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The boiling point of freshwater is lower than the boiling point of saltwater.

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The boiling point of freshwater is lower than the boiling point of saltwater.


freshwater. when you add salt to a liquid it raises the boiling point and lowers the freezing point.


the normal water boiling point is 212degrees fharenheit


The boiling point of salt water will be higher - whichever scale is used to measure the temperature. How much higher will depend on the amount of salt that is dissolved in the water.


The freezing point of saltwater is lower than the freezing point of freshwater upto a specific ratio of salt & water. The freezing point goes below upto -11 C, but if you increase the salt content thereafter the freezing point will increase above 0 c. The sal and water mixture is usually termed as "Brine"


When frozen, saltwater is colder. The reason why saltwater is colder when it it frozen is because of the salt in it, that type of water has to be at a lower temperature than freshwater to get to its freezing point.


The boiling point is raised to around about 110 degrees Celsius and the freezing point is lowered to about - 4


you compare it by finding the boiling point firstyou compare it by finding the boiling dick


Generally speaking, adding solutes to solvents raise the boiling point of a solution


The boiling point on saltwater is normally 100 degrees Celsius, (212 Fahrenheit). But it depends on how much salt there is; the more salt, the longer it takes, less salt, less time. Hope that helped!


Melting point of ice 1 degree. Boiling point of ice 100 degrees.


Because of a phenomenon called "freezing point depression." Dissolving any solute in a solvent causes that solvent to freeze at a lower temperature than it would if it were pure (it also causes the boiling point to go UP). The salt in saltwater causes this effect. The amount the freezing point changes depends on the amount of dissolved salt.


The boiling point of cooking oils are higher, those of essential oils are lower.


For pure water, the boiling point is 100 degrees Celsius (212 Fahrenheit), and the melting point is 0 degrees Celsius (32 degrees Fahrenheit). For saltwater, the boiling point is raised, and the melting point is lowered. By how much depends on how much salt there is. The boiling point of salt water will rise by about half a degree Celsius for every 30 grams of salt dissolved per kilogram (litre) of water. So if you are boiling a pan of water with salt in it, the boiling point will be higher depending on the amount of salt that is dissolved in the water.



Yes, it has a lower freezing point because of the salt/


As elevation increases boiling point decreases. The reduction in boiling point is because of reduced air pressure. Theoretically, water will boil a 0 degrees C in a pure vacuum.


Evaporation takes place at any temperature but boiling takes place only at a substance's boiling point.


they both have a temperature at which they either freeze or boil, like freezing is at 0 degrees celcious and boiling point is 100 degrees celcious


Boiling is the phase where the boiling occurs. The point at which the boiling occurs is the boiling point.


A basic chemsitry rule states: The more particles/volume (the higher density), the lower the freezing point and the higher the boiling point. salt water has a higher density (because of the dissolved salt) than fresh water. That is also why, when one would weigh the same amount of salt water and freshwater, salt water would be heavier. That also means that sugar water or any other aquaneous solution has a higher boiling point than freshwater. Kaili rocks!! Nuria too!


There is only one boiling point, there is not a boiling point and a normal boiling point


The boiling temperature of water at sea level is higher than the boiling temperature at the peak of a mountain.


Pure water boils at 100 degrees Centigrade/Celsius or 212 Fahrenheit or 373.15 Kelvin. I presume that your 'freshwater' is pure. Small amounts of added minerals will tend to raise the boiling point somewhat.


At a higher temperature than pure water. The exact elevation of the boiling point will depend on the concentration of dissolved salt.



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