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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).
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Rhug's organic salt marsh lamb is sold at London's Borough Market as well as deli stores and restaurants around Britain and overseas.
This is achieved by quaternizing one of the nitrogen atoms in 1,10-phenanthroline using 1-bromo-tetradecane which produces N-tetradecyl-1,10-phenanthrolinium bromide organic salt. This results in an amphiphilic, serpent-like, flat head cation.
The Philippines with its thousands of islands should produce its own natural, organic salt. It should be our contribution to the world, said Johnny Khonghun of Aro-En Gourmet Salt.
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In a paper published in Nature, the team tested the process on the organic salt [(EDO-TTF).sub.2]P[F.sub.6], which changes from an insulating phase at low temperature to a conducting phase at high temperature.
The second horizontal well (N006ST well) used the organic salt drilling fluid which has a strong inhibition.
The Spice Hunter new 100 percent Organic Salt Free Grinders, aromatic and fresh, simply release a burst of flavor with just a twist.
The first component is contained an organic salt or mixture of salts such as phosphonium, sullfonium, or quaternary ammonium halides including one or more alkyl moieties.
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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. They all have the same amount of sodium."