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Very carefully explain which will evaporate faster under conditions: 50.0 mL of distilled waater or 50.0 mL of sea water.

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  1. The vapor pressure of sea water is lower than that of distilled water; therefore, it should take longer for the sea water to evaporate, all other conditions being the same. Technically, these are equilibrium conditions we are talking about and it really has nothing to do about rate.

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  2. Whats the answer to 50 ml of solids and 9.4 of mixtures

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