Is H2O a salt?


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Water is an oxide of hydrogen.

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Simple: - water with salt is H2O plus NaCl - water without salt is H2O

No. H2O is the chemical formula for water. Table salt, sodium chloride, is NaCl.

Well, H2O is water, and salt is NaCl, or sodium chloride. So I'm guessing that H2O Salt means salt water!

Pure and dried salt (NaCl) has no salt.

fresh water, because salt water is more dense

HCl is an acid which reacts with NaOH a base to produce H2O water and a salt - in this case NaCl HCl + NaOH = NaCl + H2O

Well, it's pretty simple. Water is just H2O. But salt water is a mixture of Salt (NaCl - Sodium Chloride) and Water (H2O).

no, sea water is a mix of H2O, sand, salt and others. H2O (water) isn't a metal and salt isn't either

Assuming that the salt is common salt It is a mixture of H2o and sodium chloride

Salt water is a mixture, not a compound. There is water, H2O, and there is salt, NaCl.

NaCl is salt and H2O is water NaCl + H2O → Na (ions) + Cl (ions) + H2O usually when writing the equation you can omit the H2O and just have: NaCl → Na+ + Cl-

the salt (NaCl) dissolves in water H2O the the water become salty because of it.

Dissolve salt (NaCl) in water (H2O) and you get a liquid solution of salt.

No, it is not. Salt water is NaCl and H2O, while ethanol is C2H5OH.

18g of salt in 6L of water is more concentrated since the ratio of salt to water here is 3;1 as opposed to 24g of salt in 12L of water whose salt- water ratio is 2;1

It combines with H2O molecules.

Salt = NaCl Water = H2O Salt Water is a solution of these two compounds and not a new compound.

Table salt and water are examples of compounds, the are the examples of compounds as water is H2O and salt is NaCl

2H+ + CO3^2- ==> H2CO3 ==> CO2 + H2O This is acid + carbonateFor a specific reaction, such as 2HCl + Na2CO3 ==> 2NaCl + H2CO3 ==> CO2 + H2OSO, answer to the question is salt plus CO2 and H2O

The chemical formula of Zeise salt is K[PtCl3(C2H4)]·H2O.

The product of this reaction is salt:NaOH + HCl = NaCl + H2O

Ca(OH)Cl.. is a basic salt it reacts with HCl and produces CaCl2 and H2O...

no, these are all compounds. i dont know what rust is, but water is H2O and salt is NaCl

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