What is the chemical formula for potassium chloride?

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The chemical formula for potassium chloride is (KC-l). Potassium chloride is an essential chemical of the body for muscle contraction and nerve function. KC-l is actually an inorganic salt.
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This is not a valid reaction since Ba can not displace K from its compound above because it is less reactive than K.
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KCl + Ba(SO4) → NR (no reaction) Potassium and chloride don't react, and BaSO4 does not dissolve. Only the opposite reaction would take place: Sulfate and barium from other sources
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