Potassium By: Presley De Hay

The element symbol for Potassium is K.
The atomic number is #19.
The number of protons are 19. The number of neutrons are 20, and the number of electrons are 19
The atomic mass is 39.098 a.m.u.
Potassium is often seen in the form of a solid.
It was discovered in 1807, by a man named Humphry Davy.
It is often used in fertilizers, manufactured glass, detergents and liquid soaps, as well as pharmaceuticals or saline drips.


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