What Is the Chemical Composition of Table Salt?

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The chemical composition of table salt is one sodium atom and one chloride atom.Its chemical formula is NaCl.It has a very simple atomic combination, as compared to other types of salts such as Epsom.
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Table salt (sodium chloride) is an ionic compond of sodium and chlorine. The chemical formula for table salt is NaCl.
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