yes it is a compound
No - it is not a compound. There is no chemical interaction between the Na+, Cl- ions and H2O it is suspended in.
Water is a compound. Rust is a compound
Salt water is a suspension.
Water is a compound, Rust is a compound, but Salt Water is not. It is a mixture (or suspension), a combination of the compound Salt (NaCl) and Water (H2O)
Rust and Salt Water have nothing to do with each other. Rust is created in a chemical reaction between iron and oxygen:
2Fe (iron) + O2 (oxygen) --> 2FeO (iron oxide, commonly known as rust)
Salt Water is an aqueous solution, meaning the salt exists as it's separate ions within the water. NaCl and H2O molecules are not combined. The aqueous solution can be written as such:
Na+ + Cl- + H2O
Notice that there is no "-->" meaning no reaction has taken place and those ions and molecule I just wrote are not combining to form any compounds.
Water is a compound, salt is a compound, salt water is just a mixture and not a seprate compound.
salt - ionic compoundwater - covalent polar compoundsalt water - solution
salt water is not considered a compound as the salt and water are not present in a fixed ratio. Thus it is called a mixture.
salt water is a mixture known as a homogeneous mixture or a solution.
compound solution because the salt is dissolved in the water :)
The compound is 'soluble' in water.
compound sorry, it's actually a mixture, see the "Is salt water a compound?" question I just answered.
Salt water is a mixture
It is a mixture of salt and water.
That compound would be a base. Acid + base ==> salt + water.
Salt water is a mixture, not a compound. There is water, H2O, and there is salt, NaCl.
A salt is an ionic compound.
salt, or waterwater
yes because the salt in the water is a dangerous compound.
Salt is soluble in water because it is a polar compound.
No. Water and salt on their own are compounds, but together they are a mixture.
Salt water is composed of a number of compounds. First there is water, which is a compound, H2O. Then there are the salts. Several different types of salts are in salt water, and each of them is a compound.
Evaporate the water from the salt water to leave the salt. Get fresh water once it is dry and add it to the salt. The salt dissolves again. A compound cannot be separated by simple means (e.g. Evaporating). A mixture can be.
Any water: salt water or fresh water is exactly that, just water. A compound usually exists of water with anything that resembles powder when mixed together, they form a compound.fresh, bracken, and salt water are all just water a compound usually exists of water with anything that resembles powder when mixed together ,they form a compound. To be clear they form a compound.
it's a compound
When salt is mixed in with water, they form a solution. Salt is the solute, and water is the solvent.