What are some of salt's identifying features?

Some characteristics of sodium chloride Formula unit: NaCl Molar mass: 58,439 769 28 g Chemical bond: ionic Standard enthalpy of formation, solid: -411,12 kJ/mol at 25 0C Standard enthalpy of formation, liquid: -385,92 kJ/mol at 25 0C Standard enthalpy of formation, gas: -181,42 kJ/mol at 25 0C Standard enthalpy for the change in solution: +3,87 kJ/mol at 25 0C Standard enthalpy for change of fusion: 27,95 kJ/mol at 25 0C Standard molar entropy, solid: 72 J/m.K Standard molar entropy, liquid: 95,06 J/m.K Standard molar entropy, gas: 229,79 J/m.K Lattice energy (enthalpy): 789 kJ/mol Heat capacity: 50 J/m.K Triple point: 801 0C and 30 Pa Critical point: 3 600 0C and 36.106 Pa Solubility in water at 20 0C: 360,9 g/L Bond strength: -787 kJ/mol Lattice constant: 5,65 Å (564,02 pm) Aspect (diaphaneity): transparent Solubility in water at 20 0C: 360,9 g/L Density: 2,165 g/cm3. Mohs hardness: 2,5 Knoop hardness: approx. 16 Crystal system: isometric Class (H-M): m3m (4/m 3 2/m) – Hexoctahedral Space goup: Fm3m {F4/m 3 2/m} Unit cell volume: V 179.44 ų (Calculated from Unit Cell) Crystalline structure: face-centered cubic Osmotic coefficient: 0,93 Cleavage planes: perfect on {001} Fracture: conchoidal Melting point: 801 0C Boiling point: 1 413 0C Specific heat capacity: 36,79 J/K.mol Refractive index: 1,5442 Thermal conductivity: 6,5 W/m.K at 25 0C Dielectric constant for 102-2.5x1010 Hz: 5,9 at 25 0C Magnetic susceptibility: -30,3.10-6 cgs Thermal expansion: - at 75 K: 19.10-4/K - at 273 K: 40. 10-4/K - at 1000 K: 69,5.10-4/K Reflection loss: 7,5 % for two surfaces at 10 µm Specific heat: 0,20 cal/(g K) at 273 K Debye temperature: 321 K Bandgap: 9 eV Young's modulus: 39,96 GPa Rupture modulus: 0,00393 GPa Shear modulus: 8,97 GPa Bulk modulus: 24,32 GPa Poisson ratio: 0,252 NaCl is diamagnetic. etc.