What Are the Factors Involved in Dissolving Salt?

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The factors involved in dissolving salt are: the temperature of the water, the polarity of the water or solute and the molecular size of the salt molecules. The larger the molecules, the slower the rate of at which they will dissolve.
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heat. the amount of salt. the amount of water.
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Some ionic salts dissolve in water, which
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most salts are soluble. refer to solubility rules for better understanding.
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