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Halite

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Halite commonly known as rock salt, is a type of salt, the mineral form of sodium chloride (NaCl). Halite forms isometric crystals. The mineral is typically colorless  ...

Halite salt: The mineral Halite information and pictures

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Detailed description, properties, locality information guide about the mineral halite and rock salt.

Halite Mineral Data

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Comments: Hoppered pink halite crystals from the evaporation ponds. The pink color is due to the organism Halo bacterium that lives in the concentrated brine.

Halite BitTorrent Client · Binary Notions

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Halite (named after the mineral) is a C++ BitTorrent client based on the excellent libtorrent library developed by Arvid Norberg. The program also relies heavily ...

GitHub - saltstack/halite: DEPRECATED: A client-side web ...

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halite - DEPRECATED: A client-side web application interface to a running Salt infrastructure.

Halite, Sodium Chloride, Rock Salt - DesertUSA

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Description and history of the mineral Halite, includes its physical properties.

Halite - Department of Earth Sciences - University of Minnesota

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Chemical Composition, NaCl, Sodium Chloride. Color, Usually clear or white, but small amounts of impurities may give halite a red or orange hue and bacterial ...

Halite - Windows to the Universe

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Apr 15, 2003 ... What's that on your chips? It's a mineral called halite! If you look closely at ordinary table salt, you will see that, just like other minerals, it looks ...

halite | mineral | Britannica.com

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Naturally occurring sodium chloride (NaCl), common or rock salt. Halite occurs on all continents in beds that range from a few metres to more than 300 m (1000  ...

Snack on Halite

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These five halite crystal fragments show halite's cubic cleavage (three cleavages at right angles). Note that minerals do not always break into perfect 6-sided ...

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Halite Mineral | Uses and Properties - GEOLOGY.COM

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The uses and properties of the mineral Halite Geology.com.

Halite: Halite mineral information and data. - Mindat.org

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Halite Group Natural Salt. Occurs both as evaporite deposits in saline lakes and water courses, or as bedded sedimentary deposits, or as salt domes.

HALITE (Sodium Chloride) - Mineral Gallery

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Halite, better known as rock salt, can easily be distinguished by its taste. Since taste is an important property of salt, there is a right way to taste a specimen of ...