K = potassium = bananas

via Learn Egg

Do you remember having to memorize the chemical elements? Did you have a visual chart like this to help you make connections between the symbols and objects most associated with the elements?

K in Japanese is カリウム but in English it’s potassium, and according to Wikipedia, sometimes doctors, pharmacists, and nutritionists use ポタシアム. Do you know of any other differences?

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