Salt melt at 801 0C.
no, but ice melt is a salt
Ice melt faster with salt.
Salt doesn't melt in ice. Salt lowers the freezing point of water. Which causes the ice to melt.
it melt faster with salt
It is impossible because salt melt at 801 0C.
Salt will melt ice faster.
Yes, the salt on popcorn is common table salt, which can be used to melt ice.
salt helps it melt faster!!!!!
yes sea salt can melt ice too
Epsom salt will melt snow. A mix of Epsom salt and sugar will also melt snow but both are better at melting ice.
Fertilizer has salt in it, which would cause the ice to melt. When salt is placed on ice it reacts with it, causing it to melt.
the hypothesis is to see if salt will melt faster or slower on Ice
It will melt more quickly with more salt.
Salt can, the little salt pieces you buy at the store can melt it if you put it on top of it.
With salt because of the chemical salt has to make ice melt faster.
Can I use sea salt to melt ice and will wild life come out on the highways to lick the salt
It takes 46:30 for kosher salt to melt ice!,
Yes, the more salt the better to melt the ice.
rock salt dose not melt salt
you put the salt in the oil :)
Sugar can either melt or burn. Salt on the other hand can only melt.
Salt water will melt more faster because there is more density
Because salt has chemicals inside that can easily melt snow
It takes salt about 10-20 minutes to melt ice.
Table salt would actually melt ice faster than rock salt. The reason for this, is that table salt is much finer.