Is Salt an Element Compound or Mixture?

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Salt (sodium chloride) is an ionic compound and all compounds are pure substances. Salt is a compound because it combines sodium and chlorine. It is not a mixture by itself since it is chemically bound.
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Salt is a compound because Sodium is a metal with a plus 1 charge, while chloride is a nonmetal with a minus 1 charge. A mixture would be a combination of different compounds or molecules
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Iron(Fe) and sulphur (S) are two such elements. You can separate a mixture of the two by using a magnet to draw out the iron or shake the mixture with carbon disulphide to dissolve
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Compound: elements that are bound together. Mixture: physically
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it is a compound and it formula is NaCI.
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