نتایج جستجو برای salt

تعداد نتایج: 46406  

Journal: :Comprehensive therapy 1979
D L Horwitz,

In this paper we investigate the possibility to detect the hypothesized liquid-liquid critical point of water in supercooled aqueous solutions of salts. Molecular dynamics computer simulations are conducted on bulk TIP4P water and on an aqueous solution of sodium chloride in TIP4P water, with concentration c = 0.67 mol/kg. The liquid-liquid critical point is found both in the bulk and in the so...

Journal: :Medical History. Supplement 2001
Angela Wright,

were slightly but significantly higher in the low fibre group (Table VII.3)." Their findings were subsequently confirmed in a study conducted by Lawrence Appel and his co-workers. At the end of a three week run in and eight weeks of controlled diets, volunteer subjects whose blood pressures were initially comparable diverged. The control subjects who were continued on a typical North American d...

Journal: :American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology 1999
Theodore A Kotchen,

Confused about how much salt you need? Worried because the media and medicine appear to unanimously suggest that each shake of a salt shaker drives a nail into your coffin – but you like the stuff? Wondering what to do if you crave salt or feel better when you add it to your food? You are not alone. Lots of people are wondering the same things, especially the many experiencing adrenal fatigue. ...

2010
R. ELLIS,

COMMON SALT is recognized as one of the chemical substances required in the diet of animals; hence it is good husbandry to include a supply in the rations of livestock. The quantitative requirements vary with the species. Those for swine are regarded as among the lowest. That excessive aniounts may be harmful to the extent of being toxic is not at all surprising, since there are recognized limi...

Toktam Faal Rastegar was born in Quchan (Iran). She completed her B.Sc. in Chemistry in 2005 from Ferdowsi University, Mashhad. She was graduated from M.Sc. degree in Organic Chemistry from Bu-Ali Sina University (2008), Hamadan, Iran. She is currently Organic Chemistry Ph.D student under the supervision of Prof. A. Khazaei and Prof. M.A. Zolfigol in Department of Chemistry at Bu-Ali Sina Unive...

Toktam Faal Rastegar was born in Quchan (Iran). She completed her B.Sc. in Chemistry in 2005 from Ferdowsi University, Mashhad. She was graduated from M.Sc. degree in Organic Chemistry from Bu-Ali Sina University (2008), Hamadan, Iran. She is currently Organic Chemistry Ph.D student under the supervision of Prof. A. Khazaei and Prof. M.A. Zolfigol in Department of Chemistry at Bu-Ali Sina Unive...

Salinity is one of the most important limitation factors in development of agricultural products. Cotton has a relative tolerance to salinity; however, salinity reduces its growth during germination and seedling stages. In this research, split-factorial design of time based on randomized complete block design with 3 replications was used. The real-time PCR results for, root, stem, and leaves of...

2018

The simple answer to your burning question is no ? salt substitutes won?t make you retain water. As you mentioned, these substitutes contain potassium chloride instead of sodium chloride (more on this in a bit!). That said, before you completely eliminate salt from your diet, keep in mind that the average person does need 1500 milligrams (mg) to 2300 mg of salt per day for optimal kidney and mo...

2000

Millions of people worldwide enjoy swimming pool activities every year. Traditionally, chlorine-containing chemicals have been used as the sanitizing agent. Some chlorine containing chemicals used include chlorine gas, sodium hypochlorite, calcium hypochlorite, lithium hypochlorite, and chlorinated isocyanurates. These chemicals enter the pool as a concentrated solution, or in the form of hypoc...

2018

The simple answer to your burning question is no ? salt substitutes won?t make you retain water. As you mentioned, these substitutes contain potassium chloride instead of sodium chloride (more on this in a bit!). That said, before you completely eliminate salt from your diet, keep in mind that the average person does need 1500 milligrams (mg) to 2300 mg of salt per day for optimal kidney and mo...

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