How many ions are there in Potassium?
Potassium (K+) is a simple cation ‘â€œ an ion with positive charge due to 1 more proton than total amount of electrons. It belongs to the alkali metal group, and can be found in nature as an ionic salt which is of vital importance for all living cells. 93% of the potassium produced globally is bound for fertilization. Potassium is also a fundamental element for the functioning of the human body.