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Salt water is not a chemical change.

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None. Salt dissolves in water, but that is not a chemical reaction, and no new compounds are formed. Dissolving is a physical change, not a chemical change.



It is a physical change because the chemical composition of salt and water do not change. You can separate the salt and water physically by allowing the water to evaporate, which leaves the salt.


No, dissolving salt in water is a physical change.


It is a physical change because the chemical composition of the salt and water does not change.


Dissolving salt in water is a physical change- no chemical reaction took place. If the water evaporates, the salt is still there.


No, not always. For example, if you mix salt and water, no chemical change takes place. The salt dissolves in the water and a solution is formed, which is not a chemical change because the salt and water retain their individual chemical compositions.


Salt water is only matter, not a change.Dissolving in water is a physical change.


Solubilization of salt in water is a physical change.


Solubilization of salt in water is a physical change.


Making salt water to gargle for a sore throat is not a chemical change. This is because the salt can be extracted from the water.



A match burning is a chemical change. Salt dissolving in water is a physical change.


this is a chemical change cause you can't return it back to solid salt



Dissolving in water is a physical change.


The dissolution of salt in water is a physical change.its a chemical cause it is dissoving an having a different taste


Salt dissolving in water is not a chemical change because the salt is merely broken into its component ions (Na+ and Cl-) but no new substance is formed.


Chemical. it melted in the water so there is no salt


Salt dissolving in water is a physical change. No new substances are formed.


When salt water has evaporated, it has undergone a physical change since the salt and water both retain their chemical configuration, only have changed their form.


No addition of salt to water is not a chemical change but an example of physical change and termed as solubility .


Dissolving in water is a physical change.


Dissolving in water is a physical change.


Dissolving in water is a physical change.



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