It rusted out
Condensation Or the tank rusted out
you should not fix rusted pipes. they should be replaced
Well when you put steel in water, the water will make the steel more softened, and then the rust starts forming cause the water dissolves the steel atoms then you have a red rusted steel metals.
it get rusted
Low coolant, stuck thermostat, blown headgasket (from overheating BEFORE) or a damaged (rusted) water pump.
Put in Hot water
The boat rises as the water rises so the ladder will always be 1 foot in the water.
Thermostat, blocked radiator, leaking hoses, rusted impellers on the water pump and the worst possibility, a leaking head gasket/cracked head.
it gets rusted due to the salt present in the salt water
beacuse they get rusted in sea water
Usually one of two things. A bad intake seal or a rusted freeze plug. Use mirror to find it.
dont keep it by water, or humid places
If ladder is metal, you'll have to go back to no salt pool. :(
I did a science fair project on the effects of rusting nails. I used tap water, salt water, Sprite, and vinegar. after 14 days the tap water had rusted the nail entirely within 10 days. The salt water rusted the nail entirely within 12 days. both the Sprite and vinegar did not cause any rusting on the nail. Also the tap water was first to sprout signs of rusting within 3 hours of the submerging of the nail.
Glass would be the insulator of the choices given. All the other items are metal (conductors) or water (minerals cause conductivity).
Water that is totally flavourless.
Can't tell, 'cause water doesn't burn. Water is totally oxidized hydrogen. It is essentially hydrogen "ash". Just as you cannot reignite the ashes from a fire you cannot re-burn water after hydrogen is burned with oxygen to water.
An aquifer is an area of permeable rock or soil that is totally filled with water.
I don't believe; an iron nail is rusted in lemon juice and ocean water.
Because the ladder is fixed to the boat, however many rungs are under water at the start, that same number are still below the water after the water has risen.
That totally depends on the temperature of the water
No, sand is extremely (but not totally) insoluble in water.
It is insoluble in water. Totally it is not soluble.