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Après le Coca + Mentos, voici les effets d'un bonbon Ours Haribo sur le Chlorate de Potassium.
31 Jan 2008
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Après la réaction Coca-Mentos, voici une nouvelle réaction encore plus impressionante entre du chlorate de potassium et des ours haribo.
31 Jan 2008
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A demonstration of the reaction between Potassium Permanganate and Glycerol.
6 Aug 2009
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A big ole pile of smoke stuff. Smoke Bomb, Sugar KNO3, Potassium Nitrate, in trouble.
14 Apr 2008
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Alright, the guy who sent this in said this was going to turn into the next Diet Coke Mentos fad. I got to admit it looks like enough of these could actually run a car but I am pretty sure most of us dont have Potassium Chlorate laying around. Still kinda cool.
17 Apr 2008
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Potassium Chlorate is a strong oxidizer. In this demonstration, it is heated and a sugar cube is then added. The reaction in the video is the result. *******www.thirstforscience**** Music: Kevin MacLeod
31 Jan 2009
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Direct Conversion of Potassium Chloride to Potassium Chlorate by Electrolysis of a Hot Solution of Potassium Chloride
31 Mar 2010
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*******www.musclecrampmedic**** offers another free report on Does Potassium Prevent Muscle Cramps. James Macdonnell has written an ebook on the causes, relief and prevention of muscle cramps.
30 Dec 2010
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BY YIQIAN ZHANG ANCHOR ANA COMPAIN-ROMERO You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy. “While Americans are watching the situation in Japan, many on the West Coast are trying to protect themselves in case of radiation fallout. People there are rushing to buy potassium iodide. It’s an over-the-counter drug that protects the thyroid from radiation.” (KRCG) In some places such as Los Angeles, the pills are sold out. But does potassium iodide even protect against radiation? A writer for medical blog WebMD says, not really. “It’s important to note that potassium iodide pills protect only the thyroid. They don’t prevent your body from taking in the radiation and don’t help prevent radiation damage to other parts of the body.” (WebMD) And a health expert tells Fox News- the risks associated with the medicine may not be worth it. “It can cause thyroid disease, it can cause allergies, it can cause stomach upset, know as you are vomiting it can cause diarrhea…” (Fox News) Regardless of whether the pills work- a health expert tells KSBW- the U.S. west coast isn’t exactly inside the radiation zone. “The evacuation zone they are moving people to is 12 miles from the nuclear plant. That’s what they are saying is a safe area. We are from five to seven thousand miles from there. Do the math.” (KSBW) But an editor for Bay Citizen argues- with all the ambiguous reports about the radiation levels, it makes sense- people are scared. “Experts we spoke to seem convinced that no matter what happens at Fukushima Daiichi, a radiation cloud blowing across the Pacific won't pose any health hazards in California. But since we don't really know exactly what level of radiation exposure might cause long-term health problems, I'm not sure I believe this.” (Bay Citizen) That editor went on to say definitive answers about radiation levels are in quote “maddeningly short supply.” Still - a BlogHer writer says that’s no reason to panic. “You can either run around like a headless chicken, hightailing it to the closest pharmacy so you can buy hundreds of bottles of potassium iodide, while you constantly wonder when the world will cave in, or you can do your best to be informed -- then take a deep breath -- and let it go.” (BlogHer) According to Google Insights, searches for “potassium iodide” and similar terms have increased more than 5,000 percent over the past week- but only in the U.S. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
19 Mar 2011
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For More Information Log On To : *******www.tsmethod****/blog/potassium-rich-foods/
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Top 10 Fruits Rich In Potassium Potassium Is An Essential Mineral That The Body Requires For A Variety Of Processes. Potassium is a mineral necessary for all living cells. It Helps Maintain Normal Blood Pressure, Transports Nutrients Into Your Cells And Supports Healthy Nerve And Muscle Function. Since The Body Can’t Produce Potassium, It Has To Come From Food. Here Are Top 10 Best Fruits That Are High In Potassium.
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Potassium and prunes are a natural constipation remedy that you can quickly use to help you get constipation relief.
15 Sep 2020
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Do you know if you have a potassium deficiency? Have you ever thought about what you need to do to have the best health? Well, it’s having the right diet where you get all the minerals, vitamins, protein, carbohydrates, essential fatty acids, and special nutrient your body needs.
27 Dec 2020
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People who intake less potassium undergo health problems like weakness and fatigue, muscle cramps, muscle aches and stiffness, numbness and mood changes. Include healthy foods that are rich in potassium to avoid above mentioned health issues. Potassium is essential mineral for all of us to enhance our body. Watch to know more!
27 Jan 2021
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