common salt


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common salt

[¦käm·ən ′sȯlt]
(mineralogy)
(inorganic chemistry)
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The basal diet was prepared according to the formulation of Reyes (2012) and consisted of 30% fish meal, 21% soy meal, 16.7% corn meal, 2% fish oil, 0.5% soybean oil, 0.5 % corn oil, 22% rice powder, 3% sugar cane molasses, 2% zeolite, 1% soy lecithin, 1% common salt and 0.3% vitamins and minerals.
All infants were reevaluated after 1 week and 3 weeks to see the effect of common salt on umbilical granuloma.
Whereas common salt application is not associated with the above said complications and easy to apply (9, 10, 11, 12) In our study we procured copper sulphate commercially available goldsmiths and is also devoid with complications with the said 10 minutes contact time over umbilical granuloma of This study address the successful treatment of umbilical granuloma with a single local application of copper sulphate with less recurrence rate than with that of common salt (Table/ Cooking salt) local application.
Nadeem Khan said that reduction in weight, daily brisk walk of at least two kilometres and avoid in taking common salt is necessary for any person.
It contains only 50 percent the sodium of common salt, yet is taste-identical.
She won't settle for any common salt. As if the subtle flavors weren't enough, she sprinkled metallic dust from Manhattan to make the plate shine.
"If the source of poisoning is known and inducing vomiting allowed, administer common salt in warm water to a conscious victim," she said.
Commercial sodium chloride (common salt) was weighed into 3g, 6g, and 12g and dissolved in 100ml distilled water in sterile 250ml conical flasks, respectively, to make different concentrations of the brine solutions and each filtered through 0.45 micron millipore filtration units (Millipore, USA) ready for experiments.
a high percentage of sodium chlorides (common salt) could cause gastric cancer, osteoporosis, kidney stones and Alzheimer disease."
Ghana is endowed with commercial quantities of common salt, which have not been fully exploited to effectively contribute to the country's economic growth.
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., 1999; Gelabert et al., 2003; Jimenez-Colmenero et al., 2005; Ruusunen et al., 2005; Guardia et al., 2008; Lopez-Lopez et al., 2009).
The high chemical requirements mainly relate to the use of electrolytes, generally common salt or Glauber's salt.