normal salt


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normal salt

[′nȯr·məl ′sȯlt]
(chemistry)
A salt in which all of the acid hydrogen atoms have been replaced by a metal, or the hydroxide radicals of a base are replaced by an acid radical; for example, Na2CO3.
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The Hastings High pupil added: "We used normal salt but that wasn't stopping cars sliding so we decided to use gritter salt near the train station.
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For soft hands: Gently apply olive oil and normal salt on your palms and the back of your hands.
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