You can go to this website to see some of the different types of sea salt: http://www.saltworks.us/salt_info/si_gourmet_reference.asp.You can also go to this article to learn a little more about sea salt: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_salt
There are many different types ofmetal that are formedin gold.There are many different types ofmetal that are formedin gold.
It is made of water (H2O) molecules and salt (NaCl) molecules. So two different types of molecules.
There are rubies, saphires, emeralds, diamonds, and feldspar.
There are 4 different types of nitrogen they are: Thymine, Cytocine, Guanine, Adenine.
There are a few different types of salt in salt water, though the salinity of the oceans differ in different locations because the salt comes fromdifferent locations and from the currents moving in the water that carry it.
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the different types of crystal are sugar salt and rock.
there are many different types of sulphur, so it depends e.g. sea salt is a type of sulphur
Salt for human consumption is produced in three different forms: unrefined salt (such as sea salt), refined salt (table salt), and iodized salt.
well there are lots of different salts incuding :table salt, sea salt, rock salt and i can't remember any others! sorry :) :(
There are different types of dolphins with different adaptations and habitats.Generally Dolphins are sea animals.But there are many types of fresh water dolphins too which have limitted geographical localisation like Gangetic dolphin.
There are so many different types because they are all used for different purposes in different situations.
sea salt is used In beauty products, food and many other things, but if you are asking when should you use sea salt? any time you feel like it. there is hundereds of different types from around the world that come in alot of different shades of color and tastes
they are many different types like ready salted cheese and onion salt and vinger pickeld onion tomato ketup andbbQ are most of them
Sand is made up of silicon dioxide and (table)salt is made up of sodium chloride. There are many types of salt (eg. potassium flouride, magnesium chloride), but they are mainly formed when a metal reacts with a halogen.