Salt water is more dense than "fresh" water so your mass does
not have to displace as much liquid if there is salt dissolved in
it. Less displacement means you float higher in the salty
Salt water is denser than fresh water, therefore, it is easier to float in. The Dead Sea is a landlocked lake of very salty water, it is very easy to float in.
No it will make salt water which makes certain objects float. Like the Dead Sea in Japan it is salt water and people float easy than it does in say a swimming pool.
It can float with salt in the water. If it is not fresh but spoiled and there is no salt in water, it can float. If it is fresh with no salt in water, it can't float.
Substances that float float better in salt water then in fresh water because salt water is more dense as a result of the salt that is dissolves in the water.
Yes it does float in salt water.
Salt Water, because it is makes things more buoyant.
Yes, they can float in salt water but not pure water.
Yes. Salt water has a slightly higher density then fresh water which means its a little easier for things to float in salt water. So if it floats in fresh water it will certainly float in salt water.
eggs float in salt water as they have a lower density than the salt water
Yes, and egg will float in salt water.
it is easier to float, salt water has a higher density. The more salt, the easier it is to float.
Salt (sodium chloride) doesn't float on water; salt is soluble in water.
Objects float higher in salt water due the density caused by the salt, the more salt present in the water the higher the object will float.
Salt is soluble in water, doesn't float.
Objects float better in salt water because the denser the water the easier the object will float for instance if your at a salt water beach you will float easier in a salt water beach then you will floating in a swimming pool.