Does Salt Affect Evaporation of Water?

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Salt affects evaporation of water. Dissolved salt in water will lower the solution's vapour pressure. Evaporation rate is proportional to the difference in vapour pressure of the solution and the vapour pressure of the bulk gas phase over the water surface.
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