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coarse dark blue persian blue salt grade A

All about Persian Blue Salt (Price, Wholesale Order, etc)

Persian blue salt is one of the rarest salts on the planet. It is a very old salt formed over thousands of years in the place of a dried ocean, making it pure and unpolluted.  As the name suggests, Persian blue salt is mainly produced in Iran. It is exported...

list of edible salt

List of Edible Salt

Edible salts, also known as table salts, are derived from mining (rock salt) or evaporation (including sea salt). Name Type Notes Alpenbergkern Salt Rock Salt from the Salzkammergut area in the Alps. This salt contains 84 minerals. Its high iron content gives it a unique and a tan color. Anglesey Sea Salt Also known as (Halen Môn), a Welsh sea...

salt glossary

Salt Glossary

Flake Sea Salt Flake sea salt crystals are thin, light, dry, and crisp. Some are pyramid-shaped while others are like tiny shells. They vary in size and, like snowflakes, no two are alike. Flake salt crumbles easily, unlike crystals, and adheres well to finished dishes. It dissolves quickly and is...

salt manufacture

Salt Manufacture

At one time almost all the salt used in commerce was produced from the evaporation of seawater, and sea salt still is a staple commodity in many maritime countries, especially where the climate is dry and the summer is long. Commercial salt is manufactured from rock salt, as well...

salt tectonics

Salt Tectonics

The conceptual breakthroughs in understanding salt tectonics can be recognized by reviewing the history of salt tectonics, which divides naturally into three parts: the pioneering era, the fluid era, and the brittle era. The pioneering era (1856-1933) featured the search for a general hypothesis of salt diapirism, initially dominated by...

halite & sylvite

Halite and Sylvite

• Chemistry: NaCl, Sodium Chloride • Class: Halides • Uses: Major source of salt and as mineral specimens. • Specimens Halite, better known as rock salt, can easily be distinguished by its taste. Since taste is an important property of salt, there is a right way to taste a specimen of halite (or...

salt and sodium

Salt and Sodium

Salt, also known as sodium chloride, is about 40% sodium and 60% chloride. It flavors food and is used as a binder and stabilizer. It is also a food preservative, as bacteria can’t thrive in the presence of a high amount of salt. The human body requires a small...

blue salt mine new mexico

Blue Salt Mine, New Mexico, USA

Blue halite crystal with sylvite from New Mexico, USA! Many millions of years ago in the Permian geologic period (approximately 298-252 Ma), an extensive inland sea encroached onto the North American continent from the south, spreading from what is now the Gulf of Mexico up to Canada. Over the eons,...

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