No. While chemically sodium nitrite is a salt, the salt you eat, table salt, is sodium chloride.
Sodium nitrate is an example of a chemical salt.
Sodium nitrite is a mildly basic salt
No, salt is not the same as sodium. Salt is sodium chloride, not just sodium by itself.
No. Sodium nitrite and sodium nitrate are two different compounds.
The chemical formula of Sodium Nitrite is NaNO2
Sodium Nitrite is a chemical compound.
Cured with water, salt, sugar, sodium phosphates, sodium ascorbate, sodium nitrite.Original bacon
Sodium Nitrite is NaNO2, Mol Wt 69.01
No. You will need a compound of sodium.
first u have to take a water in beaker. and than add sodium nitrite to it and shake it. so sodium nitrite is prepare
Sodium Nitrite is a reducing agent having the molecular formula,NaNO2.
Salt is the same thing as sodium chloride
Sodium nitrite is soluble in water.
amyl nitrite, sodium nitrite, sodium thiosulfate
Sodium nitrite is a solid at room temperature.
Salt, table salt or sea salt is sodium chloride.
A cyanide antidote: amyl nitrite pearls (inhalation) and sodium nitrite and sodium thiosulfate (infusion).
Because: 2No2 + 2NaOH ---> NaNO3 + NaNO2 + H2O
No they are not the same.... Sodium is the metallic element Na and sodium chlorite is a salt of sodium, NaClO2.
sodium nitrate ----> sodium nitrite + oxygen
salt is sodium. its 2 different words for the same thing
Methyl orange is synthesized by reaction of sulfanilic acid, sodium nitrite, and dimethylaniline. First, sulfanilic acid is dissolved in dilute aqueous acid. Sodium nitrite is added to produce a disowning salt .Chemical formula of Methyl Orange: C14H14N3NaO3S
Amyl nitrite, sodium nitrite, sodium thiosulfate
yes, common table salt is sodium chloride.
In the presence of sodium nitrite and hydrochloric acid, sulfanilc acid form a diazonium salt. This salt react with and is an indicator for thyrosine, histidine.