Atom Diagrams: Potassium Atom

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Potassium's atomic number is 19, which is the number of protons in the nucleus. In a neutral atom, the number of protons also equals the number of electrons. So a neutral potassium atom has 19 electrons. It has a positive charge. A common form is a monatomic ion.

Potassium's atomic number is 19, which is the number of protons in the nucleus. In a neutral atom, the number of protons also equals the number of electrons. So a neutral potassium atom has 19 electrons. It has a positive charge. A common form is a monatomic ion.

Atom Diagrams: Potassium Atom

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Atom Diagrams: Potassium Atom

potassium+atom | Bohr Model of Potassium]

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MIT researchers chilled a gas of sodium potassium 500 nanokelvin. (The smaller sphere is the sodium atom and the larger sphere is the potassium atom.)

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MIT researchers chilled a gas of sodium potassium 500 nanokelvin. (The smaller sphere is the sodium atom and the larger sphere is the potassium atom.

potassium+atom | Bohr Model of Potassium]

potassium+atom | Bohr Model of Potassium]

MIT researchers have successfully cooled a gas of sodium potassium (NaK) molecules to a temperature of 500 nanokelvin. In this artist's illustration, the NaK molecule is represented with frozen spheres of ice merged together: the smaller sphere on the left represents a sodium atom, and the larger sphere on the right is a potassium atom.

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