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Elements and Compounds The elements are Hydrogen, Oxygen, Sodium, and Chlorine. The compounds are Water and Sodium Chloride (salt).
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Which is a pure substance salt water duct tape baking soda or orange juice?

A pure substance is a sample of matter with both definite and constant composition with distinct chemical properties. Examples: water, diamond, gold, table salt (sodium chlori

Why does salt remain in water while all other substances settle out?

Salt, NaCl, is a compound made from sodium and chlorine. A sodium atom has a highly positive electric charge and a chlorine atom has a highly negative charge. This difference

How can salt water be separated into pure substances?

Salt water contains two different pure substances, water and sodium chloride. Because these substances are not bonded together they can be separated by evaporation. The water

Is salt water a pure substance?

no because it has at least 5 substances 2 r in the name

Is Salt an example of a pure substance?

To a chemist, there are many kinds of salts. It would be more precise to say that sodium chloride is a pure substance. Table salt usually involves two different chemicals, mos

Is sea salt a pure substance?

Sea salt is a mixture of salts and may contain some non ionic impurities.

Which substance is more soluble in water sugar or salt?

I did this experiment for school and sugar is the most soluble in boiling hot water.   this was my experiment:  Sugar: - I had to stir each tea spoon of sugar for quite
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Is table salt a substance or mixture?

Table salt is a substance made up of sodium and chlorine chemically combined to each other. A chemical substance is considered "pure" since it cannot be broken down into its i