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In chemistry, a salt is a neutral compound composed of cations bound to anions.
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In general, these salts are ionic compounds which form crystals. They are often soluble in water, where the two ions separate. Salts typically have a high melting point, low hardness, and low compressibility. If molten or dissolved in water, they conduct electricity.
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Categories: Chemical compounds | Solid-state chemistry