Why you able to separate the salt from the salt water solution?
Dont get me wrong, but you seem to be asking how to separate salt from water. I think if you evaporate water, the salt cannot evaporate, and it stays behind. However, if the light is really hot, it will evaporate the salt along with the water. (Example: If you put salt and water in a dish and hold it on top of a lit candle, the light is hot enough to evaporate water, but not hot enough to evaporate salt. ...
Why does water evaporate leaving salt behind?
This depends on whether or not the water is salt water. If this is the case, the salt does not evaporate because solids don't evaporate but if you want salt to evaporate the temperature of the water has to be higher than 200 degrees Celsius, then the salt in the water can evaporate. ...
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What causes the water to evaporate?
What causes the water to evaporate? For me, heat causes the water to evaporate, like the boiling water in the kettle. When it boils you can see moist on the top of the kettle. So the heat causes the water to evaporate. =D ...
Will salt water tap water or pond water evaporate first?
Salt water will evaporate first. Salt takes up space so to speak and there's less "water" to evaporate and so it seems to evaporate faster. ...