- paste this link to your blog or website to reference this page. Did you know: What infamous fruit has a mighty stink, yet can also taste like banana and caramel?
- 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.
- 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.
- 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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