Some chem notes from earlier in the term and yes the highlighter bled through the paper. i have a chem test on tuesday and idk how to feel about it... its literally measurement and material from previous years but so far, i haven't been doing as well as i usually do in chem🙃 i've had 2 extra days to the weekend too but i'm spending tomorrow touring a prospective university ✨ and i chose to go to dance so i won't be studying tomorrow haha
edit: repost because there was no caption the first time😒
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Alchemy (part 272) □
human ingredients (part 22)
this is a 2nd symbol for potassium, an element which makes up .4% of the human body by mass.
technically this is a symbol for something called "potash" but the element potassium was actually named after potash so it makes sense to use as a symbol.
potash are the ashes of plants soaked in a p*t of water in order to extract water soluble potassium or potassium compounds, the use of of which dates back atleast to ad 500 in the manufacturing of glass and soap.
potassium was discovered in 1807 by sir humphry davy who derived it from and named it after potash.
the modern chemical symbol for potassium is the letter k because it stands for the latin word "kalium" which, again, means potash. □
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