Most probably , it would be fresh water. This is because since there is no salt which would keep the cold , the fresh water would melt faster.
Salt melts ice because the salt molecules in the salt water changes the water molecules in the ice.
No. Salt water melts faster because salt makes the freezing point lower (meaning that it makes it less frozen and the temperature higher) so it can melt faster. Why do you think people put salt on the sidewalk when it snows?
a ice cube will melt in salt water quicker because salt decreases the melting point of ice (makes it harder to melt )
Yes it will melt faster because salt lowe the freezing
Salt water will melt an ice cube faster.
It's because THE TEMPERATURE of the water. The higher temperature the faster melts.
the ice caps melt faster in fresh water whereas they might not melt at all in salt water. this is one of the reasons why the sea level is rising because the fresh water melts vast chunks of ice.
The salt is sea water accelerates the thawing process because it lowers the freeze point of the water.
Fresh water evaporate faster.
The water that boils fasteris fresh water because salthas an effect on water.
Salt water will melt more faster because there is more density
it will depend on which of these waters is hotter. the hotter the water the faster the ice will melt. doesn't matter if the water is fresh or salty. its the temperature of the water that will determine how fast the ice melts.
Everything rusts much faster in salt water than in fresh water.
Salt lowers the melting or freezing point of water. The effect is termed 'freezing point depression'. Therefore frozen salt water melts faster and remain melted for long.
It will rust faster in salt water.
I think it is fresh water freezes faster because the salt melts ice.
A salt water icecube has a lower freezing temperature and so will melt faster.
At the same temperature fresh water evaporates faster.