What Is Potassium Chloride Used for?

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Making Potassium Chloride is fairly simple. It can be made from salt water by crystallization It can also be seen as a residue from reaction between HCl, Potassium Nitrate and Nitric Acid. Potassium Chloride is used as a table salt substitute. It is also used to make fertilizers.
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1. React potassium metal directly with chlorine gas. (Do not actually carry out this reaction. It is dangerous and can be understood without doing so.). In the reaction, the electropositive
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Chlorine. Potassium Chloride's molecular formula is KCl. Which is one atom of Potassium, and one atom of Chlorine.
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Potassium chloride occurs naturally as sylvite, and it can be extracted from sylvinite. It is also extracted from salt water and can be manufactured by crystallization from solution
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n. A colorless crystalline solid or powder, KCl, used widely in fertilizers and in the preparation of most potassium compounds. Also called potash muriate , potassium muriate .
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