What substances are in salt water?
Elements and Compounds The elements are Hydrogen, Oxygen, Sodium, and Chlorine. The compounds are Water and Sodium Chloride (salt).
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No, it is not a pure substance. It is a mixture of salt and water.
It is a mixture because salt is mixed into the water and can be drained out
It is a solutioin- a mixtureof salt and water
Technically, "salt water" is a solution, not a substance.
no because it has at least 5 substances 2 r in the name
Neither "substance" nor "mixture" is an apt designation for salt water. Salt water is best described as a "solution of salt in water". It would be a good idea for you to revie…w the difference between "mixture" and "solution".
H 2 O and sodium chloride
Substances that float float better in salt water then in fresh water because salt water is more dense as a result of the salt that is dissolves in the water.
Salt water is a mixture because: salt as solute and water which is solvent mix physically to form a solution which can only be separated physically.
DNA of a strawberry, etc
Its a substance made up from a mixture of salt and water. If your question was is it an element or a compound then both salt and water are compounds. So salt water is a mix…ture of two compounds.
no, it's a mixture. Salt is a pure substance, as is water, but together they are a mixture.
no , its a mixture. salt is a pure substance, as is water, but togher they are a mixture.....
salt is a pure substance because it has a definite composition A Mixture is physical combinations of pure substances that have nodefinite composition. Salt/Water is an homogen…eous mixture alsocalled a solution, it is relatively uniform in composition.Depending on the salt nature and solubility in water we can get aheterogeneous mixture because composition varies from position toposition within the sample like small salt portions not soluble inwater.
In their pure forms water is a chemical compound. Salt and sugar refer to classes of chemical compounds that share a taste. Scientifically, salt is a compound formed when an… acid reacts with an alkali (base) but the word is also used to describe a flavouring that comprise sodium chloride, magnesium chloride and other compounds. Sugar is a term used for a class of sweet tasting carbohydrates. There are various types of sugar derived from different sources: these are monosaccharides, disaccharides and oligosaccharides. [There are also artificial sweeteners which are not sugars.].