Why Does Salt Make an Egg Float?

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Adding salt to water makes an egg float because of density. Saltwater has a much higher density than freshwater, which allows it to support the egg.
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Salt water has a greater density than pure water.
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Salt water is more dense than normal water, which makes it weigh more, so more
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Density is technically defined as the mass of an object divided by its volume. Essentially, it is a measure of how tightly packed the molecular structure of an object is. Density
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An object will float in a liquid as long as the object's density is less than the liquid's density. Normally, the density of water is a little bit less than the density of an egg,
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