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Answered 2009-02-17 00:54:30

Salt because water especially hot water will make it freeze faster.

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Salt water will melt an ice cube faster.


ICE CUBES MELTS FASTER IN FRESH THEN IN SALT WATER.


An ice cube melts faster in salt water.



Salt will melt ice faster.


Salt water will melt more faster because there is more density



A salt water icecube has a lower freezing temperature and so will melt faster.


Salt melts ice because the salt molecules in the salt water changes the water molecules in the ice.


With salt because of the chemical salt has to make ice melt faster.




a ice cube will melt in salt water quicker because salt decreases the melting point of ice (makes it harder to melt )


The salt dissolving in the water creates heat which then melts the ice.


water Ice takes about 1- 2 hours to melt with salt and about 5 hours with air


Salt water freezes at a lower temperature, which is why salt is used to melt road ice. In an environment where the temperature is slowly getting warmer as to melt the ice, frozen salt water will melt quicker than ice.


salt helps it melt faster!!!!!


salt melts ice faster than sand would because the salt forms a bond that uses all of the heat energy to melt the ice it surrounds by breaking apart the ice crystal bonds. also, salt lowers the freezing point temperature to melt the ice faster.


Ice melts faster without salt than with salt because salt absorbs water therefore preventing ice with salt to melt quickly. The freezing point of water is lower with added salts; the heat of solution is released.



yes salt melts ice faster.




Salt does not make water freeze slower. However, if it was ice, the salt would melt the ice.


the hypothesis is to see if salt will melt faster or slower on Ice



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