what is the symbol for halite
No, halite is a chloride
Some are (such as germanium), and some are very common (such as quartz and halite).
"Halite" is a mineralogist's word for "salt". Halite is a lattice of sodium and chlorine ions.
Halite is rock salt. Even some fresh water lakes have Na+ and Cl- dissolved in them, so I would guess that yes, some halite forms. But probably not all that much compared to a salt lake evaporating.
The hardness of Halite is 2-2.5
the formula for HALITE: NaCl
Halite does not react with HCl.
Halite is a mineral with a crystalline structure.
Halite forms when seawater evaporates.
Halite is a type of mineral or salt.
No, Halite is not a magnetic mineral.
gypsum, calcite, and halite
Halite belongs to the mineral group halides.
Halite has a cubic crystal shape.
halite rock is a metamorphic rock
Not very. Halite has a Mohs hardness of 2.5.
Halite is sodium chloride, NaCl.
halite is a type of rock.under ground it forms
No. Halite forms when various bodies of water evaporate. Halite is the mineral name for salt.
Halite is made of salt. Halite is hard so it is mined. That means that there use to be an ocean there. Pretty cool right
Halite forms in lakes or basins and is a evaporite which means it is a product of evaporation. Halite forms when Saline Water evaporates.
The mineral halite is non-metallic.
Halite is found in the arid regions of the Earth