These consist of sodium carbonate, sodium chloride or common salt and sometimes lime.
So it was a conversion of sodium chloride into sodium nitrate.
Mr Brande states that a small portion of sodium chloride is apt to remain combined with it, which might affect its medical uses.
Thus the figure contained altogether 11⁄5% of sodium chloride.
The solution behaves, in each case, as if it contained more than one gramme-molecule of sodium chloride per litre.
The frigoric mixture is composed of ice and sodium chloride, or preferably of crystallised calcium chloride.
(b) The newer methods depend upon the electrolysis of sodium chloride.
Such is, for example, a solution of sodium chloride in water.
When sodium chloride is entirely withheld from an animal, death from salt starvation ensues.
The blood in the left side of the heart had a slightly lower concentration of sodium chloride than the blood on the right.
sodium chloride n.
Common or table salt, used as a food preservative and seasoning.
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