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A study on the new manufacturing processes of high quality salt without hazardous ingredients
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 Title & Authors
A study on the new manufacturing processes of high quality salt without hazardous ingredients
Kim, Kyung-Geun; Mun, Soo-Beom; Shao, Yudo;
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 Abstract
Salt is the most important substance in physiological activities of the human body concerning transport of the ingested nutrients into the blood. Thus, the most ideal salt must not contain any harmful ingredients such as cadmium, mercury, lead, and arsenic. However, it is legal to include trace amounts of the hazardous ingredients in salt owing to a technical limitation, because salt is generally obtained from seawater. This paper reported an experimental result about a new method of manufacturing high-quality table salts without hazardous ingredients by using " low-temperature vacuum drying technology," applied to the sequential extraction phenomenon of seawater with increasing the concentration. The world`s best table salt can be produced if the present results are applied and extended to the traditional solar salt industry.
 Keywords
Seawater;High-quality salt;Hazardous ingredients;Sun-bed salt;Water content ratio;
 Language
Korean
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