Why does water absorb salt?
Water "dissolves" salt. Water does not absorb salt.
Yes, that is why water dissolves quicker with salt.
Salt absorb water.
Because salt absorb water.
The salt will absorb the water.
Because salt absorb water and microorganisms die without water.
Salt absorb water and without water microorganisms are killed.
Salt is very hygroscopic, easily absorb water.
Yes, because salt absorb easily water.
A hygroscopic salt is a compound which easily absorb water.
Answer No Your body is oily and the water isn't absorbed. except your hands when they go wrinkly, they have less oil on them and will absorb water but the salt will not be absorbed so it's not harmful, your body will get rid of the excess salt (via urination)
Salt absorb water and bacteria doesn't survive without water and are killed.
Fresh water plants cannot absorb water from salt water, and will normally die quickly in it.
Salt absorb the water necessary for organisms.
Salt absorb water and as a consequence all microorganisms (they need water) are killed.
Because salt absorb water; without water bacteria are killed.
dehydration because Salt absorb water
Salt absorb water and as a consequence destroy microorganisms.
Sodium chloride is hygroscopic, absorb water.
Yes, your body does absorb salt from home soft water systems, however, amounts are generally small. Unless you are on a low-sodium diet, salt levels in water softening systems are generally nothing to worry about.
any salt that absorb water or moisture when exposed to atmosphere to turn to a solution
Definition of soluable: (opposite: insoluable) A rock or substnce that can absorb water or let water through it/dissolve in water. e.g salt is soluable it can absorb water and dissolve. Sand is not. It cannot absorb water and cannot dissolve.
Sodium chloride is hygroscopic, absorb water.
Sodium chloride absorb easily water.
The number one answer would be salt.
there is less need to add salt when served. Of course, the noodles absorb water then soften.
Salt is hygroscopic, absorb water.
Rock salt kills grass because it draws the water out of them. Salt absorbs water and when placed on grass will absorb the water that plants need to survive.
Carrots and potatoes absorb a small amount of salt.
Salt absorb water and kill microorganisms.
if a fresh water animal is put in a salt water environment it will die from dehydration. If a salt water animal is put into a fresh water environment the animal will absorb to much water and explode.
Yes, sodium chloride absorb easily water.
Because unlike the ocean, there is no salt for ground water to absorb.
salt stops water from being obsorbed in the human body so it also cannot be obsorbed by anything elese
Because salt is hygroscopic - can easily absorb or adsorb water.
No, unless you're drinking the water. The salt is unable to absorb through your skin and into your body.
electrolites in the water inhibit the plants ability to absorb water which is essencial for germination
A potato will decrease in mass if salt (sodium chloride) is applied to it. The salt will absorb water which is contained in the potato.
Mung beans don't grow in salt water because the salt is an impurity and causes the plant to absorb less water. It also makes the plant dry out.
"Salt" is a very general term for a group of evaporites, or rocks which form through the evaporation of water. By the question, I'm assuming you are referring to common table salt, NaCl. Salt does not absorb water. On the contrary, salt is dissolved by water into individual particles of NaCl, which subsequently are bound to the water with hydrogen bonds. The only way to retrieve salt out of solution is through evaporation, which breaks… Read More
Sodium chloride absorb water and microorganisms die without water.
Can someone give you a really good explanation for why the boiling point of water decreases when salt is added?
Because the salt can absorb more heat than water can?
Salt doesn't really absorb water, it just pulls out the liquid. This happens with everything, not just eggplants. It has to do with osmosis. That's a chemistry term and not necessarily a cooking term. And there is additional information in the WikiAnswers section on chemistry.
Yes, it is true because the salt absorb water and also the saltiness taste need a liquid.
Yes. But this occurs because salt is soluble in water, in which the coloring is dissolved. The color is retained by the salt crystals when they dry.
Fresh-water plants are overwhelmed by the "salt" (sodium) in salt water. Just like humans, they cannot balance the excess intake of sodium and therefore, they also cannot absorb enough water.
The salt will dissolve into the water. If the water becomes saturated with salt (it cannot absorb any more) the water will eventually evaporate into the air leaving behind a crystal like formation in the bottom of whatever the two were mixed in.
salts absorb heat, that why the water become colder as it undergo endothermic reaction.
Wet salt has a tendency for agglomeration. Do not allow salt to absorb water; close NaCl in closed containers.
The salt in the water would absorb throught the boiled egg making it a SALTY boiled egg and if you took off the shell you would see the salt crystals. :)
It happens because sodium chloride (Salt), Absorbs water. Therefor if you eat salty popcorn the salt will absorb water in your cells.