Answer to Question #35531 in Inorganic Chemistry for Kimin

Question #35531
why do we use sodium salts and not potassium salts in experiments
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2013-09-30T09:42:01-0400
Sodium salts often is the customer’s preferred salts because of the comparatively lower price.

Potassium salts work the same way sodium salts. Because extracting potassium salts is more costly than mining sodium salts, potassium salts are more expensive.

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