Salt water is colder than the fresh water.
Salt doesn't lower the temperature of water. Rather, salt water has a lower freezing point than normal water, which can cause it to be colder while remaining in a liquid state.
Some do not get cold enough and others are salt water harbours (salt water requires a colder temperature than normal).
well for something to freeze it has to be 0 degrees or lower which is what ice is, frozen water. so the water has to be 1 degree or more to NOT freeze so the ice is colder than salt watercoz salt water is not frozen... does t6hat make sense? Actually, salt water CAN be colder than ice because the salt lowers the freezing point of the 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.
Because sodium chloride is salt! Obviously normal water has lower salt levels than salt water.
This is because of the salt in the water
it is warmer
Salt ice lasts longer than normal ice. This is because salt ice is much colder than normal ice. To keep things cool longer, using salt ice is better.
The salt added to water makes the water colder so salt water evaporates slower than just plain fresh water.
In general, salt water may be colder than distilled(pure) water because the salt water has a high concentration of dissolved ions within it causing its specific heat capacity to be lower than that of distilled water. That is to say, it takes less energy to raise the temperature of salt water then distilled water, which also means that distilled water can retain heat longer than salt water can. Dont really know if thats what you were getting at but there you go.
It all depends on where the lake is located at. Lakes in colder climates will have a colder normal temperature than that of lakes in warmer climates.
When frozen, saltwater is colder. The reason why saltwater is colder when it it frozen is because of the salt in it, that type of water has to be at a lower temperature than freshwater to get to its freezing point.
Water with salt dissolved in it has to be colder than pure water in order to freeze. That's why we throw salt on snow and ice on the street to melt them.
Salt water needs to be much colder than fresh water to freeze because salt melts ice.
Yes, salt water does indeed freeze. The addition of a solute (salt in this case) to a solvent (water) will always lower the solution's freezing point. This just means it needs to be colder than 32oC to freeze the salt water.
NO Normal water boils faster because salt (sodium chloride) breaks up very slowly and since its salt water. The salt binds itself with the molecules of the water therefore increasing the boiling point, hence making it slower to boil. In comparison to normal water, salt water takes longer to boil than normal water.
it is a process called freezing point depression. The salt lowers the freezing point of water therefore it has to be colder for the water to return to ice
No, it takes salt water longer to freeze than normal water, as it's freezing point is lower. This is why roads get gritted/salted in the winter, to stop them freezing over as quickly.
On the contrary, it takes longer for salt water to freeze - it freezes at a lower temperature than fresh water does.
It is an isotopic effect on solubility; the normal water is H2O or the heavy water is D2O.
a lemon sinks in normal water and floats in salty water because the density of salt water is more than the normal water.