By adding salt on it
salt is added, or dissolved into it, oceans are about 30 - 33%
The fresh water will turn salty... :L Derr,
No lakes in the world have saltwater and fresh water because if salt water entered a fresh water lake, the fresh water would turn into salt waterRead more: What_lake_has_both_salt_water_and_freshwater
Yes, it does. When the water evaporates, it can not take the salt with it, so if you left a glass of salt water out, when it is evaporated the salt will be on the glass.
there are many ways but the good one is that u boil the water then cold the eveoportion of the water.
Simple. turn of the chlorine generator and pretend there is fresh water in there as time wears on the salt will get weaker and weaker.
They do not turn it into freshwater, they just have the ability to exude or process excess salt within their bodies. Sometimes if you see sea birds, they appear to have a crusty film around their nasal openings on their beaks. This is excess salt
Well a man named Dean Kamen (the founder of deka) has made a machine that can turn salt water to fresh water
No, salt water is not able to turn to ice.
Generally speaking, desert areas are known to be places where there are water shortages. This can be improved if there are water tables below the surface that can be drilled and thus bring fresh water to the dry surface. Also, desert areas near salt water lakes or oceans can by a chemical process turn the salt water into fresh water.
Most rivers are filled by precipitation, which is caused by evaporating water. Salt can not evaporate with it as it is a mineral not a liquid. The water in rivers is always flowing with nice clean water and the sediment from animal feces and carcasses are wash away into the ocean, and can not turn to salt in the bottom of the river.Therefor rivers are full of fresh water.
just add salt to it
sure, heat it up and condence the vapour and you get pure water Yes. Without the assistance of man, it can freeze and only the water is present. The other way is from osmosis through layers of ground or sand that will filter out the salt.
They will both rust metal. Salt water just makes the metal rust faster. However, it is iron combined with oxygen that causes rust. So, if the metal isn't or doesn't contain iron, it will not rust.
Mangroves have special features which protect them from salt. Some mangroves are able to filter most of the salt out as they take water in through their roots, some concentrate extra salt in old leaves (which turn yellow and die), and some are able to get rid of the salt through the pores on leaves or special glands. Mangroves can also grow in fresh water, but they have almost no competition in salt water because so few plants can grow there.Mangroves have special features which protect them from salt. Some mangroves are able to filter most of the salt out as they take water in through their roots, some concentrate extra salt in old leaves (which turn yellow and die), and some are able to get rid of the salt through the pores on leaves or special glands. Mangroves can also grow in fresh water, but they have almost no competition in salt water because so few plants can grow there.
You would have to boil the salt with water
When you boil salt water, the salt will be left behind as a solid. You can collect the water by distillation. For example, if you boil the salt water in a pot with a lid, and leave the lid at an angle, the evaporated water will collect there and fall off - so you can collect it. Desalination is a process that removes some of the salt from water - making sea water drinkable.
You cannot turn water into salt. They are entirely different molecules built from totally different atoms. You can evaporate ocean water and the salt that was dissolved in the water will remain. Every liter of water from the ocean contains about 30 grams of salt.
we take water and put it in a cup and connect wires and we have some chemical that we pure it in water,that chemical is sodium.after we pure it we take salt and pure it in water until the light turn on,but it depend on how much salt we pure,then the light will turn on.
boil the water
There are two major ways to produce fresh water from salt water. The first and oldest is by distillation. This involves boiling the water, recondensing the vapour and collecting the condensate separately from the original sample. To do this a distillation aparatus is required whether it be glassware or other. The other method is commonly used in desalination plants and it is a process by which the water is forced through a filter under pressure. The filter will remove particles as small as salt ions. This is known as osmosis.