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the vinegar will dissolve in the water
No. Oil does not dissolve in vinegar just as in water. It is lighter so it forms a layer over vinegar
water will dissolve sugar the quickest
Alka Seltzer dissolves in vinegar because vinegar contains water. Alka Seltzer was designed to dissolve in water.
Yes it does.
In order to dissolve chalk in water, vinegar needs to be added. The vinegar has acid in it that eats away at the chalk to dissolve it.
Vinegar is already a solution with water as it's solvent, and Acetic acidic as the solute. So, yes if you pour vinegar into water it will dissolve.
no it do not water dissolve faster.
An egg will dissolve faster in vinegar because the vinegar brakes down the eggs shell. Water does nothing to the eggs shell.
does m&ms dissolve faster in water then in vinegar? M&M's are dissolved faster in water. Well I tested on all colors. And when i did the color blue, it took a little bit longer for water to dissolve the color then vinegar.
Water added to vinegar will dilute the vinegar. So water will combine with vinegar rather than dissolve. Which is not the same as adding granulated sugar to a hot cup of tea, which means the sugar is dissolved into the tea.
Up to one cup of water. After that it is a solution of water in vinegar.
vinegar is acetic acid and if the lollipop is acidic then it will dissolve fast as like dissolve like..
You put hot water in the vinegar and it dissolves it faster.
Vinegar is more acidic than water (which ideally is perfectly neutral), so the M&M would dissolve more quickly in the vinegar.
An egg will not dissolve in either. Vinegar will 'pickle' (preserve) an egg that is hard boiled and out of the shell.
Calcium acetate is reasonably soluble in water, so vinegar will dissolve limestone (calcium carbonate).
in both all candy melt in water and vinegar can dissolve a eggs shell so it can diccolve a skittles
can chocolate dissolve in vinegar
lemon juice and vinegar