Salty sea feels why ..?
The earth's surface consists of 30% of the land area and 70% of the ocean, so the ocean is the most widely covered the surface of the earth. Why is the sea salty? This phenomenon and many have questioned how ya processActually taste salty sea water comes from minerals in the land.
Why is that? In the event of rain on land, water will seep in the soil and gradually going out again through the rivers and eventually reach the sea. At the moment the journey towards the sea water from the land also carries mineral salts that sea filled with mineral salts.
Causes of sea water is salty salts contained therein, in sea water is a mixture of 96.5% pure water and 3.5% other materials such as salts, dissolved gases, organic materials and particles insoluble.Salt is a chemical compound composed of two parts which are positively charged and negatively charged both mutual attraction to form a "salt" (the part that positively and negatively charged are called ION). Elements of the main salts present in sea water are chloride (55%), sodium (31%), sulfate (8%), magnesium (4%), calcium (1%) and the remainder (less than 1%) consisted of bicarbonate, bromide, borax acid, strontium and fluoride.
The main source of sea salts is weathering of rocks on land, volcanic gases and hydrothermal circulation holes (hydrothermal vents) in the deep sea. What is the process? We know that the sea is a gathering place for all the water from the mainland, including rainwater. All of which flow into the sea while rock eroded land and all the objects in its path, carrying also mineral salt ions (all occurred in hydrological processes). It also added other natural events such as volcanic eruptions both on land and seafaring. All events in the chlorine content rich member for the ocean, and occurs continuously for billions of years, until it tastes salty sea water.
Salt how in the kitchen for ..?
Salt is one of the vital cooking ingredients all function as a flavor enhancer. Actually, salt is a mineral composed of sodium and chlorine, which crystallizes and compounding into Sodium Chloride (NaCl). Most of the salt-making process in Indonesia is still traditional.
The farmers get most of the salt from sea water, the salt-making process individually, and then collecting it in the form krosok salt (salt is still shaped large crystals without iodine) to some big factory to do the purification process and packaging into iodine to salt iodized.
Traditional ProcessIn general, the manufacturing process is to collect the salt sea water ponds to a place like the beach. With the help of solar heat that sea water would be evaporated until the NaCl crystals left in the pond. The fish farmers will then collect the salt crystals in order to clean and re washed and dried again.At the granulated salt small washing or purification process after collection from seawater, occur repeatedly until the manure is completely gone. Unlike salt used for industrial plants, usually still a granulated salt krosok greater.