Yes, but in some sense you boil the water out of the salt!
By boiling the water, the water turns to steam and rising, but the salt does not, and so it stays behind. If you have a way to collect the steam and turn it back into water, you will have pure water! This is called distillation.
You can do the same thing just using evaporation. If you have water that is evaporating, but put a cool object nearby where the water can recondense, and then you collect the condensed water, the collected water will have no salt in it.
They even sell solar stills to do this. See the Web Link to left for more about this.
Boil a lot of sea water.
salt water will boil. also will freshwaer
No it actually makes it boil more slowly.
You can not boil salt water to take out the salt.If you boil it you would have to catch the steam somehow. or by evaporation.
When adding salt to water it will boil faster. This occurs because the presence of salt in the water increased the boiling point.
Salt does not make water boil faster. It makes it boil slower.
Every ocean is a salt water ocean
That depends on the volume of salt and the volume of water. The more salt dissolved into the water the higher the temperature needed to bring it to a boil
You can boil water out of salt b/c water has a lower boiling point than salt...but I don't think the other way is possible.
Yes, drinking water does boil at a lower temperature than salt water.
You boil the salt water so the water evaporates, leaving salt.
If you boil it, the water will evaporate. If you leave it boiling long enough, you should only have salt left.
No, it will lower the Boiling Temperature of Water. Try this test, bring a pot of water to a slow boil, and sprinkle some salt into the pot. The water will boil "harder" where the salt hits the water.
That is a myth. Adding salt to water will require it to reach a higher temperature in order to boil, so it actually takes longer for the water to boil.
When you boil salt water/ ocean (sea) water the water (H2O hydrogen and oxygen) evaporates. The salt (NaCl sodium and cloride) is left behind.
The Atlantic Ocean is salt water.
you boil the water,so the water evaporates and the salt is left behind
Neither, but water vapor, is released if you boil a salt solution(in which water is solvent).
yes salt water does boil faster
salt helps to bring the water to the boil faster.
Boil away the water and the salt will be left.
just boil the water and the salt remains at the back
Yes, take salt water and boil it, you will be left with only salt.