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Potassium Chloride

Potassium chloride (KCI) is a chemical compound of potassium and chlorine. It's considered a halide salt, which means that it contains a halogen atom and is crystalline in structure.

Potassium chloride can be mined from a mineral known as sylvite or extracted from salt water. It's a byproduct when nitric acid is made from potassium nitrate and hydrochloric acid.

Potassium chloride is the main positive ion inside the body's cells and is needed for normal bodily functions. It's found in electrolyte compounds along with sodium, calcium, magnesium, hydrogen phosphate, and hydrogen carbonate, and helps restore the body's electrolyte and water levels as a way to help prevent and treat dehydration.

In too great a dose, potassium can be dangerous and cause death, hence it use as one of the three drugs administered in cases of lethal injection and during abortion procedures to stop the heart of the fetus.
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Potassium Chloride Information (Added on 1/4/2011)

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