2 edition of Technology of salt making in the United States found in the catalog.
Technology of salt making in the United States
William Clifton Phalen
|Statement||by W.C. Phalen. |
|Series||[U.S.] Bureau of Mines. Bulletin, 146., Mineral technology, 20|
|Contributions||United States. Geological survey.|
|LC Classifications||TN23 .U4 no. 146|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 149 p. incl. illus., tables.|
|Number of Pages||149|
|LC Control Number||18026195|
This industry came to the United States in and, by , consumed about half of the salt used in the country. By , nearly 80 percent of salt consumed in the United States went to the chemical industry, and the artificial soda industry became the primary user in industries based on sodium and chloride, the elemental constituents of salt. The history of Salt is fascinating no doubt and often presented in an interesting way within this book. However, audiobooks have one great disadvantage to books that are read, you can't skip sections that aren't always meant to be read. There are far too many recipes in this book that are difficult to scan through as you probably would if reading.
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Throughout the book recipes that use salt in one way or another, and taken from historical. sources, are reproduced. With the modern use of refrigerators and freezers salt is less used to preserve food, but continues to be an important raw material in many by: According to a passage written in B.C., "Yi Dun rose to prominence by producing salt in pans." Yi Dun is believed to have made salt by boiling brine in iron pans, an innovation which would become one of the leading techniques for salt making for the next 2, years/5().
In this groundbreaking work of science, history, and archaeology, Charles C. Mann radically alters our understanding of the Americas before the arrival of Columbus in Salt - Salt - Salt manufacture: At one time almost all the salt used in commerce was produced from the evaporation of seawater, and sea salt still is a staple commodity in many maritime countries, especially where the climate is dry and the summer is long.
Commercial salt is manufactured from rock salt, as well as from seawater and other natural and artificial brines. The most important saline, in terms of the history of the salt industry in the United States, existed on the Avery Island salt dome (Gagliano ).
Another extensive salt deposit, called the Salina Basin, underlies the states bordering the Great Lakes. Salt Through the Ages. The first written reference to salt is found in the Book of Job, recorded about 2, BC. There are 31 other references to salt in the Bible, the most familiar probably being the story of Lot’s wife who was turned into a pillar of salt when she disobeyed the angels and looked back at the wicked city of Sodom.
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It is removed in a checkerboard pattern to leave permanent, solid salt pillars for mine roof support. Usually 45 to 65 percent of the salt is removed.
The room height may average 18 feet in a bedded deposit to feet in a dome mine. Substitute Applications Comments; Potassium chloride (KCl) Many foods, including cheeses, a breads, b and meats; c may be mixed with NaCl in up to a ratio c Bitter to many people; c many patents to reduce KCl bitterness exist; d because potassium intake of the U.S.
population is low, increased intake of potassium may benefit some e but could harm certain subpopulations (e.g., those with Author: Jane E Henney, Christine L Taylor, Caitlin S Boon. Salt, also known as sodium chloride, has many end uses. Virtually every person in the world has some direct or indirect contact with salt daily.
People routinely add salt to their food as a flavor enhancer or apply rock salt to walkways to remove ice in the winter. Salt is used as feedstock for chlorine and caustic soda manufacture; these two inorganic chemicals are used to. Brink’s Total Cash Management solutions combine the best of Brink’s hardware, software, and services into a subscription service scaled to meet your needs.
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"The earliest written record of salt production in China dates to around B.C. and tells of production and trade of sea salt a millennium before, during the Xia dynasty."Author: Mark Kurlansky.
Salt comes from two main sources: sea water and the sodium chloride mineral halite (also known as rock salt). Rock salt occurs in vast beds of sedimentary evaporite minerals that result from the drying up of enclosed lakes, playas, and seas. Salt beds may be up to m thick and underlie broad areas.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library. This book does exactly what it says: examines salt around the world in historical context. I have learned quite a bit about the taxation of salt invented in imperial China, and abolished as people’s dissatisfaction resulted in revolts; then invariably reinstated by the new regime as they needed money/5.