Physico-chemical analysis of traditional vegetal salts obtained from three provinces of Papua New Guinea

  title={Physico-chemical analysis of traditional vegetal salts obtained from three provinces of Papua New Guinea},
  author={Aseki Menyamya Morobe},
  • Aseki Menyamya Morobe
  • Published 2015
Salt as a very useful trade commodity has been the subject of interest since its discovery and inception to humans. Adequate salt amounts are very much in need for fulfilling several basic requirements such as balancing nutritional diets, enhancing taste, preserving foods and feeding livestock, to name a few. Its disinfectant and hair-removing properties further enhance the wholesome utility in medical and industrial applications as well[1-3]. In ancient times, salt was considered as a very… CONTINUE READING
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