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Inorganic salt

Inorganic salts are crystalline compounds composed of metal cations and non-metal anions. They have diverse applications across industries, from table salt (sodium chloride) in food preservation to calcium chloride in de-icing roads. These compounds also play a crucial role in chemical reactions, as catalysts, and in maintaining the body's electrolyte balance. Inorganic salts are versatile and essential chemical substances.

Sub-categories of Inorganic salt
Silicide and silicate Colloidal precious metals and their compounds Metal sulfides and sulfates Metal halides and halides
Metal nitrates and nitrites Metal oxide acid salt Hydrazine and hydroxylamine and their inorganic salts Phosphides, metal phosphoric acid, metaphosphoric acid, hypophosphorous acid and pyrophosphate
Manganese oxides and peroxides Boride, borate and perborate Hydride, nitride, azide Cyanide, cyanide oxide and cyanide complex
Strontium or barium oxides and peroxides Carbides and carbonates Oxides of rare earth metals, yttrium or scandium Inorganic ammonium salt
Chalcogenide Oxides and peroxides Silica gel Non-metallic mineral
Graphene Coating material

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