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Sal Ammoniac

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Sal Ammoniac is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Sal Ammoniac books and related discussion.

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Material Safety Data Sheet Sal Ammoniac Page 1 of 3 MSDS 30.6
Material Safety Data Sheet. Sal Ammoniac. Page 1 of 3.
Sal ammoniac NH4Cl
Sal ammoniac. NH4Cl c 2001-2005 Mineral Data Publishing, version 1. Crystal Data: Cubic.
Soldering Iron Care and Maintenance
Evolution of Br/Cl ratios in fumarolic salammoniac from Vulcano
The Identity of M de 1'Isle

Suggested News Resources

In Salmiak Territory
Its deceptive initial sweetness explodes into the very salty, smoky, inky, almost-stinging flavor of the sal ammoniac or ammonium chloride that gives salmiak both its name and palpable chemical bouquet.

Suggested Web Resources

Salammoniac - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sal ammoniac is a rare mineral composed of ammonium chloride, NH4Cl.
Ammonium chloride - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
IUPAC name. Ammonium chloride. Other names.
Salammoniac Mineral Data
Comments: Orange-brown aggregates of erythrosiderite with sal ammoniac.
Salammoniac: Salammoniac mineral information and data.
Salammoniac mineral data, information about Salammoniac, its properties and worldwide locations.
SAL AMMONIAC (Ammonium Chloride)
Sal ammoniac is certainly an oddball mineral. It is composed of ammonium, NH4, and this alone is odd enough.

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