common salt


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Synonyms for common salt

a white crystalline solid consisting mainly of sodium chloride (NaCl)

white crystalline form of especially sodium chloride used to season and preserve food

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The effects of common salt were evaluated 1 week and 3 weeks following the last application.
Common salt (NaCl) was the agent used to mitigate stress in the Astyanax altiparanae fingerlings, in two consecutive experiments (salinity tolerance and transport simulation).
The babies enrolled were divided into 2 groups and 44 infants were included in copper sulphate group and 40 infants in common salt group.
These results are consistent with traditional known antibacterial effects of common salt for preserving food.
With products like Pentair's IntelliChlor salt chlorine generator, customers get perfectly chlorinated water utilizing common salt.
An attempt to reduce the common salt or sodium content in meat products have been made by various workers in different meat products (Ruusunen et al.
The high chemical requirements mainly relate to the use of electrolytes, generally common salt or Glauber's salt.
WHEN jellies refuse to set in reasonable time, stand the mould in cold water to which a large handful of common salt has been added.
EO water is produced by the electrolysis of soft tap water containing common salt (NaCI).
Sodium chloride also known as table salt, rock salt, common salt or halite is a mineral composed primarily of sodium and chlorine.
Other common salt tolerant plants at Sites 1 to 4 on drier saline ground are Cressa cretica, Alhagigraecorum and Tamarix sp.
Tata Chem's strong business risk profile is supported by its diverse revenue streams; the company's operations are spread across the soda ash, fertilisers (urea and complex), cement, and common salt segments.
Extraction fluid Category Examples DI Water 10% Acetic acid Monobasic weak acids Vinegar 10% Citric acid Polybasic weak acids Lemon juice, orange juice 1% and 5% Strong acids Acid bleach, battery acid, Hydrochloric acid Coca-Cola 10% Magnesium Multivalent salts Epsom salts, cream of tartar sulfate 2% and 10% Monovalent salts Common salt, borax Sodium chloride
replacement of common salt by a novel sodium-reduced, potassium-, magnesium-, and l-lysine HCl-enriched salt, both in home kitchens and in the food industry.
Common salt may be made radioactive, and suitable instruments can follow its movements through the human body.