simple salt

simple salt

[′sim·pəl ′sȯlt]
(chemistry)
One of four classes of salts in a classification system that depends on the character of completeness of the ionization; examples are NaCl, NaHCO3, and Pb(OH)Cl.
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The steak is very well marbled and delicious grilled with a simple salt and pepper rub.
Among his topics are basic thermodynamic relations for analyzing a fluid/fluid interface, the surface tension of pure water at air/water and oil/water interfaces, the surface tension of simple salt solutions, adsorption from mixed electrolyte solutions, and aqueous solutions of zwitterionic amino acids.
It is onions or potatoes, a pinch of simple salt, the wealth of melting butter, it is obvious, it stays in the back of your throat like a truth you never uttered because the time was always wrong
The committee's Dr Sarah Branch said: "The use of these types of drips has fallen in the last year because of published evidence which shows that there is an increased risk associated with the use of hydroxyethyl starch products compared with simple salt solutions.
They have spoken to around 200 of the 700 people on their list, in connection with 40 suspected poisonings between July 1 and July 16, in which drips containing saline, a simple salt water solution, were contaminated with insulin.
A For a simple salt and pepper chicken, prawn or squid, mix cornflour with plenty salt and pepper before deep or shallowfrying the ingredients in oil.
The hope is that one day a simple salt signal might turn out to be useful in coaxing human appendages to regrow.
During the new process, the palladium catalyst removes a group of atoms called a triflate attached to the aromatic compound, then replaces it with a fluorine atom taken from a simple salt, such as cesium fluoride.
Water by itself or with simple salt tablets is really dangerous.
When I first started out in taxidermy I used a simple salt and alum recipe that Mr.
The electrolyte between the electrodes was, until recently, a relatively simple salt in a solvent," says MacFarlane.
This is a simple salt, first cousin to ordinary salt, which acts by replacing part of the sodium in the body.