If you put salt into water then the water will boil a little faster, but not much.
When you put salt in water, it is a physical change/reaction. The reactants are the salt and water, and the product is saltwater.
Yes, you can put dry ice in salt water. It will bubble furiously and cool down the salt water.
It is commonplace to put salt in water when boiling most foods. The reason why you put salt in with boiling water and vegetables is to help them retain moisture.
Bromine is salt mixed with water so when you put it in water its just more water with salt in :)
Salt wouldn't evaporate, even if you put it in water. If you put salt in water, you could get it out by setting the cup of salt water and waiting until it evaporated. The salt would still be there.
put salt in the water
Yes, fires at sea are put out using salt water.
You can't once you put salt into water salt dissolves in the water and you cannot separate the salt.
if a fresh water animal is put in a salt water environment it will die from dehydration. If a salt water animal is put into a fresh water environment the animal will absorb to much water and explode.
it gets smaller when you put the salt in because the salt absorbs the gummy bears water
through salt in water and mix then put to boil the water evaporate and salt remain
If you are premixing the salt in a large container outside the tank, then put the sand in first. If you are going to mix the water and salt in the tank, then put the water in and mix it first, and then when its mixed put in the (rinsed!) sand. It will fog up, but that will go away.
to separate salt and water you can put it out side and let the water evaporate or to speed things up you can put it on the stove.
Put salt water in a cooking pot and heat until the water evaporates. You are left with salt.
Salt in water make the water salty like salt water. Not ocean water but salt water. If you give it time, the salt will dissolve in the water and will become a solution. Like contact lens. DO NOT PUT THE SALT WATER IN EYEBALLS. It will sting your ball of the eye. You might not even see properly....If you poor the salt in water onto a sheet of colored paper and let it dry, you would see some salt flakes. That depends on how much salt you put in.
Salt water as it is more dense than water.
You get two cups then you put your hand on the cup that has the water and the salt and pour it and there it is
get water then put salt in it don't forget the cup>: [
put it in salt water
put the mixture into a glass of water, then take the copper out as the salt will have dissolved in the water.
Put salt in water and stir; salt is very soluble.
The cold water becomes salt water. The salt doesn't dissolve like sugar.
Swimming pool salt not rock salt, sea salt, water softener salt. k
immediately put it into water