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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This had to do with density. When you put the egg into the water, it sinks as it is more dense than the water. However, if you add salt in the water, it becomes salt water and makes
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Fill two clear glasses with lukewarm water. Pour 1 tbsp. of salt into one glass, and stir until the salt dissolves. Gently drop a fresh egg into the plain water. The egg will sink
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Salt water is more dense than normal water, which makes it weigh more, so more
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Salt increases the density of water. Hence, the denser the water, the easier it is for an egg or other object to float.
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