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How big is the star dust inground swimming pool.

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Hmm, purple dust..... could be very high conditioner levels. If so you must drain part of the water from the pool and add new water to dilute. K


Billions of gallons daily. - Canadians are even worse, -I see my neighbours washing dust and dirt off their driveways with 350-400 gallons of water. One day they may learn.


No, although saw dust will absorb water.


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Dust floats in water because it is less dense than the water.


Waterspouts can be found anywhere, its like a dust devil in water, except water, not dust.


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Yes, saw dust will float on water.


water and a chemical dust but i cant tell you because its a special type of dust


Water condenses around dust particles and becomes clouds.


Because the water collects the dust, which is dust mite waste.


Use a filter to separate the saw dust from salt water then boil the salt water


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It doesn't by definition. Dust is very finely DRY particulate matter. Clay tends to bind, not disintegrate, in water, but its particles are very fine, and in water it forms silt not "dust".


When water vapor condenses around dust particles a cloud is formed


it is a suspension because; suspension = a solid and a liquid mixing which is what chalk dust and water is. :)


Because the dust bubbles and floats


disolve it in water all you will be left with is stone dust


No saw dust will not. Because wood wont dissolve


In order for water droplets to form, it is essential that there is some dust or smog in the air that each water particle can attach to. Once many water particles attach to a dust particle, a droplet is formed, which then comes down as rain. Without a solid particle or smog or dust, rain is not possible.


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Aluminum dust and NaCl are easily separated, since the former is insoluble in water and the later is highly soluble in water. Put the mixture in water, decant the salty water through a filter, to retain the aluminum dust, and if you want to recover the NaCl, you can then boil away the water.


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Fish will not eat dust. However if there is sufficient dust in the environment and it settles on the surface of the water in an aquarium, it could possibly polute the water and kill the fish by clogging up their gills.


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