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Sodium chloride

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Common salt. Halite Rock salt. Saline Sodium chloric. Table salt. Identifiers. CAS Number .... Solid sodium chloride has a melting point of 801 °C. Thermal conductivity of sodium chloride as a ...

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Oct 5, 2010 ... ... my text book was comparing molecular to ionoic compounds, and compared table salt and sugar melting points. I didn't know salt could melt, ...

Melting NaCl (table salt)? | Physics Forums - The Fusion of ...

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May 3, 2012 ... I was thinking of making an MWIR lens from table salt, which is quite transparent for it. ... And a secondary question - is there a point? That is ...

Why does NaCl have a high melting point? - Quora

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This is another way of saying that the structure has a negative enthalpy of formation to it, so," breaking this box" (crystal structure) -melting NaCl - will require ...

reality check - Would it be possible to smelt and craft things from salt ...

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Feb 13, 2015 ... Depending on what type of salt (like not table salt), you can melt it more easily than metals. Table salt, however, has a melting temperature of ...

General Chemistry Online: FAQ: Solutions: Why does salt melt ice?

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Molecules on the surface of the ice escape into the water (melting), and; molecules of ... For example, the freezing point of a 1 M NaCl solution is roughly - 3.4°C.

The normal melting point of table salt, NaCl (s), is 800 C ...

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Sep 19, 2015 ... How much heat is given off if 100 g of molten salt at 800 C were to solidify and cools to 25 C? For NaCl: deltaH of fusion= 490 J/g deltaH of ...

What is Salt? | SaltWorks®

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Common salt, or sodium chloride, is the chemical compound NaCl Salt occurs naturally in many parts of the world as the mineral ... The size and shape of salt crystals can be modified by temperature. ... Melting point, 800.8° C (1,473.4° F).

sodium chloride | ClNa - PubChem

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Chemical Names: Sodium chloride; Table salt; Halite; Saline; Rock salt; 7647-14- 5; More... Molecular ..... Melting Point .... Index of refraction: 1.5442 /Table/.

Sodium»sodium chloride [WebElements Periodic Table]

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Colour: white; Appearance: crystalline solid; Melting point: 801°C; Boiling point: 1413°C; 1465° ... So, it burns with chlorine, Cl2, to form sodium(I) chloride, NaCl.

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What is Molten Salt? - the Molten Salt Energy Technologies Web Site

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Feb 26, 2007 ... The melting point of sodium chloride is 801° C ( 1474° F )2, at which point it ... For example, solid sodium chloride (NaCl, or table salt) does not ...

Q & A: Boiling and Freezing points of pure and salty water ...

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By how much depends on how much salt there is. I'll assume the salt is sodium chloride, NaCl (table salt). The melting point is lowered by 1.85 degrees Celsius  ...

GCSE CHEMISTRY Index Page - Melting Points and Boiling Points ...

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CHEMISTRY Index Melting and Boiling Points of Compounds (L ...