Fresh water boils faster than salt water. This is because salt increases the boiling temperature and lowers the freezing temperature of water. Both fresh water and salt water will reach 100 degrees Celsius (212 Fahrenheit) at roughly the same rate, but salt water will only boil at a higher temperature (depending on the concentration of salt). Another factor that affects the boiling and freezing points of water is altitude. The higher you are - the lower the boiling point and the higher the freezing point.
The water that boils fasteris fresh water because salthas an effect on water.
saltwater boils the fastest
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.
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tap water boils faster than salt water
fresh water doesnt have salt so it doesnt take as long to have the salt evaporate
salt water makes it boil faster .
No it boils slower because the salt won't evaporate.
Fresh water evaporate faster.
drinking water boils faster because the saltwater has to desolve first.
Salt does not make water boil faster. It makes it boil slower.
ICE CUBES MELTS FASTER IN FRESH THEN IN SALT WATER.
Salt water boils HOTTER, not necessarily faster.
Everything rusts much faster in salt water than in fresh water.
It will rust faster in salt water.
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I think it is fresh water freezes faster because the salt melts ice.
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At the same temperature fresh water evaporates faster.
salt water, as the salt water eats away at the coin faster.