Does anyone know if sea salt or hemalayan salt is hydrolized?
- ?Lv 74 weeks ago
Salt is salt. It's all sodium hydroxide. No "hydro" anywhere.
- BortLv 61 month ago
Hydrogen is a chemical element that's part of the compound of elements that make up water. The prefix Hydro with a suffix "ized" or "lize" or any form of that suffix is a process so hydrolizing is a chemical process that involves water.
If any kind of salt is white or clear that means it's very likely that it was bleached. You can get sea salt that's 100% natural and you can purchase Sea Salt that's processed, knowing which one or type your getting is a matter of reading the label or info.
Himalayan salt is almost always 100% natural. It is the purest form of salt in the world. It's mined, and yes it's cleaned with water and then left to air dry, then packaged and shipped for sale. So when you get Himalayan salt you're basically eating and tasting 100% purely natural salt that came out of the rock and salt mines in Himalaya. That's why it's flavor is so strong and why a lot of people like it.
- ANDRE LLv 71 month ago
I do know that neither form of salt has anything to do with vehicles made by Dodge.
- RobsteriarkLv 71 month ago
No. Just like natural rock salt, sea salt and Himalayan Mountain salt are mostly just sodium chloride and a bit of magnesium chloride.
When dissolved in water neither of those hydrolyse to form acids or bases.