yellow salt


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yellow salt

[′yel·ō ′sȯlt]
(inorganic chemistry)
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He said locals had been spotted pulling up to yellow salt bins, placed in danger hotspots, and filling bags with the grit, presumably for their own streets or driveways.
"Red salt" Ketchup "White salt" Table salt "Black salt" Soy sauce "Yellow salt" Mustard "Pink salt" Processed meats "Green salt" Pickles, Parsley flakes "Brown salt" Soups and Gravies
Blue and yellow salt crystals (iron sulphate containing magnesium) on the surface of the salt migration columns accompanied the increase in conductivity.