Well if you’re thinking of table salt, then no, not really. A lot of times what you might smell from a container of table salt would be from the packaging, often cardboard, which can trap other odors. This question is easy to answer yourself, though — pour some table salt out and see for yourself!
If you’re thinking of smelling salts, however, it is of course a whole different story, as their strong ammonia scent can arouse and stimulate your consciousness — in other words, wake you up (you can often see athletes using smelling salts on the sidelines before games).
Epsom salts, which are magnesium sulfate not sodium chloride (table salt), does smell. However, table salt does not. At least whenever I have opened my salt shaker.
Yes it does, but table salt is not volatile — it has to be in combination with something else to bring out its smell. It has a taste, ergo, it also has a smell.
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