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'''Potassium''' (K) is a [[liquid metal]] with a mass of 39.0983 [[atomic mass units | umas]].  
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'''Potassium''' (K) is a [[Metallic liquids |metal]] with a mass of 39.0983 [[atomic mass units | umas]].  
 
 
==Thermophysical properties  ==
 
  
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==Thermophysical properties (experimental) ==
 
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| Property <ref>[http://www.webelements.com/potassium/physics.html Potassium physical properties en webelements]  </ref>  || Temperature || Pressure
 
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| Triple point || 336.35 K  || ??
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| Triple point || 336.53 K  || ??
 
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| Critical point || ?? || ??
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| Critical point || 2223 K || ??
 
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| Melting point || 336.53 K  ||
 
| Melting point || 336.53 K  ||
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==References==
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Latest revision as of 14:05, 22 May 2009

Potassium (K) is a metal with a mass of 39.0983 umas.

Thermophysical properties (experimental)[edit]

Property [1] Temperature Pressure
Triple point 336.53 K  ??
Critical point 2223 K  ??
Melting point 336.53 K
Boiling point 1032 K

References[edit]

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