I think road salt it made of salt, gravel and sand. The salf lowers the melting point of the snow/ice, so therefore melting it, and the sand and gravel give a car grip.
Table salt is obtained from rock salt (from mines) or from sea salt by refining up to 97 % NaCl or more. Common procedures include filtering of the solution and crystallization/recrystallization.
no because it has different chemicals in it
The salt dissolves which causes it to evaporate then it melts down and it becomes in the ground, which is in the groundwater.
A de-icing product made from sugar beet-based molasses from western Nebraska is being touted as a noncorrosive alternative to winter road salt
salt + road = road salt... keep it up
sand has the same properties of salt
Road salt is impure salt directly extracted from mines.
Road Salt works because salt has a higher freezing point.
Road salt is used for deicing.
it is hydrogen and electrons
Road salt causes corosion of vehicles
Road salt is used for deicing streets and walkways
Road Salt Two was created on 2011-09-26.
Road Salt One was created on 2010-05-17.
The salt burns plants that are around the road that was salted.
The disadvantages of having salt on the road are, the it wrecks the tires, the road's, the drains if there are fish in them. The advantages of having salt on the road it makes the road less slippery so there are less car crashes, and it is cheap.