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      12-13-2009, 04:29 PM   #9
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You are correct in your assertion that dry salt is neither acidic nor alkaline, as stated its inert, its only when water is added that it becomes a corrosive alkaline (pH 9.0)

As a professional writer I need to ensure it speaks to the level of the readership; without becoming obtuse in scientific explanation or terminology and phrase things that are understandable and have a practical application. Never forgetting there is a fine line between divulging knowledge and insulting the reader’s intelligence.

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