Halite is tablesalt.
Yes, table salt is a compound.
No, an element cannot be broken down into its constituents by ordinary chemical reactions. Such processes are very complicated.
These elements are sodium and chlorine.
This element is iodine, added as potassium iodide or potassium iodate.
The metallic element found in ordinary table salt is sodium. Other ingredients in table salt include iodine which is a necessary mineral for the human body.
Table salt is a kind of salt hence the name.
Tablesalt can irritate the piercing, and you should never use alcohol on a piercing, so yes. Stick to dial soap and water.
An element is a fundamental substance that cannot be broken down into a simpler form by ordinary chemical reactions.
Nitrogen tends to be 'the' element in ordinary, non organic, conventional, commercial, chemical fertilizer. But there also are ordinary fertilizers that may have greater percentages of phosphorus or potassium. Whatever the percentage, these fertilizers are known as N[itrogen] P[hosphorus] K [Potassium] fertilizers in honor of their constituent elements. The container gives the percentage of each element within the total amount of fertilizer.