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KCLPotassium Chloride
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The experimental design was completely randomized, included four replicates, and consisted of a factorial 2 x 4 design with the following treatments: two doses of banana residue [200 (R1) and 400 (R2) mg [dm.sup.-3]] corresponding to dosages of 7.5 and 15 t [ha.sup.-1], respectively, and four doses of KCl [0 (0), 167 (1), 334 (2) and 668 (3) mg [dm.sup.-3]], and a control plot (without the application of either vegetal residue or KCl).
Aluminium extracted by 1 M KCl was found to be lower as the organic matter content increased at any given pH (Thomas 1975; Hargrove and Thomas 1981).
The response of fruit weight as a function of doses of potassium chloride (KCl) and potassium sulfate ([K.sub.2]S[O.sub.4]) applied through fertigation can be explained by the active participation of K in metabolic activities relative to the synthesis and transport of carbohydrates and water to the fruits, thus favoring the increase in weight (ROMHELD; KIRBY, 2010).
In the case of fetal heart beat observation, KCL was injected; and, in the case of no heart beat detection, local MTX was used.
In the soil irrigated with non-saline water and fertilized with slow-release KCl, the electrical conductivity of the soil extract was 14.05% lower than in the treatments fertilized with conventional KCl.
Fermented model sausage preparation: The model sausage formulations were prepared with 50% reduction of NaCl or 50% substitution by KCl as shown in Table 1.
Thermal melting ([T.sub.M]) experiments were done at pH 5.4 on modified oligonucleotides in the absence or presence of KCl alone or with the dehydrating agent, acetonitrile (ACN) (Table 3).
Treatments with 50% reduction or replacement of NaCl by KCl, Ca[Cl.sub.2], and a blend of KCl and Ca[Cl.sub.2] (1: 1) were prepared as follows: control (2.5% NaCl), 50% salt reduced (1.25% NaCl, F1), 50% replaced by KCl (1.25% NaCl and 1.25% KCl, F2), 50% replaced by Ca[Cl.sub.2] (1.25% NaCl and 1.25% Ca[Cl.sub.2], F3), and 50% replaced by KCl and Ca[Cl.sub.2] (1.25% NaCl, 0.625% KCl, and 0.625 Ca[Cl.sub.2], F4).
The current case was challenged by multiple concurrent problems including the need for continuing volume support and substantial administration of both KCl and KP[O.sub.4] without rapidly correcting hyponatremia, optimization of all treatable osmotic demyelinating syndrome (ODS) risks, correction of DKA to prevent respiratory decompensation without worsening the life-threatening hypokalemia, and intermittent infusions of magnesium sulfate and calcium gluconate while anticipating and managing any significant aquaresis without derailing the planned [S.sub.Na] correction rate.
In Figure 4 it is possible to see the capillary absorption curve of red brick samples as a function of the root of time, after 1 and 2 cycles, with pure water and saturated solutions of KCl and [Na.sub.2]S[O.sub.4], for each joint type.
Rizwan, who bagged the man of the series in the Kerala Cricket League (KCL), is already eyeing a slot in the UAE national team.
The salts used were potassium chloride (KCl) (Vetec, Duque de Caxias, RJ, Brazil), magnesium chloride (Mg[Cl.sub.2]) (Nuclear, Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo State, Brazil) and calcium chloride (Ca[Cl.sub.2]) (Vetec, Duque de Caxias, Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil).