In short; absolutely not. However, if you wish to read on.........According to the colligative properties of solutions, if you add a solute (salt) to a solvent (water), then the addition of the salt will cause the water's boiling point to increase.
The equation for boiling point elevation is dT = KbM where dT is the temperature change, Kb is the ebullioscopic constant, and M is Molality of the solution. The Molality is equal to the moles of solute (salt) divided by the kilograms of solvent (water). By increasing the amount of moles (amount) of salt, you increase the temperature change.
The Kb of water is 0.512. To raise the boiling point of 1 liter of water (1kg) by 2oC, you would have to add nearly 230 grams of table salt. The amount of salt you add when cooking (such as pasta) doesn't really change the temperature by much at all, its more for flavor.
No, the boiling point will increase, by approx. 1 degree C, per 60g salt, per litre/Kg of water
the Kool-Aid will make the water boil faster
hot water is made of molecules that can move faster and faster and you can boil or microwave the water to make it become hotter and hotter
Adding salt to water will make it take longer for the water to boil. You should wait until the water is already boiling to add salt.
Because the boiling point of ethanol (the alcohol in vodka) is lower than that of water.
Sea Salt makes water harder (higher boiling point) to boil. The only way to make water boil faster is to get EVERYTHING (all dissolved and undissolved) out of the way of the escaping water molecules and crank up the temperature (give em the "HOT-FOOT!)!
Raises the temperature at which the water boilsAdding salt does not make the water boil faster, but makes the water boil at a higher temperature than 100 degrees Celsius. This may allow you to cook food in that water faster than in plain boiling water.
NO Normal water boils faster because salt (sodium chloride) breaks up very slowly and since its salt water. The salt binds itself with the molecules of the water therefore increasing the boiling point, hence making it slower to boil. In comparison to normal water, salt water takes longer to boil than normal water.
The salt alters the boiling point of the water so that it is lower, hence the faster boiling time. Actually, the addition of salt to water elevates its boiling point. This can be proven by a simple experiment. Boil water in a pot on the stove. Just as the water is starting to boil add copious amounts of salt. You should find that the water ceases to boil. If the water were to commence to boil more vigorously then this would confirm that the boiling point is depressed. The reason for the elevated boiling point is that the addition of salt (a polar compound) creates and additional bond between itself and the (polar) water molecules. This bond represents additional energy that must now be over-come to make the water boil.
Heat can make water boil, like when you put a pot of water on the stove on high!
Water with salt will actually take longer than water without salt to evaporate. This is due to boiling point elevation. If you put a solute into water, it will make it more difficult to boil, and therefore will boil at a higher temperature. Since it takes longer for the salt water to boil, it will take longer for it to evaporate as well