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Table salt and water are example of?


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2013-12-31 03:32:10
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Table salt and water are examples of compounds, the are the examples of compounds as water is H2O and salt is NaCl


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Common table salt when added to water is an example of a solute. For example, salt crystals (the solute) are the part of salt water (a solution) which has changed its state when added to water (the solvent).

No it is not, table salt is an example of an ionic bond.

Table salt is an example of substance compound

water table salt table sugar sugar pure water

Water, table salt, sugar,etc.

An example is the preparation of table salt by evaporation of ocean water.

A solvent dissolve a solute (as an example water is a solvent for table salt).

solute- table salt solvent- water

For example the preparation of table salt from sea waters.

Salt dissolves in water making a SOLUTION. If the salt is table-salt (the one you "salt" food with), then you have a Sodium chloride solution. Thus, they are an example of a solution.

Table salt is an example of a compound formed by an ionic reaction. The scientific name for table salt is sodium chloride.

a table salt is were all the water collect its salt that is why the oceans have salt

No, for example the salt solution, sodium chloride, which is just table salt which can be dissolved in water.

Do you have table salt? Do you have water? You could just do the experiment yourself, you know.

Salt water is an example of a solution

table salt is an example of a solute

Table salt is NaCl while water is H2O. Also water is liquid while salt is solid..... if that isn't obvious

Table salt is extremely soluble in water compared with Epsom salt.

It always ends in a salt and water. The salt is not always NaCl (NaCl is table salt) another example is NaHSO4 (Sodium Bisulfate)

Salt water is an example of a homogeneous mixture.

Table salt, dissolved in water, is an electrolyte.

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