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common salt

Another name for the type of salt that is typically used to flavor food. If there's no common salt on the table, my uncle will inevitably ask for it, as he adds salt to everything he eats. Be sure to add some common salt to the roast before putting it in the oven.
See also: common, salt
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caementarius males fed with diets supplemented with common salt for 90 days.
No adverse effects of common salt were observed in this study.
The author used the routine commercially available common salt, (Table / cooking salt) and copper sulphate procured from goldsmiths (30 gms copper sulphate for 10 rupees) For the copper sulphate group of infants the author himself involved in the application of powdered copper sulphate as per the procedure described and for the common salt group of infants the first application of a pinch of common salt was done in the outpatient clinic as per the procedure described and the mothers were asked to apply a small pinch of common salt over the umbilical granuloma twice a day for 3 days.
These results are encouraging because common salt (sodium chloride) is cheap and easily available and should, therefore, be adopted by our fisher community for routine processing and preservation of fish.
In the study 40 percent of common salt of prestandardized low fat chicken nuggets (LF) was substituted by the salt replacement blend to get low salt, low fat chicken nugget (LS/LF).
If present as lithium sulfide, a common salt form, it will react vigorously with water to form sulfuric acid, and there was concern about early lithium batteries and potential for fire or explosion.
The design, Mahle said, is a departure from the more common salt core gallery cooled piston which has been used.
KILLARNEY CLARY is the author of By Common Salt, Oberlin College Press, 1996; Who Whispered Near Me, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1989 and Bloodaxe Books, England, 1993; and By Me, By Any, Can and Can't Be Done (chapbook) Greenhouse Review Press, 1980.
In seawater, the concentration of total dissolved solids (TDS) averages about 35,000 milligrams/liter (mg/l), of which about 85 percent is common salt (sodium chloride).
The normal concentration of sodium chloride, or common salt, in seawater is 25-35 g per liter (or 25-35 parts per thousand).
The system will sense this and automatically recharge the resin by introducing a solution of sodium chloride, common salt, from the system's brine tanks.
Throughout history, sodium chloride (NaCl), or common salt, has been the key to preserving hides and foods like fish and meat, primarily because it draws water out of products.
Another remedy is Natrum Muriatcum, known as common salt, or take vitamin C supplements every day for a month.
The basic raw material used in the manufacture of soda ash are common salt (rock salt or sea salt) and Lime Stone.
The idea is to store volatile or otherwise unstable molecules within, say, an alkali halide such as common salt, says Josef Michl, now at the University of Texas at Austin.