First off, the substance needs to be soluble in water, otherwise it won't form any crystals, it will just sit there and look a bit sad. It's also important to note that it helps if the substance is a solid.
When you dissolve enough of a substance in a certain volume of water, no more of it will dissolve. This is because the water can only hold so much dissolved substance and reaches a point called saturation, which is the point where no more substance will dissolve. At this point, keep adding more solid and supersaturation occurs. Basically, the solid has nowhere else to go but other bits of solid floating undissolved in solution. This causes them to clump together and they naturally form a crystalline structure (a method used in forming drug molecules for pharmaceuticals into tablets actually).
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Yes - in that the water is no longer pure... No - in that the salt can be reclaimed from the water by evaporation. The salt and the water are separate substances. The salt is said to be 'in suspension'.
Yes, because the chemicals within the substances do not change to create a new substance.
They are homogeneous. But they are not a mixture, so they are a pure substance
As sodium hydroxide is an alkaline and sulphuric acid is an acid; mixing the two will give a neutral substance. Just like water is neautral with a Ph balance of 7, the solution will then become neutral and balanced. Mixing any two acid and alkali together will give a neutral substance along with water.
A pure substance
water is a substance, made of oxygen and hydrogen, because mixing ox and hyd would give nothing but explosion, water is an effect of chemical reaction, not only mixing gases
Gatorade will form crystals faster because it contains electrolytes, which are a form of salt. Salts are crystals, thus your answer. Pure water will not form crystals at all unless it reacts with another substance.
salt crystals insidle tthe substance
No. After mixing them, they settle into two separate layers (oil above the water) without any new substance formed.
Water being evaporated salts remain as residues.
Turbidity refers to the cloudiness or haziness of a fluid. Turbidity current density results from water mixing with sediment particles.
Mixing almost any substance with water will lower its freezing point. When you mix vegetable oil with ice, the long molecules disrupt the ice crystals forming, thus lowering the freezing point and cause it to melt.
If you use ammonium phosphate you can make large crystals by mixing it with hot water the slower it cools the larger the crystal formed check online for more details
It is reversible. You can allow the water to evaporate, leaving the salt behind.