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Definition: sal soda
n : a sodium salt of carbonic acid; used in making soap powders
and glass and paper [syn: sodium carbonate
, washing soda
, soda ash
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Definition: Sal soda
, n. [It., soda, in OIt., ashes used in making
glass, fr. L. solida, fem. of solidus solid; solida having
probably been a name of glasswort. See Solid
(a) Sodium oxide or hydroxide.
(b) Popularly, sodium carbonate or bicarbonate. Sodium
bicarbonate is also called baking soda
2. same as sodium
, used in terms such as bicarbonate of soda
3. same as soda water
4. a non-alcoholic beverage, sweetened by various means,
containing flavoring and supersaturated with carbon
dioxide, so as to be effervescent when the container is
opened; -- in different localities it is variously called
also soda pop
, mineral water
, and minerals
It has many variants. The sweetening agent may be natural,
such as cane sugar or corn syrup, or artificial, such as
saccharin or aspartame. The flavoring varies widely,
popular variants being fruit or cola flavoring.
, sodium hydroxide.
, sodium bicarbonate. [Colloq.]
. See Sodium carbonate
, under Sodium
(Min.), a mineral consisting of the hydrous
sulphate of alumina and soda.
, crude sodium carbonate; -- so called because
formerly obtained from the ashes of sea plants and certain
other plants, as saltwort (Salsola
). See under Sodium
, an apparatus for drawing soda water, fitted
with delivery tube, faucets, etc.
, a lye consisting essentially of a solution of
sodium hydroxide, used in soap making.
. See Nitratine
, salts having sodium for the base; specifically,
sodium sulphate or Glauber's salts.
, the waste material, consisting chiefly of
calcium hydroxide and sulphide, which accumulates as a
useless residue or side product in the ordinary Leblanc
process of soda manufacture; -- called also alkali waste
, sodium carbonate. [Colloq.]
(s[a^]l), n. [L. See Salt
.] (Chem. & Pharm.)
[NL.] (Old Chem.), an impure potassium
carbonate obtained from the ashes of wormwood (Artemisia Absinthium
[NL.] (Old Chem.), salt of sorrel.
. (Old Chem.) See Alembroth
(Chem.), ammonium chloride, NH4Cl
, a white
crystalline volatile substance having a sharp salty taste,
obtained from gas works, from nitrogenous matter, etc. It
is largely employed as a source of ammonia, as a reagent,
and as an expectorant in bronchitis. So called because
originally made from the soot from camel's dung at the
temple of Jupiter Ammon in Africa. Called also muriate of ammonia
[NL.] (Old Med. Chem.), Epsom salts.
[L.] (Old Chem.), common salt, or sodium
. [NL.] (Old Chem.) See Sal ammoniac
Sal de duobus
, Sal duplicatum
[NL.] (Old Chem.),
potassium sulphate; -- so called because erroneously
supposed to be composed of two salts, one acid and one
[NL.] (Old Med. Chem.), potassium acetate.
[NL.] (Old Chem.), acid potassium sulphate.
[NL.] (Old Min.), common salt occuring native.
[NL.] (Old Chem.), salt tin, or stannic chloride;
-- the alchemical name of tin being Jove.
[NL.] (Old Chem.), green vitriol, or ferrous
sulphate; -- the alchemical name of iron being Mars.
[NL.] (Old Chem.) See Microcosmic salt
[NL.] (Old Chem.), sugar of lead.
. (Old Chem.) See Prunella salt
, under 1st
[NL.] (Old Chem.), sugar of lead, or lead
acetate; -- the alchemical name of lead being Saturn.
[NL.] (Old Chem.), sedative salt, or boric
[F. seignette, sel de seignette] (Chem.),
(Chem.), sodium carbonate. See under Sodium
[NL.] (Old Chem.), white vitriol; zinc
(a) (Chem.) See Sal ammoniac
(b) Spirits of ammonia.