Potassium-chloride meaning

A colorless crystalline solid or powder, KCl, used widely in fertilizers and in the preparation of most potassium compounds.
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A colorless, crystalline salt, KCl, used in fertilizers, as a source of potassium salts, etc.
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A white crystalline solid or powder used widely in fertilizers and in the preparation of most potassium compounds. It occurs naturally as the mineral sylvite. A unique property of potassium chloride is that it is more soluble in hot water, but less soluble in cold water, than sodium chloride is. Chemical formula: KCl.
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(inorganic chemistry) The potassium salt of hydrochloric acid, KCl; it is used as a fertilizer, and in lethal injections.
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