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organic salt

[ȯr′gan·ik ′sȯlt]
(organic chemistry)
The reaction product of an organic acid and an inorganic base, for example, sodium acetate (CH3COONa) from the reaction of acetic acid (CH3COOH) and sodium hydroxide (NaOH).
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The Philippines with its thousands of islands should produce its own natural, organic salt.
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In the new study, which was funded by the US Department of Energy, Hla's team examined synthesized molecules of a type of organic salt, (BETS)2-GaCl4, placed on a surface of silver.
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In an experiment on a mixture of water, surfactant (soap) and an organic salt, two researchers from the Pritchard Fluid Mechanics Laboratory at Penn State show that a rigid object like a knife passes through the mixture at slow speeds as if it were a liquid, but rips it up as if it were a rubbery solid when the knife moves rapidly.
SFR 100 high-viscosity silicone fluid may be used as a flame retardant in polyolefins and needs no antimony oxide when compounded properly with a Group IIA metal organic salt and other ingredients.
Dr Susan Jebb, head of nutrition and health research at the Medical Research Council in Cambridge, said: "There is no nutritional benefit to rock, sea salt or organic salt.
The principle is that there is no such thing as organic water or organic salt.
I play music to get myself in the party mood and I prefer to take a bath instead of a shower as it feels more luxurious and allows me time to wallow in some deliciously-scented bath oils or organic salt scrubs.