What Happens When You Mix Salt with Water?

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When you mix salt and water the sodium and chloride atoms are pulled apart causing the salt to dissolve The salt is still there, just saturated. If you evaporate the water, the salt will remain.
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1. Determine the degree of saturation needed for your purposes. Measure the necessary amounts of salt and water for your particular solution. 2. Add water to pot and place pot on
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you will create a lava lamp.
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When salt is put in water, the sodium and chloride atoms are pulled apart
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This effect is well illustrated when making ice cream using salt, ice, and a delicious mix of cream & sugar (usually in some sort of bag). As Gerald mentioned, salt lowers
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Salt dissolves in water so the water becomes salty and clouded. It it is left, the salt is heavier than the water and will settle at the bottom.
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