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What substances are in salt water?
Ocean water is a complex substance made up of a variety of substances Which property of water helps produce salt water's composition?
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…de), ethanol Salt water is not a pure substance because it is a mixture of two compounds, NaCl and H2O. Orange juice again is a mixture of sugar, water and orange pulp. So it is not a pure substance. Duct tape is made of three layers: Layer 1: A Resilient Plastic Layer 2: A Fabric Mesh Layer 3: Rubber Based Adhesive So it is certainly not a pure substance. Baking soda, on the other hand, is a pure substance because it is a compound (NaHCO3) and all compounds and elements are considered pure substances.
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 …in charge causes an ionic bond between the atoms to form salt. Water is polar, meaning that its molecules have a positively charged side and a negative charged side. When salt is put in water, the water molecules push and pull on the sodium and chlorine in the salt. The sodium and chlorine atoms are eventually pulled apart and slip and slide through the sea of water molecules. The positive and negative parts of the salt are still bonded to each other, but just able to move freely through the water. Salt and most other substances with ionic bonds dissolve like this, but rocks, sand, and dirt don't. Being more dense, they fall to the bottom in a bucket of water while the salt stays dissolved and dissociated in the fluid. At least I think that's what you were asking for...
sodium ion and chlorine ion
Water, copper, and oxygen are pure substances. The others are mixtures.
Yes, salts are chemical substances; for example table salt is sodium chloride (NaCl).
no because it has at least 5 substances 2 r in the name
Add More Salt to make it more concentrated and add more wtaer to make it less concentrated
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 …a while but amazingly it was the most soluble out of all the substances I put in the boiling hot water. I put 7 teaspoons of sugar into half a glass of boiling hot water. Salt: - on the 1st tea spoon the salt dissolved really quickly so I thought that it would be the most soluble but at the 3rd tea spoon it wouldn't dissolve anymore. hope this helps...
Salt water is a homogeneous mixture called a solution containing salt and water. Salt is the solute and water is the solvent. It is a mixture because the salt and water are no…t chemically combined and are not present in definite proportions.
What substances can be separated into simpler substances only by chemical means sodium salt water water and gold?
Water. That is because water is a compound and compounds can only be separated by chemical means. Salt water is a mixture, and sodium and gold are both elements. Hope this… helps!
Salt water is definitely a mixture, a mixture of water and salt. It's not a pure substance because it's conformed of two components that aren't noticeable to the naked eye…, but that can be easily separated.