What are some common uses of sodium chloride?

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Sodium Chloride is an ionic compound with the formula NaCl. Sodium Chloride is also known as common salt and is commonly used as a condiment and food preservative. Sodium chloride is the salt most responsible for the salinity of the ocean and of the extracellular fluid of many multicellular organisms.
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Some uses of salt include: eating, manufacturing paper, setting dyes in textiles and fabrics, and producing soaps and detergents.
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Sodium Chloride IVs are given to patients with low levels of sodium or chloride & is
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Electrolysis - Chemical decomposition produced by passing an electric current through a liquid or solution containing ions.
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Temporarily treating swelling of the cornea of the eye. Sodium chloride ointment is a hypertonic salt solution. It works by drawing water out of the cornea, decreasing swelling.
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sodium chloride is the major ingredient in edible salt, and it is used as a condiment and food preservative.
Sodium chloride is used for melting ice, as a preservative, as a cleansing agent, for preparation of chlorine and for production of sodium metal. As a preservative, salt can be used to preserve food stuff such as meat, cheese, pickles and sauces. It is also used for medical purposes, for example, making of sodium chloride tablets, which are sometimes prescribed as supplements for salts in our bodies.
Sodium chloride is used in numerous ways including enriching, preserving and flavouring food. Sodium chloride has been widely used in preserving food items like cheese, bread, meat and dairy products due to its ability of stopping the growing of microorganisms.
Sodium chloride (salt) is a chemical compound with the formula NaCl, used as a food preservative and seasoning.
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