Salt water pools are really saline pools. The salt content is much less than natural sea water. You can barely taste the salt in the pool. Chlorine pools hurt your eyes , while salt water pools do not.
There is two types of pools: Chlorinated pools and salt water pools. If you have a salt water pool then yes, you would add salt to the pool.
That depends on the volume of salt and the volume of water. The more salt dissolved into the water the higher the temperature needed to bring it to a boil
Salt makes water boil at a higher temperature
it depends on te concentration of salt.... higher the concentration of salt.. higher will be its boiling point.
it goes higher
Depends on how much and what salt, but definitely higher than pure water.
because salt vaporizes at a much higher temperature than water.
Chlorine and salt water pools irritate the skin, especially if you stay in them for a long time. Salt water pools do not irritate the skin more than any other type of water.
The water will boil at a higher temperature.
Salt water is more salty. And denser. As a result of this it boils at a higher temperature.
Salt is put into swimming pools so that the water from the pool can be run through a salt water chlorinator which produces chlorine to disinfect the pools water.
No Pool water evaporates in one day or one week
Putting salt in water raises the boiling point of the water. Because the water boils at a higher temperature, the water will reach a higher temperature before converting to steam. So the vegetables cook faster and more evenly because the temperature of the water is higher.
How salt effects the boiling point of water is that if you add salt to water then the temperature will get higher because salt helps it get hotter. It helps it get hotter by the ingredents in the salt and more heat there is the more it boils and the more it boils the hotter temperature.AnswerHow salt effects the boiling point of water is that if you add salt to water then the temperature will get higher because salt helps it get hotter. It helps it get hotter by the ingredents in the salt and more heat there is the more it boils and the more it boils the hotter temperature.
Fresh water boils faster than salt water. This is because salt increases the boiling temperature and lowers the freezing temperature of water. Both fresh water and salt water will reach 100 degrees Celsius (212 Fahrenheit) at roughly the same rate, but salt water will only boil at a higher temperature (depending on the concentration of salt). Another factor that affects the boiling and freezing points of water is altitude. The higher you are - the lower the boiling point and the higher the freezing point.
Salt can be evaporated at a temperature higher than 801 oC.
plain water cause it has a higher temperature
The temperature at which it boils will get higher.
it boils at a higher temperature
No, but the higher the liquid temperature, the higher the saturation point and the more salt that can be dissolved.
Adding table salt to water causes the water to boil at a higher temperature salt can change. Salt can change the specific heat of the system so that the salt like solution has a higher heat capacity.