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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sodium_chloride

Sodium chloride /ˌsoʊdiəm ˈklɔːraɪd/, also known as salt or halite, is an ionic compound ... Salt in its natural form is known as rock salt or halite. Salt is ...... Solid sodium chloride has a melting point of 801 °C. Thermal conductivity of sodium ...

www.thoughtco.com/melting-snow-and-ice-with-salt-602184

Feb 15, 2017 ... Here's how salt melts ice and snow. ... Colligative Properties and Freezing Point Depression ... Sodium chloride (rock salt, halite), NaCl, -9°C

www.peterschemical.com/calcium-chloride-vs-rock-salt-which-do-you-use

Before ordering the traditional rock salt for your ice preventive needs, take a look at ... Calcium chloride melts up to eight times as much ice as does salt alone ... Low eutectic point: calcium chloride melts at much lower temperatures than salt.

hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/Geophys/meltrock.html

Igneous rocks form through the crystallization of magma. ... cooled to about 600° C. Often the silicates are grouped as high, medium and low-melting point solids.

www.newsworks.org/index.php/local/the-pulse/78287-how-rock-salt-melts-ice-and-why-less-is-often-more

Feb 13, 2015 ... How rock salt melts ice, and why less is often more ... If the temperature drops below the lowered freezing point, the water will expand.

www.quora.com/How-does-salt-increase-the-melting-point-of-ice

Yes. Adding salt to the ice/water mix causes a temperature drop that slows the melting rate and ... A mixture of rock salt, ice, and water packed in the bucket around the ice cream mix can bring the temperature down as low as -21°C. Why does ...

www.lpi.usra.edu/education/explore/ice/activities/investigations/melting_point

Aug 8, 2013 ... Adding salt — or other substances — to ice lowers the melting point of ice. ... 2 tablespoons rock salt; Sufficient ice cubes to almost fill the gallon ...

physicsbuzz.physicscentral.com/2014/06/the-science-of-ice-cream.html

Jun 24, 2014 ... Could you use table salt to lower the the melting temperature of ice? Sure. But there's another reason to use rock salt: it's usually cheaper.

www.scientificamerican.com/article/why-do-we-put-salt-on-icy

The actual reason that the application of salt causes ice to melt is that a solution of water and dissolved salt has a lower freezing point than pure water. ... The rock salt applied to icy roads in the winter is the same substance that comes out of ...

www.cleanlink.com/sm/article/Ice-Melt-A-Scientific-Primer-On-Deicers--4896

Jul 1, 2006 ... All chemicals have a “eutectic” point — the lowest temperature at which ... While rock salt will melt to about 15 or 20 degrees, any time it gets ...