Halogen is the family of salt producing elements.
The family of "salt producing" elements are Halogens.
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Group 1 or 2 elements with group 16 or 17 elements.
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Halogens are the name of a group of non-metal elements found on the Periodic Table, Group 7A (or 17). Halogens include fluorine, chlorine, bromine, iodine and astatine. Halogen lamps usually contain an inert (Noble) gas and a small amount of bromine or iodine surrounding the filament. It is a family of "Salt Producing" elements.
Normally, sodium and chlorine are the most common but potassium and chlorine is a "salt" as well. The common rule is that elements of the halogen family and the alkali family form "salt" compounds.
Pretty much any Group 1(Alkali metals) and Group 2(Alkaline Earth Metal) will form a salt when bonded with a nonmetal(right hand side of periodic table). Some transition metals also make salts.
Alternative Methods of Producing Iodized Salt
Halogens are elements in the 17th group on the Periodic Table of Elements. The name comes from old french nomelclature of the greek roots halas (salt) and gen (the generate). These are elements that produce a salt when bonded to a metal.
The elements that make up common table salt are sodium and chlorine. Sodium choride is the name of the crystaline solid compound called table salt.
One atom sodium and one atom chlorine in each salt molecule.
the elements in salt are sodium and chloride. salt is also a compound with 2 elements
The halogen family of elements make up group VIIA of the periodic table. They are the nonmetallic chemical elements fluorine, chlorine, bromine, iodine, and astatine. The name halogen means salt, and all of these elements, each having a valence of -1, will readily react with sodium to form the halides sodium fluoride, sodium chloride (common table salt), sodium bromide, sodium iodide, and sodium astatide.
Sodium and oxidised chlorine, known in this form as chloride. The chemical name for salt, is Sodium Chloride.
Sodium and chlorine are the two elements in table salt.
It comes from Greek words meaning "salt former", because the elements form salts in combination with metals.
Yes. Salt dissolves in water, producing salt water, or brine.
If you think to sodium chloride (NaCl) this contain Na and Cl (halogen).
Salt, NaCl, Sodium Chloride, pee, you name it its in there.
Salt formers / group 17 elements. The elements of Group VII (or group 17) of the Periodic Table are called halogens, which means "salt formers"
You are producing a salt (or brine) solution.
Common salt or also called as table salt is sodium chloride. It consists of a metal sodium and a non-metal Chlorine.
Chemical formula for water is H2o . Its atomic weight is 18. Chemical formula of salt depends on the compounds or elements under going reaction when producing a salt common salts are Sodium chloride (NaCl) , Magnesium sulfate (Mno4) it is commonly called as Epsom salt .
Salt is made up of two elements, sodium and chlorine, also seen at NaCl.The chemical name is sodium chloride; as a mineral is called halite.
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