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Does water with salt boils faster than plain water

Yes, salt increases the waters boiling point and therefore a higher temperature is needed for the water to boil.

Salt does, indeed, increase the boiling point of water due to the salt but it will take longer for the water to boil since the temperature must be higher. However, it takes about 58 g NaCl to incrase the boiling point of 1 L of water 1o C so the time required to increase the temperature by that much would hardly be noticeable.

WHAT BOILS FIRST PLAIN WATER OR SALT WATER

What do u think Vanessa. Just to ley u know, plain water boils faster and you got to find out.!!!!!!!!
Good luck

i need help on my science expo

dont tell me the answer yet. i need this for my science project. send me tips to what i need to find out about this subject

please provide with some information?

I just did this for my science fair project and i discovered that water with salt in it does boil faster than plain water

yes


can someone help me?


yes salt water does

PLAIN WATER BOILS FASTER THAN WATER WITH SALT

arrrrgh I have to do this poster thingy on DOES SALT WATER BOIL FASTER THAN PLAIN WATER? i keep looking stuff up and people say it slows it down and some say it speeds it up! ive done this experiment and it always boils faster.(salt one) aggggh

Where do you find this information

hi i am doing the sAME THING SO LET ME KNOW WCH IS FASTER

SALT WATER BOIL'S FASTER THAN PLAIN WATER !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

im doing the same thing
everyone on the internet says plain water boils faster but i found out salt water does!

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