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The boiling point of freshwater is lower than the boiling point of saltwater.

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AnswerImpurities tend to increase the boiling point and lower the freezing point.in a way boiling point of salty water > boiling point of fresh waterfreezing properties of salty water melting properties of salty water .Salt water, contains NaCl, which ionizes into Na and Cl ions. when ions are added to a solvent, such as water, they tend to increase the boiling point and lower the melting point.



The boiling point of pure water is lower than the boiling point of salt water.


Yes. The boiling point of salt water is higher than the boiling point of pure water.


Because salt water has a slightly higher boiling point, it tends to boil not as fast as fresh water does.


The boiling point of cooking oils are higher, those of essential oils are lower.


The boiling point of salt water will be higher - whichever scale is used to measure the temperature. How much higher will depend on the amount of salt that is dissolved in the water.


As elevation increases boiling point decreases. The reduction in boiling point is because of reduced air pressure. Theoretically, water will boil a 0 degrees C in a pure vacuum.


It is the opposite. The boiling point is greater than the melting point. for example for fresh water, the boiling point is 100 centigrade while the melting point (for ice) is zero.


no, fresh water will boil first.. A solution just like a salt water have higher boiling point than a fresh water.


100 degrees Celsius (at sea level).


The boiling temperature of water at sea level is higher than the boiling temperature at the peak of a mountain.


No. Sea water has a higher boiling point than rain water. Sea water contains a higher concentration of dissolved solutes than rain water, which is fresh water. The higher concentration of dissolved solutes in sea water causes it to have a higher boiling point.


what is the boiling point of water


The boiling point of water at 760 mm Hg is 100 oC.


When you add salt to boiling water the boiling point is increased.The boiling point and freezing point of water raises when you add salt.



Altitude effects the boiling point of water.



The boiling point of water increases on adding impurities because the boiling point of the impurities also adds up to the boiling point of water thus increasing it.


The increased salt content raising the boiling point of the water, and so it takes longer to reach boiling temperature.


The Celsius scale was defined on the basis of the freezing point and the boiling point of water.The Celsius scale was defined on the basis of the freezing point and the boiling point of water.The Celsius scale was defined on the basis of the freezing point and the boiling point of water.The Celsius scale was defined on the basis of the freezing point and the boiling point of water.


Adding 1tbsp of salt to water at its boiling point will stop it from boiling at this point. This occurs because of a phenomenon known as boiling point depression. Whenever a nonvolatile solute is dissolved and water, the boiling point of water is raised slightly.


The water with solved ions has greater boiling point. The dissolved salts increase the boiling point of water.


At sea level, 1 atm, the melting point of water is 0 oC and the boiling point of water is 100 oC.



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