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2018-01-22 16:05:15
2018-01-22 16:05:15

Nothing provided the salt is not heated to melting point.


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when we heat the salt there chemical reaction is takes place

is slowly dissolves into the water and becomes salty to turn it back to salt heat it in a evaporation disk until water has all evaporated then it will leave just the salt.

The water evaporates to just leave salt.

it turns into liquid:0

when we heat up the salt, it changes it,s color and becomes coal like material.

the salt de-solves and leave the taste behind which makes it salt water

the water will evaporate and leave the salt behind. if you want to get salt from salt water just boil it

Ice will be cool at 10 degrees Celsius

The salt would probably melt. If its more than 800C(1472 Degrees.)

it happens to be the contents in the salt that make s it dissapear. the water evaropates it.

it disolves then if you heat the water the water will desolve and the salt will be left at the botton

Salt release slowly the heat of dissolution and the temperature is increased.

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.

Nothing significant. The salt will just help to bring the flavor out a little more.

when crystals start forming by itself when u leave it to cool or evaporate.

sugar will melt into syrup, salt will mostly stay the same and baking soda will get bigger and crunchy

well you heat the salt up with a bunsun burner and then leave it.then the salt stayes there?! not really sure this one might be for rock salt?

You get a very bland bread, but try making croutons with it!

It will leave a solid salt, consisting of the ions.

The water will eventually evaporate off and leave the salt, which you can reclaim.

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