Pre-Chemistry

What is the chemical name thing for salt? Anyone? Bueller?

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  1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salt

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  2. so its sodium chloride...right? why do you always give me a hard to understand website? thanks :(

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  3. Yes. It's sodium chloride.

    I thought the site made it very clear in the first line of the text and the caption under the photograph at the top of the page.

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