrey Davy. (the doctor part is not in his actual name & it was just for the heck of it) Parkers gender is a solid. He was born in England. When he is angry he is 1398 F (boiling point) and when he is relaxed he is 146.08 F (melting point).
My Element :
Protons : 19
Neutrons : 20
Electrons : 19
Potassium Bohr Model
Potassium is used in potassium supplements because of potassium deficiency caused by kidney disease and gastrointestinal disease because of vomiting and diarrhea. Potassium is also used in electrolytes and other sport drinks like Gatorade, Powerade, & Apple-A-Day electrolytes. Potassium is also in bananas, avocados, & white mushrooms.
Career of Element
Address : 4 Davy Drive
Brothers and Sisters : Lithium, Sodium, Rubidium, Cesium, & Francium
Family Name : Alkali Metal
Go Bananas! Go Potassium!
Hey, Hey - OK! Eat Bananas today.
Parker Potassium's Family
Despicable Me 2 - Banana Song
I help to make a banana smoothie,
It tastes great, isn't that groovy?
I can make tons and tons of electrolytes,
I classify into alkali metal,
I am nineteeth on the periodic table,
Look it up, it's not a fablel.
Parker Potassium Body