The levels of radioactive cesium and potassium were elevated, and the source was unmistakable.
The summertime staple is also a good source of potassium, vitamin A and vitamin C. 2.
It takes around 48 hours for a patient poisoned with potassium to die, which gave Poggiali plenty of distance from the deaths.
Feel good about using cottage cheese as a dip because it delivers calcium, quality protein and potassium.
Sorghum is high in sugar, but it also has impressive levels of potassium, iron, calcium, and magnesium.
His most recent work was done with a potassium cell with walls of fused quartz, perfected after many trial attempts.
The best remedy is probably a solution of sulphuret of potassium.
Apply iodine, or iodide of potassium, and give it internally, and try artificial respiration.
I must have a course of shower-baths and of bromide of potassium.
Silver bromide is extensively used in photography, and the bromides of sodium and potassium are used as drugs.
potassium po·tas·si·um (pə-tās'ē-əm)
A soft, highly or explosively reactive metallic element that occurs in nature only in compounds and is found in or converted to a wide variety of salts used especially in fertilizers and soaps. Atomic number 19; atomic weight 39.098; melting point 63.28°C; boiling point 759°C; specific gravity 0.862; valence 1. Also called kalium.
A soft, highly reactive, silvery-white metallic element of the alkali group occurring in nature only in compounds. It is essential for the growth of plants and is used especially in fertilizers and soaps. Atomic number 19; atomic weight 39.098; melting point 63.65°C; boiling point 774°C; specific gravity 0.862; valence 1. See Periodic Table.