Salt is the same thing as sodium chloride
It is the same compound - sodium chloride - with the same taste.
Coarse salt, table salt, fine salt, rock salt - all are sodium chloride, NaCl.
Yes. Rock salt, which is largely the same as table salt, will dissolve in water.
Salt rock is the same as rock salt also known at grit it is used on roads when they are icy or when it has been snowing or has been cold! :)
Rock Salt, which is essentially the same stuff as Table Salt (just unrefined) will dissolve in Water.
Rock salt and calcium chloride are not the same thing. Rock salt's molecular formula is the same as table salt, NaCl, Sodium Chloride. It is called rock salt, because it is a mineral salt that forms naturally and is mined. The salt in the sea is dissolved NaCl, the water is then evaporated and sea salt is left behind. Calcium chloride is also a salt, but not one to eat. It has several common applications such as brine for refrigeration plants, ice and dust control on roads, and in concrete. It can be produced directly from limestone, but large amounts are also produced as a by-product of the Solvay process. Because of its hygroscopic nature, it must be kept in tightly-sealed containers.
I have to do this work as well. The only thing i can find is that rock salt can also be used as a sort of bleach. I have to do this work as well. The only thing i can find is that rock salt can also be used as a sort of bleach.
The both are sodium chloride (NaCl). Kosher salt is used by some Jews; rock salt is considered sometimes as an impure salt.
The chemical formula unit is the same: NaCl; rock salt (halite) in the mine is more impure.
It is the same as table salt: NaCl. Sodium Chloride. It is an evaporite. Rock salt is composed of the 'mineral' Halite.
Yes. They're the same.
Salt, table salt or sea salt is sodium chloride.
Rock salt. It is the same as table salt, or NaCl.
You might try dissolving the same weight of rock salt and table salt in the same amount of distilled water and seeing how the solutions match up for clarity.
Rock and stone are the same thing.
Well table salt melts it faster but they are about the same
They are the exact same thing
Sea salt, rock salt, table salt - all are the same chemical compound - sodium chloride, NaCl.
Table salt is finely ground salt. You can get it from rock salt by grinding the rock salt.
Rock salt, or Halite, is the same as table salt and will dissolve just the same. However, impurities in the salt may not dissolve in water.
Any serious difference exist; also refined sea salt and rock salt are the same chemical compound - sodium chloride, NaCl.
Salt that evaporates forms a mineral called halite and halite forms rock salt. Rock salt is a form of sedimentary rock and table salt is made from rock salt. Most salts at the least, the majority of salt is sedimentary and rock salt is sedimentary rock.
Salt is salt. Sea salt usually contains some other things in it that come from seawater, but it's basically the same.
Yes - sodium chloride, NaCl.