It depends on how cold your ice is. A salty mixture will lower the melting point of water to a certain extend, just like when cities put salt on the roads in winter to remove ice, your vinegar will do something alike. However, if your ice is too cold it won't do anything, it will actually freeze itself.
yes it does
Under normal conditions vinegar is a liquid and so does not need to melt.
it melt faster with salt
Yes, it defrosts ice from windshields very easily.
Question: Does Ice dissolve faster in water, Saltwater, or vinegar?To me it would be the saltwater because salt melts ice and so therefore ice would melt faster in saltwater.
The salty mixture helps. Salt is a good ingredient for melting ice.
vinegar, because it is acidic and therefore has a higher concentration of ions
Yes they do melt in vinegar
yes, natural pearls can melt in vinegar.
According to my experiments, ice melts faster in water than in vinegar. It takes roughly twice as long to melt in vinegar than water when both the vinegar and water are at room temperature. I think the reason is vinegar is slightly more dense than water and what happens is as the ice melts in vinegar it forms a cool layer of water in the surface. The ice floats so it's in contact with the cool layer. When ice is in water, as the ice melts, the melted water is cooler an denser and drops to the bottom, so the ice floating in water is always in contact with a warmer layer of water.
I've concluded that the fastest way to melt an ice cube is to put hot water ,adobo seasoning,salt and pepperseasoning,salt,pepper, and vinegar will melt it in 23.1 seconds or use a Flamethrower
ice would melt but by what? are you comparing it to ice and icecream ?but ice would melt
No, flour does not melt ice
Animals do not melt ice.
Vinegar will melt pearls.
Assuming that the vinegar and oil are at the same temperature to begin with. And that the two cases of ice are of the same volume and temperature in each case. The vinegar will melt the ice fater as there is a net gain (negetive increase) of energy when the two are mixed. (mixing in this case is still valid even though the ice is solid. There is contact at the surface level) As oil and water are mutually insoluable there is no reaction and no heat released.
Ice melt and rock salt are both used to melt ice, but they are different things. The catalyst in ice melt is calcium chloride. Ice melt generates heat immediately when poured on ice.
it will become water If you melt an ice cube it will melt
To melt ice
no, but ice melt is a salt