From a chemical standpoint, “salt” is composed of sodium and chloride (NaCl) and many samples requests ask for “salt” determinations. Unfortunately, there is not method that is specific for “salt.” The laboratory approach is to measure the amount of chloride in the sample and then calculate the salt. The other option is to measure the level of sodium in the sample and calculate the salt.
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