Can I Put Table Salt into My Fishtank?

can i put table salt into my fishtank?

Can I Put Table Salt into My Fishtank? 1

Do not use it on a regular basis, but in a pinch it will be ok, assuming you mean for freshwater tanks. There is not enough iodine in a single use to cause a problem. The best choice for freshwater use though is Kosher salt. MM

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will table salt and water neutralize hydrochloric acid?

using hydrochloric acid wash to clean white spots off porcelain tile and grout need to rinse and neutralize Use baking soda = NaHCO3 NaHCO3 HCl → NaCl H2O CO2 gas

Can I Put Table Salt into My Fishtank? 2

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My baby has a diaper rash. I was told to use table salt to kill the germs. Is this true?

Salt will not kill any type of germs. It preserves food since time inmemorial. You might get a CPS caseworker at your doorstep. It could be considered child abuse/ neglect. Get some OTC diaper rash lotion at the store.

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Which of the following properties of table salt is a chemical property...?

This Site Might Help You. RE: Which of the following properties of table salt is a chemical property...? This is a multiple choice question. Please be 100% sure of your answer. The choices are: a) It is soluble in water b) Sodium and chlorine are formed during electrolysis c) It is a good conductor of electricity when molten d) It has a salty taste Note: Please explain your chosen...

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periodic table crossword puzzle need help.?

1. There are no alkaline metals in table salt (NaCl), so im assuming you mean alkali metal. Sodium (Na) 8. Silver (Ag) 14. Chlorine (Cl) 2. Lead (Pb) 6. Mercury (Hg) hope this helps and bring on more :D

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Why is table salt classes as a strong electrolyte, and table sugar classes as a nonelectrolyte? Does solubilit

Table salt is NaCl which is a salt formed by neutralization reaction between strong acid HCl and strong base NaOH. Products of strong acid and strong base are strong electrolytes because they are fully dissociated in aqueous solutions. In contrast table sugar is sucrose which is a covalently linked organic product of glucose and fructose. In solution sucrose remains as it is and unlike NaCl does not get dissociated into its participating ions. This makes table sugar a nonelectrolyte

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I just got my molar teeth extracted, and they told me to rinse with salt water, but what kind?

I would use table salt (sodium chloride) if I had the choice, because it's likely to be purer than sea salt, which I think is composed of several compounds. Dissolve a half tsp in half a glass of warm water, enough for several rinses. Make sure you get the water to the rear of your mouth. I would gargle with the mouthful too, to clear any germs from the top of my throat

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How can I kill some very aggressive OLEANDER bushes?

Sprinkle table salt on them

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Food: What foods do not go well with table salt?

i just learned u r not supposed to sprinkle salt on watermelon

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What are some exotic forms of table salt or pepper?

Celtic sea salt has all the natural minerals left in, it is a grey color, soft and sticky.Table salt has been leached of all the natural impurities, these tend to make the salt moist and sticky, not suitable for salt shaker use. A free flowing agent is added to shaker table salt.

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What is the difference between Ice cream salt and just regular table salt?

Rock salt is cheaper. Some ice cream makers do recommend using table salt, so there is obviously no operational reason not to use it. But if rock salt will suffice, using table salt in an ice cream freezer is like washing your floor with distilled water - too much added cost for not much added benefit. Richard E. Barrans Jr., Ph.D. PG Research Foundation, Darien, Illinois

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What happened to my "table salt" when I tried to sepparate the sodium from the chlorine???

Well, I would have to say that you were somewhat successful. From the description of your experiment with the salt changing in color, the sodium was separated from the chlorine gas. However, sodium metal is extremely reactive and most likely formed bonds with the oxygen in the water, forming Na2O (sodium oxide) and releasing hydrogen gas (which is the most likely cause for the "boiling" effect). This experiment could have some very nasty outcomes if performed without proper safety measures - chlorine is very reactive and will burn your nasal and muscal membranes. Hydrogen is easily combustible (and also quite reactive in general). Final outcome - you probably have sodium oxide, hydrogen gas, possibly chlorine gas, and the aluminum chloride on the electrodes.

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If I Add Table Salt (NaCl) into Water and Do Electrolysis Do I Get Chlorine and Hydrogen Gases? No O
If I Add Table Salt (NaCl) into Water and Do Electrolysis Do I Get Chlorine and Hydrogen Gases? No O
If your electrolysis cell is running enough electricity, and you are using a strong-enough salt solution, to dissociate the salt molecules, you will indeed get chlorine gas, hydrogen gas, and sodium hydroxide. If you are set up for electrolysis of water, the salt will stay intact and no chlorine will emanate1. What will happen if an atomic bomb exploded in the presence of hydrogen gas? Won't it cause nuclear fusion in hydrogen?Not unless the atomic bomb is part of an H Bomb.The atomic bomb will just disperse the hydrogen - the exact opposite of what you need for fusion.The hydrogen may well ignite if there is also oxygen. However, I doubt that will be detectable in the vicinity of a nuclear explosiin2. How to Fix Corroded Battery TerminalsAbout: I've always liked pulling things apart - it's the putting back together again that I have some issues with! Many a time I've managed to get my hands on some electronic gizmo only to find that the battery compartment totally corroded. It's usually one of the main reasons I think that people throw toys and whatever else takes batteries away. The corrosion is caused by potassium hydroxide which can leak out of alkaline batteries (these are the usual types of batteries you put inside toys etc). All batteries discharge, either through use or just slowly through the production of hydrogen gas which forms pressure in the battery. Eventually that pressure will find a way out through a seal or as the battery ages, through corrosion or rust in the outer shell. As soon as the first signs of a leak forms, then the best thing to do is to get rid of the battery. if you do not get to it in time however, then the corrosion can grow and spread out of the battery which causes oxidisation and corrosion of the terminals making your device caput. This Instructable will go through a couple of ways that you can fix your device to bring it back to life again. The first is the most extreme corrosion where the terminals have to be replaced, the second is a small amount of oxidisation which only needed the potassium hydroxide to be neutralised and the terminals to be cleaned. You can take precautions though to stop this happening such as not mixing different battery types in the same device, replacing all of the batteries at the same time, storing in a dry place and at room temperature, and removing batteries for storage of devices. I am inherently optimistic (and also lazy) so I've never taken any of these precautions but it's definitely good practice, especially with expensive electronic goods.3. How does " The Fruit Battery” work? [closed]To understand how the fruit battery works you need to understand electrochemical reactions and galvanic cells. There's also a nice Wikipedia article describing the Lemon battery.The basic idea is that the lemon is acidic, meaning there is a higher concentration of hydrogen ions (H) in solution than hydroxide ions (OH-). When the Zinc is placed into the acidic solution it will tend to oxidize/dissolve into the solution, releasing electrons which pair up with the hydrogen ions to form hydrogen gas. If you do not hook up a wire you are left with a standard galvanic corrosion process because the electrons will simply flow through the solution. However, the acidic/ionic solution is not very conductive compared to a copper wire hooked up and connected to a copper plate, also placed in the solution. The electrons will flow through the wire towards the copper plate, giving it a slight negative charge, which in turn attracts the positively charged hydrogen ions. I seem to remember this increases the reaction speed, but I am not positive about this (pun intended). The most noticeable effect is that the hydrogen bubbles will be produced around the copper rather than around the zinc, which tends to be saturated with positively charged zinc ions. The metals do not need to be zinc and copper, and the solution does not need to be acidic, though these are often used for demonstration purposes because they are relatively easy/cheap to obtain and safe.Incidentally this same process is sometimes used to protect metallic components. Ever seen galvanized nails/screws at the hardware store? These operate on a similar galvanic cell where the nail is coated with a zinc layer. As the nail is exposed to humidity/water the zinc will slowly dissolve into solution. The steel/iron core (as well as the copper) will not dissolve because it has a more positive standard electrode potential than the zinc. The zinc in this case is known as a "sacrificial anode" because it's being sacrificed to protect the other metal. It's not even necessary for the sacrificial anode to completely coat the hardware it's protecting, the only requirement is that there needs to be some electrically conductive path between the sacrificial anode and the element being protected. This usually works better than protective coatings which are ineffective when there is a small crack or chip in the coating
What Is the Difference in Cooking of Using Sea Salt Or Regular Table Salt?
What Is the Difference in Cooking of Using Sea Salt Or Regular Table Salt?
IDK, but salt isnt just salt. I did a salt tasting once and tried nearly 14 salts from all over the world, they had very different flavor. one tasted like smoked food1. JPA, what is the difference between normal salt and Kosher salt?Kosher salt has a much larger grain size than regular table salt, and a more open granular structure. Like common table salt, kosher salt consists of the chemical compound sodium chloride. Unlike common table salt, Kosher salt typically contains no additives (for example, iodide).2. Do you like sea salt or regular salt?It all burns my tongue3. sugar or salt?SUGAR AND WATER. anything that taste sweet. IM A CANDY LUVER !!!!!!!!! ^-^ OHH and you sugar more than salt to survive . ocean water already has salt. so whats the point4. Why is HCl not a salt?As it can donate H ions it is acid as per Bronsted Lowry theory5. Take this with a grain of salt?Some think that this saying is very old, dating to the time of Pliny and Pompeii in ancient Rome. Pliny's writings recount the tale of a raid on enemy kings camp. Pompeii found a bottle of the antidote for the poison the king had concocted. One of the directions for the antidote was that it be taken with a grain of salt. If the king tried to poison Pompeii, Pompeii now had the antidote to protect himself. Because of this Pompeii could challenge the credibility of the kings threats. He knew that the threats would be dire but they would also be exaggerated and ineffective with his use of the salt and the antidote. He took those threats with a grain of salt. In that same context we use the phrase today, to regard something with skepticism. Some etymologists (those who study words and their origins) believe that use of the phrase dwindled and was rekindled about three hundred years ago. Salt figures in our language in other ways. Salt was very highly prized as a means to cure and preserve meats. It was given to the serfs by the land owners in very small rations. This practice led to the word salary which we use today to describe our wages. Again, because of its value, if someone were offered salt that was a symbol of high regard. When negotiations were ongoing it was said that the parties were eating salt together. In addition, if a treaty were agreed to, it may well have been said the the agreement was made with salt over the table. We may take salt for granted now but we do owe it a debt. It is an essential element for our bodies. Most table salt is now iodized so it also provides the iodine we need. Use of iodized salt has almost eradicated goiter, a disease causing a very large and swollen thyroid gland, often resulting in a large swelling on the front of the neck. The next time you salt your French fries think of the history behind the salt6. Why do you salt the rim of a Margarita?you dont know how or why? why because its yummy. how is you use a lime wedge and rub it around the rim of your cup then dip it upside down in a bowl of salt. the juice in the lime will make it stick well.7. Help With Salt Water Aquarium!!?Your preliminary commence-up value for a fifty 5 gallon tank (the minimum a beginner could commence with) is around $500.00 (each little thing lined). Smaller marine tanks are very puzzling to maintain wholesome for novices. you desire numerous journey to handle each and all the themes linked with water high quality interior the smaller structures. in case you have by no potential had an aquarium, i might commence with a freshwater tank and after gaining some maintnance journey, then pass directly to saltwater. the suited element could be to have an experienced hobbyist coach you how to get all started the two way8. What is the differance between Kosher salt and regular table salt?Kosher salt (sodium chloride) is one of the most commonly used salt in commercial kitchens today. Kosher salt, unlike common table salt, typically contains no additives (for example, iodine). Kosher salt has a much larger grain than regular table salt, and a more open crystal structure. Kosher salt gets its name, not because it follows the guidelines for kosher foods as written in the Torah, but rather because of its use in making meats kosher, by helping to extract the blood from the meat. (Nearly all salt is kosher, including ordinary table salt). Because kosher salt grains are larger than regular table salt grains, when meats are coated in kosher salt the salt does not dissolve readily; the salt remains on the surface of the meat longer, allowing fluids to leach out of the meat. Kosher salt can be used in nearly all applications, but it is not generally recommended for baking with recipes that use small amounts of liquid (wet ingredients). If there is not enough liquid, the kosher salt will not dissolve sufficiently, and this can result in small bits of salt in the resulting product. In certain applications this is undesirable. In recipes where there is enough liquid to dissolve all the salt, a volume of table salt can be replaced by approx. twice as much kosher salt (by volume.) Chefs often prefer kosher salt because its texture allows the chef to pinch a larger quantity of salt and evenly sprinkle the flakes on food. One of the most ardent supporters of kosher salt cooking for the layman is Alton Brown, Food Network's host of Good Eats. At least half of his recipes use it, and he often speaks of its value. One of his hour long specials, 'Eat this Rock' featured salt, its origin and uses exclusively. Edible salt, also called table salt or just salt, is a mineral, one of a very few rocks (such as calcium) commonly eaten by humans. There are different forms of edible salt: unrefined salt, refined salt, table salt or iodised salt. It is a crystalline solid, white, pale pink or light grey in colour, obtained from sea water or from rock deposits. Sea salt comes in fine or larger crystals. In nature, it includes not only sodium chloride, but also other vital trace minerals. Edible rock salts may be slightly greyish in colour due to this mineral content. Salt is necessary for the survival of all living creatures, including humans. Salt is involved in regulating the water content (fluid balance) of the body. Salt flavour is one of the basic tastes. Salt cravings may be caused by trace mineral deficiencies as well as by a deficiency of sodium chloride itself. Salt is required for life, but overconsumption can increase the risk of health problems, including high blood pressure, in those individuals who are genetically predisposed to hypertension. In food preparation, salt is used as a preservative and as a seasoning.
Cold Weather Tip - Use Table Salt to Keep Your Garage Door Seal From Freezing to the Floor
Here's a cold weather tip for you. Don't let winter's freeze and thaw cycle cause the garage door seal to freeze to the concrete floor when the temperature drops overnight. Use table salt to reduce the chance of having your car captured inside the garage simply because of variations in temperature.Whether it's wind piling snow up against the door to your garage or a dripping eave that is splashing around the front of the garage, chances are you've encountered a vehicle door that froze itself to the concrete floor overnight.To avoid this, keep snow away from the door. That means opening it and sweeping or shoveling out the snow and slush during the warmest part of the day. Also, sprinkle a generous amount of table salt right along where the rubber seal meets up with the concrete, then close the door back down. This will minimize the chance of it freezing by keeping the salt in place.If you keep a large container of table salt near the garage door, it will be handy and you'll remember to use it.Keep the area beneath the garage door seal swept clear of snow and reapply salt as necessary. It sounds like a hassle, but chipping ice away from the bottom of the garage door and chewing up the rubber seal in the process is no fun, and parking outside the garage defeats the purpose of having a garage in the first place.Use this cold weather tip to help keep your garage door operating smoothly throughout the winter.
Is Table Salt and Water Ok to Clean New Cartilage Piercing.....?
Yes salt water will help with the healing, but you should boil the water first and then add the salt, wait for it to cool and then use a cotton pad to clean it, the heat kills bacteria in the water1. Why does my dog smell so bad?We would really need more information about your dog to properly answer your question. Perhaps he has a skin infection? If he has big rolls of skin, infection can grow under them. If you are bathing him often, be sure you dry him well, especially under any rolls of skin. If you constantly get him wet and leave moisture in any folds of skin, bacteria and/or yeast will grow there and smell bad. Ears are the same way, if they get wet they can grow bad smelling stuff as well. I would recommend seeing your veterinarian to find out what is going on for sure, and they can prescribe some medication, and possibly a medicated shampoo. (IF that is what is wrong in the first place.)2. What is the best mixing ratio for isopropyl alcohol to water for hand sanitizers?70 %. You have to weight two different things against each other. By itself, isopropyl alcohol is more toxic to cells and bacteria the stronger it is.nAt the same time, isopropyl alcohol creates a chemical coagulation of the outer cell membranes, including those of the bacteria. When using a stronger solution than 70 %, the cell membranes coagulate more strongly, making it less permeable to the isopropyl alcohol. This is why 70 % isopropyl alcohol is the best disinfectant.The same is the case for ordinary alcohol, but with ordinary alcohol the best disinfectant is 60 % alcohol. What is the best mixing ratio for isopropyl alcohol to water for hand sanitizers?3. Why is my pool doing this? PLEASE ANSWER and read details!!!!?If it is a plastic pool, chemicals may be leaching from the plastic which float on the surface. If it is a in ground pool, and the water is the same as the water you routinely drink and wash with, then the answer lies in the chemicals you are using to treat the water for algae and bacteria. One of them has an oily based composition ... feel each one and find out which and then look for an alternate. If there is no alternate use a sample and find a shampoo that breaks it down better than the one you are using.4. doctors gave me medicine for stomach ulcer?I had a perforated ulcer when I was 28, and the medicine then helped the ulcer to dry-up. I have pictures of the ulcer scar taken from an endoscope pushed through my throat into my stomach. Thirty years later, I had similar symptoms to the earlier ulcer. A doctor in Australia proved that ulcers are caused by bacteria that can bury themselves in your stomach wall . The name of the bacterium that causes ulcers is Helicobacter pylori. In the doctor's office, I blew my breathe into a ballon that reacted with a substance that confirmed I had an ulcer. A blood test was also performed, and the ulcer was again confirmed. Did your doctor instruct you to take the medicine every day? If not, you may still have pain from the ulcer or gastritis, which is inflammation of the stomach lining. I have taken prescribed medication for my stomach once a day for 15 years. I am presently taken Prilosec, and I never have any stomach pain. OTC Prilosec is available at any pharmacy. You could try the smallest size package, taken only one pill a day to determine how it makes you feel. The prescribed Prilosec is twice as strong as OTC Prilosec, so you may or may not need to take two pills a day. If Prilosec works for you, you can decide whether to revisit the doctor.5. Thinking of Disinfecting Your Sponge? It'll Do More Harm Than GoodCommon house-cleaning wisdom advises you to clean your sponges periodically. Some experts advise running them through the dishwasher, while others suggest microwaving a wet sponge. But a new study says that both of those techniques will do more harm than good, as The New York Times reports. A trio of microbiologists came to this conclusion after collecting used sponges from households in Villingen-Schwenningen, Germany, a city near Zurich. As the researchers write in Nature Scientific Reports, they asked the 14 houses that gave them sponges to describe how they were used-how many people in the house handled them, how often they used them, how often they replaced them, and if they ever tried to clean them. Analyzing DNA and RNA found on those sponges, they found a total of 362 different bacterial species living on them. The sheer number of the bacterial colonies was staggering-some 82 billion total bacteria were living in a cubic inch of sponge. (As co-author Markus Egert told the Times, that's similar to what you would find in your poop.) As the researchers discovered by analyzing the bacteria found on sponges whose users said they regularly cleaned them, disinfecting a sponge using a microwave, vinegar, or a dishwasher is worse than useless. It seems that when you attempt to clean a sponge, you kill off some bacteria, but in doing so, you provide an environment for the worst species of bacteria to thrive. Sponges that were regularly cleaned had higher concentrations of bacteria like Moraxella osloensis, which can cause infections in humans. (Though it's unclear how likely you are to get infected by your sponge.) It's also the reason dirty laundry smells. By microwaving your sponge, you are probably just making it smellier. Sadly, there's not much you can do about your dirty sponge except throw it away. You can recycle it to use as part of your cleaning routine in the bathroom or somewhere else where it's far away from your food, but the best way to get a clean sponge, it seems, is to just buy a new one. May we suggest the Scrub Daddy?
Treat Fountain Water with Table Salt?
Use bleach. It works better than salt. Or get some swimming pool chemicals1. Cartilage Piercing! SEA SALT SOAK? 10pts best answer!?It's okay to use, but it's best if you get salt where the only ingredient is salt [no anti-caking agents or anything]. I get Baleine, and it's in a red cylinder. But I am sure you will be fine2. Fresh to salt water helpI do not know a whole lot either. But as far as the cheaper way of doint things. I know that you can actually use a regulare florecent light if you do not have any corals or other live plants. Ask your local pet store I bet they would know what I am talking about. My husband and I figured this out when we were doing a bit of research. Good Luck!3. What's Fruit Salt?Here is an explanation of fruit salt:Invented in the 1850s by James Crossley Eno of Newcastle, the Fruit Salt sold like hotcakes to sailors looking for something to keep them healthy on long journeys. The product is still available today - now manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline, it sells in vast quantities worldwide and is a popular ingredient in Indian cookery. It contains sodium bicarbonate, citric acid and sodium carbonate, but in 1906 the Pharmaceutische Centralhalle fr Deutschland analysed it as 50% sodium bicarbonate, 15% sodium bitartrate and 35% free tartaric acid. But do click through the link - it also includes an advertisement for fruit salt from 18904. salt water fish question?Hi! I tried all your links but none of them showed up but i will make a list of good fish you can try keeping in that 38 gallon tank: 1 flame angel 2 ocellaris clown fish 1 yellowtail damsel 1 green banded goby 1 neon goby 1 humbug damsel 2 shrimps and other essential clean up crews That's a list of potential candidates, but you will have to ask the guy where you buying fish from to know for sure. Good Luck!5. Is iodine salt better than non-iodised salt?(Cross posted from a similar question)A deficiency in iodine can cause thyroid issues such as hypothyroidism, and a giant thyroid swelling called a goiter.Iodide is found in the earth, more in some places than others. When it is washed into the water it forms iodine. Some locations naturally have more iodide than others in the soil than others. Where it is plentiful, it can appear in plants and even cow's milk. Others locations are naturally iodide deficient, and people there will suffer thyroid issues unless they compensate. The best food sources for iodine are seaweed and salt water fish. The amount in freshwater fish depends upon how much iodine is in the water at that location.It was decided to add iodine to table salt because that was the easiest way to make sure everyone got enough of it. If you don't need it, the little extra won't hurt you. But if you are not getting enough from other sources, salt can be an important source of the nutrient.So if you know for a fact you have a diet rich in iodine, it doesn't matter what salt you use. If you don't get enough, or don't know, iodized is better for thyroid health.Here are some goiters to look at:Is iodine salt better than non-iodised salt?Which salt is better, iodized or non-iodized?6. Use of salt to hash a passwordWell, the reason we add salt when hashing passwords is not to make a single hashed password stronger (it does not , except in a way I will explain below), it's to fix up some weaknesses that appear when you have a collection of hashed passwords.If the attacker somehow gets a single hashed password, then adding a salt does not really slow the attacker down (assuming that he gets the salt as well; since the salt is commonly stored with the hashed password, this is a reasonable assumption). Without the salt, the attacker can guess various passwords, hash them, and see if any of them hashes to the target value. With the salt, the attacker simply includes that when he hashes his guesses, and so that does not make his job any harder.However, if the attacker gets a list of hashed passwords, then adding a salt does make the attacker's job harder. Without the salt, the attacker can guess various passwords, hash them, and see if any of them hashes to a value on the list; if he has a collection of 1000 hashed passwords, he has just checked 1000 passwords with a single hash. On the other hand, if each hashed password includes a salt, and if each salt is different, then to check to see if a guessed password is accurate, he has to run 1000 hashes (with each hash using a different salt); this does make his job harder.In addition, there are clever ways that an attacker can use to precompute hashes of various possible passwords (and store those in a manner that is considerably more compact than the list of hashed passwords). Without salt, the attacker who has spent the time to create the table can quickly check if any of the hash passwords happen to be one of the ones he has precomputed. It turns out salt interferes with those as well (because the salt is another thing that the precompute method would need to guess, and if the salt is of reasonable size, this is impractical).Now, when I mentioned above that there is a way that a salt makes even a single password stronger, it's because of these precomputation methods. It makes the use of a precomputed table impractical. The attacker can still do a dictionary search on the hashed password, but he has to do the computation after he has obtained the hashed password (and he can not reuse that effort to attack anything else).Finally, the other thing that salt helps with is to obscure whether two passwords happen to be the same. Without salt, two identical passwords will hash to the same exact value, which an attacker that gets the hashed values can see. Even if the attacker can not tell what the common password is, it may give him information that we do not want him to have (such as "User X" and "User Y" are the same physical person). With salt, there is no such information leakage.You also asked about salt length; from the above discussion, it should be obvious that we want salt values to be unique. One easy way to make them unique is to choose them randomly, and make them long enough that collisions (that is, two passwords get the same salt) are unlikely. In general, if we can expect to have $N$ different hashed passwords, we will want at least $N^2$ different salt values (with more being better); 10 random alphanumeric characters does this nicely. As for always picking the same salt length, well, since we assume that the attacker can see the salt values, we do not want the salt lengths to leak any information about the password. Choosing the same length for all salts achieves this nicely
Whats the Difference Between Table Salt and Sea Salt?
sea salt is naturally produced where as table salt is artifically made1. chinese dish, salt and pepper chicken?INGREDIENTS 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 4 skinless, boneless chicken breast halves 1 tablespoon salt 1 tablespoon ground black pepper 1 cup milk DIRECTIONS Season chicken with salt and pepper (no such thing as too much, since this is the only seasoning this dish has)! Heat oil in a medium skillet over medium high heat and add chicken. Saute until browned, about 5 minutes each side, then add milk (enough to cover 3/4 of the chicken). Reduce heat to low and simmer for 2 hours, uncovered. Remove chicken and use juices in skillet as a sauce.2. What is the difference between mineral rock salt and epsom salt?Epsom salt is magnesium sulfate (MgSO4). It has a number of medical uses and can be taken internally as a laxative. Rock salt is NaCl. Superficially, rock salt and Epsom salt resemble each other. Both are coarse clear crystals that dissolve in water and both can be used as bath salt. Rock salt should never be used for the same purposes as Epsom salt. They contain completely different elements and behave differently in the body. In fact, rock salt should not be used internally.3. why are salt marshes called salt marshes?I searched the text of the bill and found nothing specificially about neither the salt marsh mouse nor San Fransisco nor wetland conservation. A little more search, and I turned up an article that had this to say: "One peak behind the bureaucratic curtain has yielded the following examples of hidden program information that is not included in the language of the bill or report." The article then names (along with other claims) the $30 million that you are questioning. I do not know exactly what a "peak behind the bureaucratic curtain" is exactly. But I do not doubt that Pelosi, as the bill's sponsor, has some pull to get projects that she wants4. How hard is the upkeep of salt-water aquariums in the home? Also,what fish would you recommend?Once you get the tank set up maintenance is about the same as fresh water there's a few extra things: Check salt - be ready to adjust levels Check water quality more often (I would suggest once a week at least); again be ready to make adjustments. Bigger tanks require less water changes, once monthly for anything bigger than a 55. Here are a few things to consider and a few recommendations. Nothing smaller than a thirty gallon tank but buy the biggest tank you can afford. Invest in a good filter. If you want anything other than fish invest in a good protein skimmer. Here's what you will need. Tank Stand (wood is better - metal will rust faster due to the salt). Marine salt Hydrometer Test strips Heater Filter Protein skimmer (optional) Dechlorinator (get Prime it's the best) And you may need to get some sort of buffer it depends how the water is where you live. Step up! Fill tank half way with water - do not use a regular garden hose. If you use a hose make sure it's clear the regular green or black ones carry metal that's potentially deadly to aquarium inhabitants. Use a bucket to start mixing in salt - make sure the salt mixes in you can not just add it to the tank because it will just sink to the bottom and not affect your salinity at all. The salt comes in bags or buckets that say for 50 gallons or 20 gallons or 125 gallons and so on - you can guess how much you will need based on this and the gallons of your tank. Once mostly full start measuring salinity with the hydrometer add salt or fresh water as needed to get levels right. The hydrometer will have a green area that's safe (around 1.022 - 1.024 is what I recommend - but see what your supplier keeps their tanks at and match your tank to theirs - it will make transitions easier). The tank should then be left alone with filter running for 1 week. If you wish add live bacteria (through TLC, live rock or live sand after the salt levels are good). Introduce damsels first - let them cycle the tank for around a month. If you want an aggressive tank go with domino or velvet damsels. For less to none aggressive fish use green chromis damsel. For in between use yellow tail or yellow belly damsels. After than slowly add fish - clown fish are good for the second stage because they are fairly hardy. For coral or anemones wait at least a month maybe 3 or 4 after the tank is fully cycled. If you have problems with damsels of other fish being aggressive towards new fish move the rocks you put in a round, by the way provide plenty of hiding spaces. When introducing new fish do a slow acclimation where you let the fish float for 15 minutes then drain most of the water out leave the fish in the bag and add some of your tank water every 5 minutes for 15 minutes. This will acclimate them to your salinity and water quality slowly and reduce fish loss. Best of luck! :)
Is Sea Salt Better Than Regular Table Salt?
the main distinction between sea salt and table salt is the reality that table salt has long previous to a pair refinements the place minerals are extracted from it for use for different applications. Sea salt on the different hand does pass into any kind of refinement and nonetheless has its organic occuring minerals in tact1. Which salt is healthier? - Dry salt or Sea salt?Guess what people salt is salt, sodium chloride, NaCl. It is all sea salt. The salt from the salt mines are left over from a ancient sea. I grew up on San Francisco bay. There were evaporation ponds all around the bay to get salt.The biggest producer was Leslie, yep you normal table salt with some additives like Iodine. Leave out the additives and you have what is called sea salt. Same old salt.2. Sea salt versus regular salt...?Table salt has iodine in it i do believe and sea salt dose not , and iodine is the stuff that stings really bad (i think)3. My bottom feeder has fin rot, can I use aquarium salt?Small amounts of aquarium salt are okay, but if its a cory cat, they are very sensitive to salt. Raise the temp to 82 degrees, and really make sure you are doing regular water changes, because the fin rot is due to harsh water conditions4. Is Vegemite a salt mixture?Vegemite is made from brewers' yeast extract, a by-product of beer manufacturing, various vegetables, wheat and spice additives. It is salty, slightly bitter and malty, and rich in umami - similar to beef bouillon. The texture is smooth and the product is a paste. It is not as intensely flavoured as British Marmite and it is less sweet than the New Zealand version of Marmite5. salt water into fresh water?relies upon on what form of fish. Salmon stay interior the sea yet spawn in freshwater. Their hatchlings initiate existence in sparkling water then swim back to the sea. i am not sure what organ enables them to try this (maximum in all probability the kidneys) yet countless species of saltwater fish can try this. i have not heard of a freshwater fish that spawns in saltwater yet there are additionally fish that stay in estuaries the place salt and sparkling water mixture. in case you have been to take a freshy and throw him in salt or vice versa they might in all probability die from kidney failure interior 10 minutes6. How often do I have to give my horse loose salt?I use loose salt but keep it available at all times. I have containers that are fastened in everyone's stall so they can take what they need. Horses are self limiting on minerals so they will only take in what is needed at the present time. She needs to have access to salt as it is the only mineral that is not readily available in feeds and forage naturally. I would not add it to her food as it could be a deterrent from her eating her full ration7. Why do ocean salt water and pure water with added salt taste different?Water from the ocean contains a lot more than simple table salt.If you want to make ocean-water, use marine aquarium salt.Typical Ionic Concentrations of Marine Salt. Units=mg/L. Levels will vary based on salinity. Chloride19,336Sodium10,752Sulfate2,657Magnesium1,317Potassium421Calcium380Carbonate/Bicarbonate142Strontium9.5Boron16Bromide56Iodide0.060Lithium0.3Silicon8. Is holy water, salt water?In a pinch, any water can be made into holy water. All it takes is a proper blessing.But salt water is probably less desirable. That would make for an ugly font, unless the sect is particularly nautical.Is holy water, salt water?9. Why was salt lake city called salt lake city?it was settled next to the great salt lake in utah10. How to measure a pinch of salt?There is no exact answer. It is the amount of salt that you think is enough, sprinkled on what ever you are doing. It is the same as a knob of butter.11. will salt help with my acne?that would irritate your skin12. why is salt water taffy called salt water?Because it was created in Atlantic City, NJ, and sold on the Boardwalk to beach-goers
Talent Is Cheaper Than Table Salt.
Talent is cheaper than table salt. What separates the talented individual from the successful one is a lot of hard work. Stephen KingLately, Ive been hearing relatively the same thing from a lot of people around me: Over beers, a friend said, Ive never seen two women have such a laser like focus on one thing in my whole life. Picking up signage for an event, the printer said to me, You girls are busier than anyone Ive ever seen I didnt know you were back in town, I thought you were in New York! A girlfriend of ours said, I seriously dont know how you two are getting all of this done, arent you exhausted?Basically, they are acknowledging that my partner and I are working hard and we agree. It really hit home when we were included as one of the Top 10 Websites for Entrepreneurial Women. Such an amazing nod for us and we were elated. Looking at the other 9 websites on the list, a lot of them have funding, have amazing founders and have a sizable marketing budget. We dont have any of those things, but dammit we work hard to make up for it. Of course they all work their asses off too, but if you are in the same boat as we are (small budgets, bootscrapping), it doesnt mean it cant be done.Related: How To Start A BusinessMy favorite hard work story is that of Sara Blakely, founder of Spanx and the youngest female self-made billionaire in history. She still owns 100% of her company and at age 40, was gorgeously featured on the cover of the billionaire issue of Forbes. Using $5,000 (her savings) she busted her ass and made it happen. Creating makeshift displays in Neiman Marcus and Nordstorms, and hustling hustling hustling. We interviewed the founders of CitySlips, Katie and Susie, who took their own money and started from their dorm room. Barbara Corcoran, an investor on Shark Tank, took a $1,000 loan and turned it into a billion dollar real estate empire. Money didnt determine their success, their hard work did.Weve heard time and time again from Napolean Hill, Wayne Dyer, Marie Forleo, Seth Godin and others, stories of their own and people they respect, that when you want to give up youre almost there. Drill just 3 more feet and youll find the oil. Seth Godin calls this the dip. In his book, The Dip, he explains that giving up isnt a bad thing, its a good thing sometimes, but you wont hit success until you go through the dip. The point where you just want to give up and call it quits. Recognize this point, push hard through it and enjoy the upswing.I believe that we are all talented, its how hard we work that determines the outcome. Its not easy to go to 4 networking events a week after working all day, its not easy to turn down a date because you have to get a proposal put together for a meeting in the morning, its not easy to only give a card when you want to give a gift because youre watching your pennies. Its not easy to always be on because you are trying to brand yourself. But it is part of the process and if you keep working hard, itll pay off.Entrepreneurship isnt for the faint of heart, sister you have to believe enough to put in the hard work. You dont have to be the smartest or the most talented you just have to work the hardest.Get to work,Stephanie Burns, Founder Chic CEO@ChicCEO.·RELATED QUESTIONOptimizing support board placement on work table wingAs @hazzey mentioned in a comment under the OP, if nothing is going to break, then the choice is mostly arbitrary. So I'm going to assume that things do break.A structural element can basically collapse in three ways: excessive axial force (tension or compression), shear force or bending moment. Each of these is calculated differently.For simple things like a table, one can assume a simple calculation for the maximum supported tensile force $T_R$:$$T_R f_ycdot A$$where $f_y$ is the allowable tensile stress and $A$ is the total cross-section area.Shear force can also be calculated in a similar fashion:$$Q_R f_qcdot A$$where $f_q$ is the allowable shear stress. For steel one often uses $f_q 0.6f_y$.Bending moment has a series of complications due to lateral buckling. However, since that probably won't be the limiting factor in the design of your table, I'll skip over them as well. Therefore, we can take simply that the maximum stress at any point in the beam must be less than $f_y$. The applied stress can be obtained via$$ sigma dfracMy12EI$$where $M$ is the bending moment, $y$ is the height from the centroid of the desired point, $E$ is the material's elastic modulus, and $I$, the cross-section's second moment of area (aka, moment of inertia).I have left compression for last because it's the one with complications we can't avoid, since they will probably be the controlling factors. For short segments, the maximum allowable compressive force is equal to the maximum tensile force $T_R$ presented above. That being said, due to buckling, this usually isn't the case. Buckling is a pain and has a bunch of complications in and of themselves, but for a ballpark value, we can use Euler's equation:$$P_E dfracpi^2EI(KL)^2$$where $K$ is a factor depending on the element's support conditions. $P_E$ is non-conservative, meaning the actual allowable compressive force will certainly be lower than this.There is also another way the table can fail and that is if it doesn't suit your needs. It's possible for the table to support the desired load but to do so by deforming completely, making it unappealing and unusable. Deflections, however, don't have simple equations and depend on the current conditions.So, now we need to find the stresses that occur in your table. This is its structural model (the partial dimensions are placeholders and change according to the selected angle and value of length $A$. The load is also a placeholder):The balancing act that is required is due to the fact that:The optimal solution needs to balance all of these considerations and it goes beyond the scope of this answer to actually obtain it (especially given that it depends on the materials and cross-sections). To perform the structural analyses, a 2D frame analysis tool like Ftool (free) can be used. That being said, 45 degrees is usually a good bet.
Talent Is Cheaper Than Table Salt Heres Why.
Talent is cheaper than table salt. What separates the talented individual from the successful one is a lot of hard work.- Stephen KingWe see this phenomenon play out, every day, in almost every profession.But as many times as well hear stories of successful entrepreneurs, movie stars and sports idols, for some reason we still tend to overvalue talent and undervalue hard work.Theres no question in my mind that whatever success Ive had building AdVenture Media has been attributed to persistent, hard work. Just putting in the hours and trying to succeed on an ongoing, uninterrupted basis.In fact, Im not exceedingly talented in any domain. I dont have a great head for business, Im certainly not an exemplary leader, I dont have incredible interpersonal skills, and Im far from brilliant.Im above average in a lot of areas, but Im not uniquely talented in any.So why do we put so much emphasis on talent?When we see other successful people, we automatically think to ourselves, Gosh, if I was only as talented as him or her, Id be really successful.Thats a lie. You wouldnt be.Because they work a lot harder than you do.One of the most compelling reasons we attribute others success to their talent is an interesting and pervasive psychological phenomenon called the fundamental attribution bias.Essentially that means we tend to overemphasize dispositional (talent) factors in the success of others, and underemphasize situational factors (hard work).Because we humans dont like to give credit to someones own choices and effort, we chalk success up to innate talent, a lucky genetic lottery drawing, or any other of many reasons that deflect someone elses success onto their dispositions, as opposed to their conscious decisions.The reason we have this bias is quite simple. If we believe that the successful person is successful because they worked hard and made good choices (something we can also do), then were actually to blame for our lack of success.When we realize that with hard work, we can do it too, theres much less of an excuse for not doing it.But if we can live in the universe where everyones success is attributed to their natural talents, which we of course dont have, theres good reason that were still stuck marinating in our own failures and botched opportunities.So its important to realize two things:One, talent, like Stephen King says, is indeed cheaper than table salt. Talent is commonplace and talent never got anyone anywhere.Hard work wins, every single time.And secondly, meditate on the fundamental attribution bias. Next time you see yourself admiring someone elses success, stop for a moment or two and realize that their success was a result of the very same substance available to you.Realize those things and begin working really hard every day.Good things will happen·RELATED QUESTIONRemoving secondary data files. DBCC SHRINKFILE: Page could not be moved because it is a work table pageRestarting the server should be enough - those worktables should clear out. But I'd probably start it up in single user mode (-m) to prevent other processes from creating worktables before you successfully remove those files. Then redefine the files required for tempdb; perhaps deleting unnecessary files, changing sizes, etc. You should also ensure you have an even number of files, that they're all set to the same size, and that they all have the same autogrowth settings (in MB, not %). And it might be a good time to consider TF 1117 and TF 1118 as well (starting point).I'd be very wary about the suggestion to just delete the files from the file system before starting SQL Server again - it might not start at all. (I'd also be curious about what the actual problem is, though. Having too many files doesn't hurt you, really.)
Talent Is Cheaper Than Table Salt.
Talent is cheaper than table salt. What separates the talented individual from the successful one is a lot of hard work. Stephen KingLately, Ive been hearing relatively the same thing from a lot of people around me: Over beers, a friend said, Ive never seen two women have such a laser like focus on one thing in my whole life. Picking up signage for an event, the printer said to me, You girls are busier than anyone Ive ever seen I didnt know you were back in town, I thought you were in New York! A girlfriend of ours said, I seriously dont know how you two are getting all of this done, arent you exhausted?Basically, they are acknowledging that my partner and I are working hard and we agree. It really hit home when we were included as one of the Top 10 Websites for Entrepreneurial Women. Such an amazing nod for us and we were elated. Looking at the other 9 websites on the list, a lot of them have funding, have amazing founders and have a sizable marketing budget. We dont have any of those things, but dammit we work hard to make up for it. Of course they all work their asses off too, but if you are in the same boat as we are (small budgets, bootscrapping), it doesnt mean it cant be done.Related: How To Start A BusinessMy favorite hard work story is that of Sara Blakely, founder of Spanx and the youngest female self-made billionaire in history. She still owns 100% of her company and at age 40, was gorgeously featured on the cover of the billionaire issue of Forbes. Using $5,000 (her savings) she busted her ass and made it happen. Creating makeshift displays in Neiman Marcus and Nordstorms, and hustling hustling hustling. We interviewed the founders of CitySlips, Katie and Susie, who took their own money and started from their dorm room. Barbara Corcoran, an investor on Shark Tank, took a $1,000 loan and turned it into a billion dollar real estate empire. Money didnt determine their success, their hard work did.Weve heard time and time again from Napolean Hill, Wayne Dyer, Marie Forleo, Seth Godin and others, stories of their own and people they respect, that when you want to give up youre almost there. Drill just 3 more feet and youll find the oil. Seth Godin calls this the dip. In his book, The Dip, he explains that giving up isnt a bad thing, its a good thing sometimes, but you wont hit success until you go through the dip. The point where you just want to give up and call it quits. Recognize this point, push hard through it and enjoy the upswing.I believe that we are all talented, its how hard we work that determines the outcome. Its not easy to go to 4 networking events a week after working all day, its not easy to turn down a date because you have to get a proposal put together for a meeting in the morning, its not easy to only give a card when you want to give a gift because youre watching your pennies. Its not easy to always be on because you are trying to brand yourself. But it is part of the process and if you keep working hard, itll pay off.Entrepreneurship isnt for the faint of heart, sister you have to believe enough to put in the hard work. You dont have to be the smartest or the most talented you just have to work the hardest.Get to work,Stephanie Burns, Founder Chic CEO@ChicCEO.·RELATED QUESTIONOptimizing support board placement on work table wingAs @hazzey mentioned in a comment under the OP, if nothing is going to break, then the choice is mostly arbitrary. So I'm going to assume that things do break.A structural element can basically collapse in three ways: excessive axial force (tension or compression), shear force or bending moment. Each of these is calculated differently.For simple things like a table, one can assume a simple calculation for the maximum supported tensile force $T_R$:$$T_R f_ycdot A$$where $f_y$ is the allowable tensile stress and $A$ is the total cross-section area.Shear force can also be calculated in a similar fashion:$$Q_R f_qcdot A$$where $f_q$ is the allowable shear stress. For steel one often uses $f_q 0.6f_y$.Bending moment has a series of complications due to lateral buckling. However, since that probably won't be the limiting factor in the design of your table, I'll skip over them as well. Therefore, we can take simply that the maximum stress at any point in the beam must be less than $f_y$. The applied stress can be obtained via$$ sigma dfracMy12EI$$where $M$ is the bending moment, $y$ is the height from the centroid of the desired point, $E$ is the material's elastic modulus, and $I$, the cross-section's second moment of area (aka, moment of inertia).I have left compression for last because it's the one with complications we can't avoid, since they will probably be the controlling factors. For short segments, the maximum allowable compressive force is equal to the maximum tensile force $T_R$ presented above. That being said, due to buckling, this usually isn't the case. Buckling is a pain and has a bunch of complications in and of themselves, but for a ballpark value, we can use Euler's equation:$$P_E dfracpi^2EI(KL)^2$$where $K$ is a factor depending on the element's support conditions. $P_E$ is non-conservative, meaning the actual allowable compressive force will certainly be lower than this.There is also another way the table can fail and that is if it doesn't suit your needs. It's possible for the table to support the desired load but to do so by deforming completely, making it unappealing and unusable. Deflections, however, don't have simple equations and depend on the current conditions.So, now we need to find the stresses that occur in your table. This is its structural model (the partial dimensions are placeholders and change according to the selected angle and value of length $A$. The load is also a placeholder):The balancing act that is required is due to the fact that:The optimal solution needs to balance all of these considerations and it goes beyond the scope of this answer to actually obtain it (especially given that it depends on the materials and cross-sections). To perform the structural analyses, a 2D frame analysis tool like Ftool (free) can be used. That being said, 45 degrees is usually a good bet.
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