Do you die if you fall in a pile of salt?
If you drink salt water, you will puke
If you let salt into a cut, it would hurt very much
If it goes into your eyes, it would hurt
But you can't die, except for food and water
Use a magent to pick out the iron particles. Soak the remainder in water until the salt is dissolved - dry the water, leaving behind a pile of salt. Mix the rest with mercury - the gold clings to the mercury, leaving behind a pile of sand. Use cyanide to separate the gold out of the mercury and remove the mercury.
Well I am eleven and i know this if its a PILE then no but if your talking about from the mining areas where they get big chuncks of salt then yes but that's until you grind it up and sea salt i have made before and you boil water from the ocean until there is no water left and then you scrape it into a container and you can grind it if you like…
To process sea salt takes awhile. Five years ago I visited a sea salt maker in Italy. They have beds of water and the water moves from bed to bed. As it does the water gets less and the salt greater until finally it is all salt and all the water has evaporated At this point they have pure sea salt that they cut into blocks and put in a pile. They cover the pile…
A watch glass is a little circle dish of glass or pyrex (heat-safe-glass). it is a smooth shallow concave (cup-like) plate. It is used to watch a little amount of solution evaporate, leaving behind a little pile of whatever was dissolved in it. Salt-water, for example, would dry to leave a little pile of salt in the middle.
sorry here is poem fall Fall Spell check your answer As leaves change color, and flowers begin to die Pumpkins turn orange, like a setting sun in the sky Leaves turn red and orange with golden yellow hues Corn mazes are cut, if only to amuse There is a chill in the air, yet no frost is here Nothing can keep fall from being the brightest time of year Beautiful colors make the hard work…