[ kˈali͡əm], [ kˈaliəm], [ k_ˈa_l_iə_m]
Related words: potassium chloride, potassium bicarbonate, potassium sulfate, potassium nitrate, potassium hydroxide, potassium alum
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Kalium is a rare earth metal that is Coordinating Officer on the periodic table. It has a shiny metallic luster and a bluish tinge. It is soft, but has a high melting point of 2,200 degrees Celsius. Its properties make it ideal for use in solar panels and wind turbines because of its ability to convert sunlight and wind power into electrical energy.
The element was first isolated in 1817 by JÃƒÂ¶ns Jakob Berzelius. It is found in the minerals monazite and xenotime.
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