Boiling-point elevation describes the phenomenon that the boiling point of a
liquid (a solvent) will be higher when another compound is added, meaning that
The boiling point of water does rise if you add salt to it, but only by about 2°C ...
This leads us to the important variable, how fast water or salt water heats up, ...
Apr 18, 2016 ... The salt water requires more exposure to the heat in order to boil than water
alone, so the boiling point is elevated and the time it takes to get ...
Answer: No, adding salt does not lower the boiling point of water. Actually, the
opposite is true. Addin salt to water results in a phenomenon called boiling point
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Mar 11, 2013 ... Adding salt will make the freezing point lower, and the boiling point ... the salt
water heats up faster and eventually gets to its boiling point first..
Apr 12, 2007 ... At that altitude, the boiling point of water is only 88° C. No matter how long they
boiled the water, it would never get hotter than 88° C, and so ...
as for freezing : seawater is in constant movement, so even if you could
determine the freezing point of a given sea water in lab conditions, this ...
Boiling Point Elevation in Solutions. The boiling point of pure water is 100°C, but
that boiling point can be elevated by the adding of a solute such as a salt.
The boiling point of a solution of water and table salt will increase above 100 ...
degree if there is one mole (58.5 grams) of salt in a liter of salt water solution.
Dec 27, 2006 ... i couldnt even find the boling and melting point of salt water. ..... If salt raises the
boiling point then if I cook in salt water it'll cook faster?