hydrated sodium carbonate, NaCO10HO
Origin of natronFrench ; from Spanish natrón ; from Arabic na?r?n ; from Classical Greek nitron: see niter
A mineral of hydrous sodium carbonate, Na2CO3·10H2O, often found crystallized with other salts. It can act as a dessicant and was used in mummification.
Origin of natronFrench, from Spanish natrón, from Arabic na&tlowdot;r&umacron;n, niter, from Greek nitron; see niter.