What is an example of an ionic compound used in everyday life?

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Jan 28, 2017

Answer:

What do you put on your fish and chips.........?

Explanation:

The value of sodium chloride to cooking is clear; even if we do tend to eat far too much of it these days. Salt was always a valuable commodity: cf the expression, #"worth your salt"#, from the Latin #"salarium"#, which is a root word for #"salary"#.