What substances should you add to salt water to make it more concentrated?
Add More Salt to make it more concentrated and add more wtaer to make it less concentrated
To make a solution concentrated either we heat the solution (water bath for volatile substances) or we add the solute...
The concentrated sulfuric acid should be diluted to prepare diluted sulfuric acid. The water should not be added directly as the tremendous heat would cause an explosion. Firstly, a desired amount of water should be added to a beaker of similar apparatus. Then it should be followed with the addition of the concentrated acid drop wise.
Assuming you mean a solution of salt, you would add WATER.
its very simple! to make a concentrated solution dilute, all you have to do is add a little water to it!
The concentration of a solution can be changed.
It has a large amount of solute in it. If I were to have the solvent of water, and the solute of sugar, I would put a lot of sugar and dissolve it in the water to make a concentrated solution.
Anything you add water to dilutes it.
A concentrated solution can be weakened by adding more of the solution material (usually water) to dilute it.
Concentrated means the mixture is reduced in order to make it stronger. i.e. Sugar mixed with water and then boiled down will create a syrup and is a concentrated mixture.
Keep it boiling until al the water has evaporated !
A spoonful of concentrated Sulfuric acid
Hydrogen and oxygen
Pour 100 mL of concentrated hydrochloric acid (36,5 %) in 900 ml distilled water.
To make thinner or less concentrated by adding a liquid such as water
Lemon juice is concentrated by removing water while it is being processed. There are two main methods: evaporation and centrifuging (spinning).
Evaporating the solvent the solution will be more concentrated.
a milk b salt c sand d sugar the anwser is b
Water and swag
Oxygen and Hydrogen
Espresso is really strong and concentrated, and if you haven't drank enough water already this makes your pee really concentrated too which is why it smells. Drink some more water!
the two substances needed by plants are- carbon dioxide and water.
You need to remove the water by evaporation.
you should add more of the solute to the solution to make it more concentrated and more of the solvent to the solution to make it diluted.
On the contrary !! Addition of water (= solute) will dilute the solvent, lowering the concentration of it.
particles called atoms are the smallest unit. Several atoms combine to make a molecule and molecules are what form substances such as water
Unlike salt and sugar, petrol is a nonpolar substance, meaning that the electrons in its molecules are evenly distributed, rather than concentrated in some areas to make the molecule negatively charged on one side and positively charged on the other, as is the case with polar substances. Polar substances, as well as ionic substances such as salt, tend to dissolve more effectively in other polar substances, such as water, while nonpolar substances tend to dissolve… Read More
Dissolve as much sugar as you possibly can in warm water. Then reduce the amount of water - either by very gentle heating or simply be evaporation. You will be left with sugar crystals.
You need at least two substances to make a solution, but you only need to dissolve one of them. A solution of salt water has two substances (salt and water) but only the salt is dissolved.
Yes, acid is acid and salt is base, if you make a concentrated solution you get water and salt.
water cheese spices flour that kinda stuff
water and carbon dioxide
co2 and water i guess
Biogradable substances are substances which can be graded in to different substances.for instance water is H2o. two amounts of hydrogen and one amount of oxygen combined to make a liquid.
By water their weight and compression also make a different.
To make thinner or less concentrated by adding a liquid such as water.
Dissolve 49.3 ml of concentrated HCl 37% in water to make 1000ml
First, the wastes are extracted; second, the water in the waste is somewhat reabsorbed.
water molecules are just there to difuse into other liquids to make them more dilute, or less concentrated other than that, not a lot else
Because the salt solution is more concentrated. This means the water leaves the cell and makes it shrivel up.
Yes, water is an excellent solvent for all kinds of sugar (solute) Concentrated solutions are called 'syrup'
The three essential substances are cement - usually Portland Cement, water and aggregates - sand can be part of the aggregate
The introduction of any substances that make a body of water unhealthy is called water pollution. Toxins and pollution comes in all forms, from sewage runoff to indutrial chemical dumping to human garbage like plastics.
Calcium chloride can be made from limestone and hydrochloric acid, and if you do it that way you want concentrated acid to make the process run faster.
Hydrogen and oxygen make up water. Found in processed water can be fluorine and chlorine.
Hot water, salt, and fire
Both acids and bases.
Milk, water, ice cream mix
You can either add more sugar or boil off some of the water.
The statement is true. Solvent is what you dissolve a solute in. In chemistry, your solvent is usually going to be water. So, if you have a concentrated solution and you pour some more water into it, you're diluting the solution.
i donno lol It removes the bacteria and unwanted substances which are bigger than water molecules from the water.