yes you will need to get a salt water chlorinator to convert the chlorine in the salt,
What is saltwater...saltwater is just water and added salt.
saltwater is just one word
Your question does not make any sense. There are many malls called "Lakeside Mall" in the United States. Just go scan for a hotspot yourself?
there is not a saltwater climate, just as there is no freshwater climate either
saltwater fish need to breath in saltwater and not fresh water. just like we need to breath in oxygen and not carbon dioxide.
You will need to get equipment besides the salt to convert to a saltwater system. The way a salt water system works is that salt is added to the water in the pool then an electrode is fitted inline that works usually while the filter is opperating which converts the salt into chlorine which then disololves int the water. You would be best of checking with your poolshop to find out what would be the best choice.
go to the sea and bring home loads of salt water or just pour salt and mix in to plain water
Turn of the salt water chlorination and start adding chlorine the same as you would in an ordinary pool. The salt water in the pool will become less salty over time so you don't have to worry about changing the water. You could tidy it up a little by removing the saltwater chlorinator element or you could just leave it.
Sure, you CAN, but why would you want to? The purpose of the salt in a saltwater system equipped pool is to provide the chlorine the saltwater system generates. It would be the same as having a saltwater system pool that the saltwater system went bad and you just installed an inline chlorinator in the plumbing instead of replacing the saltwater chlorine generator system so you could add chlorine with the tablets.
Yes and no. When you try to freeze saltwater it will take much longer than regular water would. Also it will not freeze all the way through it will just have a layer on top.
Yes, saltwater makes mascara run faster. Just like when you cry, those tears are a type of saltwater.
If you put a raw egg in salt water it would get liter than it was and the shell would fall of just leaving the tissue
Sure, just throw it in....
saltwater freezes at 18 degrees dumb idiot. just playing,but yeah its 18 degrees
A saltwater crocodile has about 68 teeth and their minimum is 64 teeth. but that's just the saltwater crocodile.
for example 54 cm would just be 0.54
It lives in both. It is primarily a saltwater fish but does adapt to live in strictly freshwater (not just brackish)
It doesn't make a difference weather it is saltwater or freshwater because they will cool at the same rate it is just that when saltwater evaporates it will leave the salt particles behind.
It depends what type of chemical energy it is. But if it is just in general, then you would do nothing ,you would just leave it the same.
The croc would win. It has almost double the biteforce, a faster attack speed, and the deathroll. It would just grab the tail and tear it off, the shark wouldn't be able to swim, so it would drown. The croc would just eat it.
There are 10 millimeters in one centimeters. So if you wanted to convert 123 millimeters into centimeters, just divide by 10 and the answer will be the answer for centimeters
Say you have 23%. To convert it to a decimal you would just put .23 If you have 50% you could just put .5
How to convert a pool to real saltwater. Add only sea water, just like a cruise ship pool operator would, dump it everytime your done for the day, and try like heck to get a health dept. permit. You will find pumps and filters to handle salt water and heat exchangers to handle your heating needs on a commercial basis, Astral is one mfgr. you can try. But again your first stop is going to be your local and state health dept for a permit to operate a commercial pool with sea water. good swimming getapool.com
Yes you can. You just add some salt in some water. If you don't believe me take a sip of it! (I don't think you would want to though)