No. Salt is a compound, composed of the elements sodium and chorine.
No, salt is a compound of the two elements sodium and chlorine.
A pure substance is a material that is made of only one compound or element. Salt water is a mixture of two pure substances, salt and water.
its a mixture, water as a pure form has no salt in it
No, Salt is a compound of Sodium and Chlorine. A pure substance consists of only one type of element.
Certainly NOT an element, more probably it is either a mixture or a compound (when pure).
Water, Salt, Sugar, or any element
Neon, if it is pure, is a pure element.
If the water is pure, it is a pure element.
salt and water the elements in pure salt water are Hydrogen, Oxygen, Sodium, and Chlorine. H2O and NaCl this is an ionic solution
no . its not a pure compound because Salt is Pure Of Impure.............
Pure gold is an element.
He stands for helium which is a pure element
Neon is an element. An element is a pure substance.
yes, copper is a pure element
Yes, scandium is a pure element.
A chemical element is pure.
Helium is a pure element.
All elements are pure substances.
It is a pure salt, as it is made from an acid and a base.
An element cannot be a salt.
Pure gold is an element. (AU)
Californium is a pure element.
Plutonium is a pure chemical element.
Sodium is actually just another word for "salt", so, yes. actually sodium in a element that is highly volatile. It will catch fire and explode when exposed to air. It is possible to obtain pure or almost pure sodium, even though it does not exist in pure form in nature. You are correct that salt has sodium in it, however it is bonded with the poisonous element Chlorine. to make sodium chloride or NACL.