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The biggest use for potassium chloride is in making commercial fertilizer, but it is also used by the pharmaceutical industry, in food and in other industrial uses. Transparency Market Research states that the worldwide ... More »

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Some uses for potassium chloride are to reverse low blood potassium levels and as a fertilizer. It is also a substitute for sodium chloride in water-softening systems and for people who are concerned about their intake o... More »

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Potassium chloride is dangerous when taken in large doses, when taken with certain other drugs and when taken by people with certain conditions such as liver or kidney problems. Potassium chloride is a colorless and odor... More »

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Saltpeter, or potassium nitrate, is used as a food preservative and additive. It is also used for fertilizer and is a large component of gunpowder. It is also used as an oxidizing agent for rockets and fireworks. More »

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As a dietary supplement, potassium chloride tablets are available from VitaminLife through retailers such as Walmart and in the form of potassium gluconate by various vitamin and dietary supplement retailers. The tablets... More »

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Visually, potassium nitrate (KNO3) and potassium chloride (KCl) may be difficult to differentiate because they both appear as colorless or white crystals. However, the two compounds may be distinguished from each other b... More »

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KCl, potassium chloride, is a compound made up of the alkali metal potassium and chlorine, and it is soluble in water. In an aqueous solution, KCl separates into K+ and Cl- ions. More »

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