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Plain water. Adding salt will raise the boiling point so it will take longer.

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No it boils slower because the salt won't evaporate.

I believe that plain water will be boil the faster because the others have a higher boiling point when compared to plain water.

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tap water boils faster than salt water

No-- plain water will boil first. Salt water has a higher boiling point than plain water. This is another reason salt is added to pasta water-- not only does the salt add flavor to the pasta, the hotter boiling temperature cooks it faster. the mosse

The water that boils fasteris fresh water because salthas an effect on water.

For salt water to boil faster than plain water, the salt concentration would have to be fairly high. In addition, the salt water would need to be a salt water solution before putting the pot on to heat because of the density of the water content itself.

Raises the temperature at which the water boilsAdding salt does not make the water boil faster, but makes the water boil at a higher temperature than 100 degrees Celsius. This may allow you to cook food in that water faster than in plain boiling water.

drinking water boils faster because the saltwater has to desolve first.

Salt does not make water boil faster. It makes it boil slower.

Salt water boils HOTTER, not necessarily faster.

plain water, but the salt water will freeze colder

Salt water will freeze faster because salt soaks in heat, making the water colder faster

Salt water boils faster than fresh water because of its high salt content. This reduces its heat capacity and the overall amount of time required to bring it to the boiling point.

This depends on the concentration of water or sugar.

it has come to a deccicion that salt water boils slower then normal water

Salt water boils more rapidly then unsalted water.

There are lots of variables to control. Assuming that two identical containers with the same volume of liquid are placed on exactly the same heat source then plain water would probably boil first as it boils at a lower temperature than salty water.