Deforestation (logging) of area to create the mine and roads to transport the mined products. That can result in loss of wildlife and or extinction of species. Chemicals and/or vapours that are produced in smelting get placed in the atmosphere. Not to mention all the resources like metal, electricity and oil/petroleum to buid a mine and support an active mine. Emissions from vehcles or tranport to transport it. The salt bit I'm not so sure about apart from the vapours and chemicals that are dispersed into the atmosphere. I guess it contributes to global warming. And as far as oil goes there is also the burn off of oil that cannot be used or isn't the appropriate grade.
Fluoride is made from fluoride salts that are gathered through mining. This salts are used to produce hydrogen fluoride and fluorocarbons.
The underground stems do not absorb water and mineral salts for the plant, rather these store the prepared food material in them to overcome adverse environmental conditions.
yes, all environmental and drinking water contains salts. You only get pure H2O in labs. Sea water is salty because there is more salt dissolved in it.
Yes, it can. For example, gold forms a covalent bond with a cyanide ion, which is why cyanide salts are used in the mining industry.
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salt water pools don't use chlorine salts, they are bromine salts. So yes, saltwater pool are better for you.
They are ionic salts.
Bile salts help in the digestion of fats not salts.
- carbonates are salts.- oxides are...oxides not salts- hydrogencarbonates are salts
No. Epsom salts is magnesium sulfate. Aquarium salts contain a variety of salts including sodium chloride.
Nonmetallic salts are salts that contain nonmetal elements. For example, ammonium salts, nitrates, sulfates, chlorides, and phosphates are nonmetallic salts.
Radioisotopes are not salts but salts may contain radioisotopes.
Examples: organic or inorganic salts, basic or acidic salts, natural or artificial salts etc.
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Dissolved salts are the salts which exist in a water solution (generally).
By processing and combining cheese making scraps from cutting harder cheeses and other dairy byproducts such whey with mineral salts and flavor enhancers.
Only some salts have hydrates, not all. These salts contain in the formula water of crystallization.
This is a mixture of salts.
Those salts which can dissolve in water.because water is a solvent and salts are solute.
Chromate salts are the salts containing the anion chromate (CrO4)2-.
Guanidinium salts are salts derived from guanidine - CHN(NH2)2.
Many inorganic salts exist but also organic salts.