salts

(Humans as organisms) class of chemical compounds, mostly metallic oxides. Examples are sodium chloride, potassium chloride, and magnesium sulphate

Salts

Minerals that water picks up as it passes through the air, over and under the ground, or from households and industry.
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Salts

Ionic compounds that can be formed by replacing one or more of the hydrogen ions of an acid with another positive ion. However, salts may be more usefully considered as ionic compounds in which the ionizable hydrogen ions of an acid have been replaced by either metal or ammonium ions. A monoprotic acid, such as ethanoic acid, has one ionizable hydr...
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salts

Ionic compounds that can be formed by replacing one or more of the hydrogen ions of an acid with another positive ion.
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salts

Ionic compounds that can be formed by replacing one or more of the hydrogen ions of an acid with another positive ion.
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salts

Substances produced from the reaction between acids and bases; compounds consisting of a metal (positive) and nonmetal (negative) radical. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Salts

Salts are formed by the replacement of acidic hydrogen by a metal or radical by the reaction of an acid upon an alkali.
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salts

slang term for seasoned sailors.
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