Here it is proper to observe, that the sea-salt doth not mix with the scoria, but floats upon it.
The place was warm and smelled, like the cabin of some fishing-sloop, of sea-salt and tar.
The Nitre and sea-salt, prescribed as ingredients in the mixture, are designed to procure an equal fusion of the whole.
A sailor entered, filling the room with a strong odor of sea-salt and fish.
sea-salt has the general effect, on many different kinds of plants, of producing moist fleshy leaves, and red tints.
That of nitre is a pointed oblong; that of sea-salt an exact cube; that of sugar a perfect globe.
This was due to the sea-salt contained in the ashes with which the surface was strewn.
A daily sponge-bath, the water made more stimulating by the addition of sea-salt, is very useful in the absence of sea-bathing.
The bittern of the Scotch sea-salt works is muriate of magnesia, mixed, with a little sulphate of magnesia and chloride of sodium.
Under the line, Lucas found that the sea comprised a seventh part of solid contents, consisting chiefly of sea-salt.
|sea salt |
Salt that is produced by the evaporation of sea water and that contains sodium chloride and trace elements such as sulfur, magnesium, zinc, potassium, calcium, and iron.