Chlorides mainly include salts of hydrochloric acid, but also other compounds that contain chlorine in their structure. Among these are acidic chlorides, which are acid derivatives where at least one OH group is replaced with a chlorine atom. There are also various salts containing chlorine, and compounds that have a chlorine atom attached directly to a carbon atom.
One of the most common chloride salts is sodium chloride, known as table salt. Large amounts of chlorides are found in nature, but also in a variety of products. An example offered by the PCC Group is bath salt in the form of magnesium chloride hexahydrate. It is an excellent cosmetic product for relaxing regenerative baths.
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