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Salt in the Earth

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Academic Editor

Mualla Cengiz

Istanbul University Cerrahpaşa, Turkey

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Savas Karabulut

Gebze Technical University, Turkey

PublishedMarch 25th, 2020

Doi10.5772/intechopen.81644

ISBN978-1-78984-635-5

Print ISBN978-1-78984-634-8

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83880-212-7

Copyright year2020

Number of pages134

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Table of Contents

Open access  chapters

2. The Role of Salt on Food and Human Health

By Miguel Elias, Marta Laranjo, Ana Cristina Agulheiro-Santos and Maria Eduarda Potes

1,392
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3. Systematic Reduction of Excessive Salt Intake

By Boris Kovač and Urška Blaznik

784
1,318
1
5. Upward Capillary Mass Transfer as a Process for Growing Concentration Zones

By Alexandr Mikhailov, Ivan I. Vashlaev, Margarita Yu Kharitonova and Margarita L. Sviridova

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