Two atoms of potassium in a compound

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  • dipotassium — di·po·tas·sium .dī pə tas ē əm adj containing two atoms of potassium in a molecule …   Medical dictionary

  • dipotassium — di·potassium …   English syllables

  • dipotassium — |dī+ adjective Etymology: di + potassium : containing two atoms of potassium in the molecule …   Useful english dictionary

  • Dipotassium phosphate — Dipotassium phosphate …   Wikipedia

  • Dipotassium guanylate — Other names 5 Guanosine monophosphate dipotassium salt; 5 Guanylic acid dipotassium salt; E628 …   Wikipedia

  • dipotassium phosphate — SYN: potassium phosphate. * * * di·po·tas·si·um phos·phate (di″po tasґe əm) dibasic potassium phosphate; see under potassium …   Medical dictionary

  • clorazepate dipotassium — a benzodiazepines drug used to relieve anxiety, tension, and agitation. It is administered by mouth; side effects can include dizziness, digestive upsets, blurred vision, and, occasionally, drowsiness. Trade name: Tranxene. * * * clor·az·e·pate… …   Medical dictionary

  • E628 — Dipotassium guanylate (Miscellaneous » Food) …   Abbreviations dictionary

  • E632 — Dipotassium inosinate (Miscellaneous » Food) …   Abbreviations dictionary

  • E number — This article is about the food additive codes. For other uses, see E number (disambiguation). E numbers are number codes for food additives that have been assessed for use within the European Union (the E prefix stands for Europe ).[1] They are… …   Wikipedia

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