αѕнℓєу ℓуηη (laughtooloud) wrote in chemistree,
αѕнℓєу ℓуηη
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Hello.

Luckily my Chem teacher doesn't assign homework problems from the book but I was reading through them and one of them caught my eye. The question is..

The slogan "When it rains, it pours" has been associated with a brand of table salt for decades. How can salt, a solid, be poured? What unique feature at one time, but not today do you suppose was being emphasized by the slogan? In other words, under what circumstances would one brand of salt 'pour' while another brand would not and why?

I understand that a salt can be poured because they're small soild chunks but the last part stumps me. Any ideas?
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