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Because salt isn't water

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Salt water does not freeze faster than pure water, and it freezes at a lower temperature. Salt is a form of anti-freeze, which is why it is put on roads in the winter, to help melt the snow.


sciencefair.comSalt water freezes at a lower temperature. Therefore pure water would freeze faster.


Pure water freezes faster than water with impurities. If tap water has a lesser concentration of impurities than salt water the tap water will freeze faster. Some municipalities who have petroleum products in the tap water will likely freeze after the salt water.


Water will freeze faster than salt water.


Salt water will freeze faster because salt soaks in heat, making the water colder faster


no salt water does not freeze faster than sugar.


which water will freeze faster? cold water with salt or hot water with salt????


Salt water freezes faster.


Adding salt to water lowers its freezing point by an amount that is dependent on the salt concentration. A saturated solution, for instance, will have a freezing point of about -20ºC compared with 0ºC for pure water. In any case, pure water will freeze earlier than salt water, because pure water has a higher freezing point.


haha i dunno :) If you throw salt on an icy road it melts the ice so therefore water with salt in it would freeze a lot slower than pure water,


Salt water does not freeze faster than regular water... When salt is put in water, it stops the water from freezing, and it needs to be colder than usual.



Adding salt to water raises the freezing (and melting) point of water (to below 0 °C or 32 °F). Salty water will freeze at a lower temperature than pure water, thus making it take longer to freeze than the same amount of pure water. And adding sugar into water also helps the water to freeze.


Pure water freezes faster, although as anti-freeze goes, sugar is not one of the more potent. Try salt instead.


Depends on how pure the water is. If the water is 100% pure then then it will freeze at 0 degrees. IF it has a small amount of salt added to it, it might freeze about -3 degrees Depends on how pure the water is. If the water is 100% pure then then it will freeze at 0 degrees. IF it has a small amount of salt added to it, it might freeze about -3 degrees


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


Fresh water freezes faster than salt water, yes.


It doesn't. Tap water freezes faster than salt water.


Assuming you had equal amounts of each, the pure water would freeze first...Adding sugar or salt to water lowers its freezing point, meaning that more energy would be required to be removed from salt water and sugar water to freeze it


Salt water does cool faster than pure water.




The polyatomic ions that have disassociated themselves congruently throughout the homogeneous solution of the saline water causes a rapid coagulation of fission. It is this coagulated fission that appears to the naked eye as ice. Once examined further with an electron microscope it becomes apparrent that salt water actually does not freeze faster than pure water at all.



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