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Question by Donna Worley
Submitted on 10/9/2003
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Does water with salt evaporate faster than water without salt


Answer by B_5252
Submitted on 11/16/2003
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Yes,water with salt evaporates faster than water without salt.

 

Answer by Dan
Submitted on 11/22/2003
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No, water with salt boils at a higher temperature, as you probably know. That means that at any given temperature it has a lower "saturated vapour pressure" (basically it's further from boiling) which means it evaporates slower.

 

Answer by Reza
Submitted on 12/9/2003
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Saline water evaporates in a higher temperature and freezes in a higher minus temperature too.If water evaporates at 100.Saline water evaporates at 100+x.If water freezes at 0 saline water freezes at 0-x where x>0.

 

Answer by ATECIA THOMPKINS
Submitted on 12/16/2003
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THE ANSWER TO THE QUESTION IS THAT WATER CAN'T EVAPORATE FASTER THAN WATER WITH SAL;T BECAUSE SALT DOES NOT DISSOLVE IN WATER

 

Answer by Alina Shigri
Submitted on 1/10/2004
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Heating the liqiud further,increases the kinetic energy so much that the cohensive forces are weakened tremendously so it means that water without or with salt both evaporate faster.

 

Answer by buddy
Submitted on 1/20/2004
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why does water evaporate?

 

Answer by rew
Submitted on 2/24/2004
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tuxctftuuyuy

 

Answer by jbgjbrgbrgbrgPENGUIN
Submitted on 5/13/2004
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Old school

 

Answer by JESUS CHRIST
Submitted on 5/15/2004
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You people are so stupid.  Anyone who read this thread is dumber for having done so.  I hope a million buckets of salt water boiling at 100+x degrees at 1.7 atmospheres falls on each and every one of your heads.

Now, the answer is no. It is the opposite.  Water with salt with evaporate slower than water without salt because it is has more density.  Good day.

 

Answer by ?guess?
Submitted on 8/15/2004
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"Jesus Christ" is right

 

Answer by ninky
Submitted on 8/24/2004
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yes because if u boil salt water and just water the salt water will start boiling faster

 

Answer by brittany watson
Submitted on 9/9/2004
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yes it will!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Answer by brittany watson
Submitted on 9/9/2004
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i think that Jesus needs t stop being such a jerk !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1111111

 

Answer by bob
Submitted on 10/5/2004
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you people suck.

 

Answer by mrs.tweety
Submitted on 10/6/2004
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Well i think that water do evaporate faster then salt water ,because water is used to the freezer. So there for that is what i think!!!

 

Answer by me
Submitted on 10/13/2004
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my many experiments have proven that salt with water will evaporate faster than water without salt. even when the two substances are boiled at the same temperature.

 

Answer by pe oe
Submitted on 10/15/2004
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i don't  know

 

Answer by Janelle
Submitted on 10/17/2004
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but doesn't the water just ecaporate and leave the salt behind? i need to know cuz this is my science fair project. or if anyone could give me a link that would be great.

 

Answer by Laurie
Submitted on 10/21/2004
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Water boils at different tempetures depending on how much salt you add. I did an experiment and found the water with no salt boiled at 100 degrees celcius i added i mililiter of salt and it boiled at 120 degrees celcius next i added 4 mililiters of salt and it boiled at 180 degrees celcius.... and so on.....

 

Answer by Lil Jon
Submitted on 10/28/2004
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waz up my homies are you read to get the bubbles floating YEAH.So lets do the A-Town stomp And dont yall rock away.





The answer is no but dont trust ma I am  from da ghetto.Let me go get drunk

 

Answer by gabriel
Submitted on 11/4/2004
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salt water evaporates faster than regular water skrew you jesus

 

Answer by Cloe
Submitted on 11/6/2004
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I have done this experiment and the result was that water with salt and water without salt evaporated at the same time. Therefore the salt made no difference in the time water evaporates

 

Answer by Ya gurl Nique
Submitted on 11/8/2004
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Nah neither of dem dumb behind waters evaporate faster they do it the same so stay off my cock bytches

 

Answer by Nesha
Submitted on 11/8/2004
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all of these anwsers are stupid and this website is sooooooooo gay and retardet

 

Answer by juli
Submitted on 11/14/2004
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water with salt evaporates faster

 

Answer by wiggle dancer
Submitted on 11/15/2004
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I don't know I was just looking for a real answer to my question

 

Answer by Yvee
Submitted on 11/17/2004
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Losers don't no nuting. Water evaporates first.

 

Answer by your mamma
Submitted on 11/18/2004
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duh,didn't I teach yall better than that.
Yall are about dum as daylight.All yall little punks can just hush.We're here to tell yall the truth.If you listen it can give yall higher education,yall dumb chickenheads.Listen to what we have to say because we're not here to play.So get it straight.

water boils faster without salt.

 

Answer by heathergee
Submitted on 11/23/2004
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no because water with salt has more density
good day people!! PEACE OUT!!!

 

Answer by Meci
Submitted on 12/2/2004
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You people are so so dumb !!!

 

Answer by Brittany Symank-jwi
Submitted on 12/3/2004
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Yes I think water with salt will evaporate faster than water without salt because if it is ice water the salt will make it evaporate.

 

Answer by Jeanine
Submitted on 12/8/2004
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Yes, water with salt evaporates faster then water without salt because salt dissolves when at the right temperature.

 

Answer by maria
Submitted on 12/9/2004
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I believe that it would evaporate faster with salt because, salt would make it boil at a higher tempurature therefore with salt it would evaporate faster...

 

Answer by Brandy
Submitted on 12/17/2004
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The answer is that water evaporates faster with the salt.Think of it like when the roads have ice or snow and you put salt on the roads to get rid of the snow or the ice. And snow and ice are practicly water.

 

Answer by april
Submitted on 1/1/2005
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water evaporates because the sun is warm and bright so it shines obn the water and the water dries up. It's called the water cycle .It rains, the water evaporaetes back into the air, then it fills up the clouds ,the clouds get full and it rains again.The water cycle keeps repeating it's self.

 

Answer by me
Submitted on 1/8/2005
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whoever says that saltwater has more density than regular water is a moron.  saltwater has less density, which is why you float better in ocean water than in regular water.  

 

Answer by ME
Submitted on 1/16/2005
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that person who answered as Jesus Christ needs to shut up. i think what they did was taking the lords name in vain.

 

Answer by dumb
Submitted on 1/16/2005
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water does evaporate

 

Answer by Brandon
Submitted on 1/18/2005
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i dont know the answer im just taking the ones off here

 

Answer by nemo
Submitted on 1/20/2005
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Salt water evaporates faster than fresh water because salt water have denser molecules that makes evaporation much slower. Also the salt in the water makes the water heavier and with grater density.

 

Answer by Charles  McSquid
Submitted on 1/23/2005
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I, to tell the truth, do not know.

 

Answer by Yo Yo Yo
Submitted on 1/24/2005
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Can you make evaporation happen faster or slower???

 

Answer by JESUS CHRIST
Submitted on 2/4/2005
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you people your vary smart

 

Answer by sid
Submitted on 2/18/2005
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It doesn't matter if the water has salt or not.  The salt is just a substance in the water.  In 2nd grade, i did an experiment to see if salt water or water without water will evaporate first.  They both evaporated ant the same time, more or less.  Like I said before, the salt is just a substance in the water.  It might filter the water or have another purpose, but it doesn't effect the amount of time it takes to evaporate

 

Answer by gina924
Submitted on 2/21/2005
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I think that water can evaporate faster because salt usaully evaporates a lot of things. But there is a certain type of salt that can do that.

 

Answer by hghghthhhthhtrasaasa
Submitted on 2/27/2005
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idiots. i agree with Jesus.idiots

 

Answer by Shaun
Submitted on 3/3/2005
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Somebodys GAY lol

 

Answer by pop
Submitted on 3/6/2005
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idk. who cares. i may be doin a proj on this but really ppl, who cares?

 

Answer by jessica gomez
Submitted on 3/7/2005
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i think water with salt wont evaporate faster than water without salt because it will have more density. good day

 

Answer by ~*~angl~*~
Submitted on 3/8/2005
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well my dad is a scientist and he told me all about it and this is what he said well you see if you want to know a question like that you should do research on that subject here is an excellant web site you can go on www.askjeeves.com and for a search you should say does water with salt evaporate faster than water without salt it will give you your answer right there and bye the way your answer is no water with salt will evaporate slower than just water because salt water has more density

 

Answer by master keys
Submitted on 3/15/2005
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you people are stupid execpt Jesus Crist, man. He's right.

 

Answer by Hilary
Submitted on 3/22/2005
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Water with salt will evaporate quicker because the water transfers into the salt and then evaporates along with it. Regular water is heavier than salt so it takes longer.

 

Answer by tina
Submitted on 3/22/2005
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yes, i think that the water evaporates the fast because if you eat or drink salt the salt evaporates the water inside your body so you drink many water.

 

Answer by 1lla
Submitted on 3/24/2005
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i don really care if it iz no or yes, jus giv me an answer,........dat doesnt make sense wut i wrote did it


 

Answer by JESUS CHRIST IS HERE NOW
Submitted on 3/29/2005
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Jesus Christ is right that its because it has more density but there is also another reason.......

It takes a slightly higher heat for salt water to evaporate compared to fresh water.................. Have a good day everyone

 

Answer by JESUS CHRIST IS HERE NOW
Submitted on 3/29/2005
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Jesus Christ is right that its because it has more density but there is also another reason.......

It takes a slightly higher heat for salt water to evaporate compared to fresh water.................. Have a good day everyone Hey wtf this sight is never gonna get updated

 

Answer by hilary ann duff
Submitted on 4/3/2005
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the answer to your question is that water with salt will evaporate slower than water because salt water has more density this is because of the salt in the water. If you ever have any more questions i would love to help (if i ever have time) oh and by the way i have done this project before in 6th grade. Bye i hope this information is a good help.

 

Answer by blk-diamond
Submitted on 4/6/2005
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i don't think that salt water evaporates faster because the salt molecules are holding down the water molecules form leaving the liquid state and going to a gaseous state.

 

Answer by Diva
Submitted on 4/12/2005
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Alright people, heres the truth>>> SALT WATER evaporates, one thing I've done an experiment to prove it and another thing is the salt in the salt water evaporates faster then the water alone. duh! Don't get it mixed up!

 

Answer by max
Submitted on 4/17/2005
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you are all the most retarded people i have ever herd. now please listen to someone who nows what he is talking about o.k. water without salt will evaporate faster      
         dumb ass

 

Answer by Jakers
Submitted on 4/27/2005
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yes water without salt does freeze faster, because there is nothing but pure liquid. water with salt will take longer, because the salt will mix in with the water some what but the rest will go to the bottom.and then it wont be able to evaporate.

 

Answer by phantom
Submitted on 5/5/2005
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I think that salt water freezes faster

 

Answer by unknown
Submitted on 5/7/2005
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well salt water evaporates but the salt doesn't evaporate. pollution that gets into clouds isn't because the pollution on earth is evaporating into the clouds its because factories have high stacks that let the pollution out into the clouds.

 

Answer by weezy
Submitted on 5/23/2005
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A French physicist and chemist] states that the addition of solute to a liquid lessens the tendency for the liquid to become a solid or a gas, i.e., reduce the freezing point and the vapor pressure (see solution). For example, the addition of salt to water causes the water to freeze below its normal freezing point (0C) and to boil above its normal boiling point (100C).

 

Answer by azfaadgar
Submitted on 6/2/2005
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mother of a gun
anser the freakin question

 

Answer by Bek
Submitted on 7/26/2005
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Thanx for the imfo but i think that normal water would evaporate as it has no cemicals and salt does

 

Answer by the antichrist
Submitted on 8/11/2005
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it doesnt have to with density it is vapor pressure and yes it will be slower with salt in it

 

Answer by MIKE THE GREAT
Submitted on 8/26/2005
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ALL OF YOU ARE A BUNCH OF PENISES, THE ANSWER IS NO BECAUSE THE SALT MAKES THE WATER HAVE MORE DENSITY AND IT TAKES LONGER TO DISSOLVE. HAVE A GREAT DAY IDIOTS!!!!!!!

 

Answer by michael
Submitted on 9/20/2005
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your gay

 

Answer by Maria Barnes
Submitted on 9/22/2005
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yes,but i think all of u people r stupid and dumb!

 

Answer by Maria Barnes
Submitted on 9/22/2005
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yes,but i think all of u people r stupid and dumb!

 

Answer by BAD_GIRL
Submitted on 9/29/2005
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YES,WATER WITH SALT WILL EVAPORATE FIRST BECAUSE SALT DOES NOT DISSOLVE IN WATER AND I ALREADY TRIED DOING THIS

 

Answer by Mr.iwnattoknow
Submitted on 10/19/2005
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i agree with jesus christ but cant you people research and conduct an experiment to see for yourself.i mean youre not THAT stupid.
GOOD DAY!!!

 

Answer by vecky
Submitted on 10/27/2005
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yall suck cuz water with salt evaporates slower!!!!!!!!!

f@u%Y    u

 

Answer by kitty
Submitted on 10/30/2005
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water ALWAYS boils at 100 degress celsious no matter what. It does not matter if salt is in it or not.

 

Answer by Dookie
Submitted on 10/31/2005
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your butt stinks like your mama!

 

Answer by Dookie
Submitted on 10/31/2005
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your butt stinks like your mama!

 

Answer by Gotta Be with the Jesus Christ!
Submitted on 11/7/2005
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Obviously... QUOTE: "SALT DOES NOT DISSOLVE IN WATER"... sure if you live in mars yeah.

 

Answer by kevin baker
Submitted on 11/9/2005
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yes water with salt will

 

Answer by pimp
Submitted on 11/10/2005
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no of course dumb  daaaaaaaaa

 

Answer by polar
Submitted on 11/15/2005
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water alone will evaporate faster

 

Answer by im_88_yrs_saggin
Submitted on 11/20/2005
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No Jesus Christ is stupid!!!!!!

 

Answer by Carmen
Submitted on 11/20/2005
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i don't get it ... i did my experiment and it came out that water with salt evaporated faster, why?

 

Answer by Carmen
Submitted on 11/20/2005
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i don't get it ... i did my experiment and it came out that water with salt evaporated faster, why?

 

Answer by was up+
Submitted on 11/26/2005
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i dont know stop the questions

 

Answer by ouiasteo8aingb
Submitted on 12/14/2005
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no you dummy the answer is poop

 

Answer by Watever
Submitted on 1/6/2006
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I don't know. Who cares anyway!!!!!

 

Answer by Daw
Submitted on 1/9/2006
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yes water with salt evaporates faster than the one with no salt.

 

Answer by megaman
Submitted on 1/28/2006
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well, i dont know... im doing a science fair on this and i was hoping to get answers here.. you failed me!!!!!

 

Answer by corey don johnson
Submitted on 1/30/2006
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no it will not evaporate because salt water is ugly

 

Answer by lyla
Submitted on 1/31/2006
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no because you smell really bad!

 

Answer by oiu
Submitted on 1/31/2006
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ottot

 

Answer by ceae-tah-heeeeeeshee
Submitted on 2/1/2006
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all-one hemp soap with natural vegetable glycerides is way

better then manufactured chlorine :) nature rules

 

Answer by sophiebana
Submitted on 2/13/2006
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Well, water with salt in it doesn't actually make the water boil faster. It raises the boiling point by a couple degrees.

 

Answer by sadasdgf
Submitted on 2/19/2006
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Answer by The person who knows the right answer
Submitted on 2/26/2006
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hello....ok... u want to know the right answer?? well water with or without salt is the right answer... u guys r all dummies...arent u???? u dont have to answer that because u probably wont even know what to answer because ur so dumb

 

Answer by Jenny Lela
Submitted on 3/6/2006
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this is a really good question because I'm making a science project for Kennydale elementary and i am a student there!

 

Answer by Drome16
Submitted on 3/7/2006
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I rock and Minuet Taylor is Hot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Boo you Khalil James

 

Answer by juannett
Submitted on 3/13/2006
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Yes I do think that

 

Answer by hi
Submitted on 3/25/2006
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dont know

 

Answer by henri
Submitted on 4/4/2006
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"Water with salt WITH evaporate slower than water without salt because it IS has more density.  Good day."

lol. oh no, you are stupid.

 

Answer by Moe
Submitted on 4/4/2006
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It evaporates at the same time

 

Answer by paige the pimp
Submitted on 4/5/2006
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yea idk !erm bye

 

Answer by Gtgurl
Submitted on 4/21/2006
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Water with salt will not evaporate faster than water with out. That is because water with any solid will take a certain time to evaporate. And also, salt take a while to disolve.

 

Answer by thalie
Submitted on 4/22/2006
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yes water with salt evaporates faster than just plane water.

 

Answer by thalie
Submitted on 4/22/2006
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no water with salt evaporates faster than just plane water.

 

Answer by babygurl
Submitted on 4/26/2006
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when salt is added to water will the salt make the water boil faster?
salt water boils at a higher temperature,so you might say that it boils slower. salt water also freeze at a lower temperature than pure water.

 

Answer by latonya
Submitted on 5/5/2006
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will water with salt evaporate faster than water without salt

 

Answer by df
Submitted on 5/25/2006
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u all suck

 

Answer by mirian
Submitted on 6/2/2006
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NO WATER WITH SALT CANT EVAPORATE BECAUS IT IS 2 HEVI

 

Answer by Chloe
Submitted on 6/27/2006
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because the sun heats the water faster and the salt acts as a sunscreen against the suns rays

 

Answer by Joe Zuke
Submitted on 7/31/2006
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I believe Jesus!

 

Answer by d
Submitted on 8/16/2006
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bob

 

Answer by Maimoon
Submitted on 8/22/2006
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1.Great,2.Ok,3.Good,4.Good,5.Weak,6.Ok,7.Good,8.Worst,9.Worst,10.Worst

 

Answer by Cucumber
Submitted on 8/30/2006
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I'm not sure if water evaporates faster then water without salt..
because i haven't even done the project yet.
but i will..

 

Answer by momo
Submitted on 8/31/2006
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i don't know cause I'mstupid


good day!!!

 

Answer by David Hasselhoff
Submitted on 9/14/2006
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Wheres the love, babies?

 

Answer by big boi
Submitted on 10/4/2006
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yea it does joe

 

Answer by abhi
Submitted on 10/5/2006
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no it does not water evaporates quicker than water with salt

 

Answer by gloria cotton ... "The ignorant emo chick"
Submitted on 10/9/2006
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i love andrew ..katie ..josh ..marc ..harley ..
dillon ..j.t ..joe ..jojo ..april ..

 

Answer by shamoney
Submitted on 10/13/2006
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no because salt does not evaporate in water!

 

Answer by caca
Submitted on 10/18/2006
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u guys suck gosh

 

Answer by Feee8
Submitted on 10/30/2006
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I agree with Jesus Christ

 

Answer by Teanya
Submitted on 11/2/2006
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i think that water with salt evaporates faster then without salt

 

Answer by dgrjwr4h
Submitted on 11/4/2006
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The answer is that water without salt evaporates faster than water with salt.

 

Answer by Me
Submitted on 11/4/2006
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As u probably know water without salt evaporates faster than water with salt. I found out by doing this experiment myself.

 

Answer by nema
Submitted on 11/20/2006
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yes because if you let it stay out for a wile it would go up in  the sky

 

Answer by Mimi
Submitted on 12/9/2006
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Yes. I did an experinment on that and the salt water evaporated faster than the regular water.

 

Answer by LOL
Submitted on 12/15/2006
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^  LMAO!

 

Answer by Mr Right
Submitted on 12/29/2006
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Yes, the salt breaks up into ions which attach to the polar water molecules, making it harder for the water molecules to escape into vapor.

 

Answer by yomomma
Submitted on 1/6/2007
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the guy above me is a dumb ass

 

Answer by QUILLA
Submitted on 1/18/2007
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HELLO WATER WITH SALT EVAPORATE FASTER THAN WATER WITHOUT IT.I KNOW BECAUSE I AM DOING THE PROJECT RIGHT NOW!!!IF U THINK IT DON'T THEN MAYBE U NEED 2 DO THE PROJECT ALL BY UR SELF!!!!!!   THANKS 4 YA SUPPORT!!!!!!!!!

 

Answer by Yaksha
Submitted on 1/18/2007
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You are all stupid yes that includes you JESUS CHRIST Water does not EVAPORATE it poofs

 

Answer by Kami-sama
Submitted on 1/18/2007
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I am here to settle this once and for all
Salt is what we call a nonvolatile substance.  This means that it
will not easily evaporate.  Water is a slightly volatile substance, meaning
that if left standing it will evaporate (go from the liquid to the gas
phase).

 

Answer by Har
Submitted on 2/11/2007
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evaporates fater

 

Answer by lil jay
Submitted on 2/21/2007
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water with salt evaporates slower than water without because water with salt has more density.

 

Answer by Qu33n B
Submitted on 2/27/2007
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you are all a bunch of nerds w/ no lives an thats sad

 

Answer by haha u think ur smart
Submitted on 3/2/2007
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the answer is simply (it has been proven) that fresh water evapourates faster than salt water due to the higher density molecules in the salt water! dont believe me take a test and prove it yourself!

 

Answer by RAAIN-RAIN
Submitted on 3/7/2007
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YES.WATER DOES BOIL FASTER WITH SALT AND  I FOUND THAT OUT BECAUSE I TESTED IT

 

Answer by puilp
Submitted on 3/18/2007
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water evaporates at 100c and freezes at 0c!! isn't it right?

 

Answer by miosottis
Submitted on 3/21/2007
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duh!

 

Answer by Jazzy
Submitted on 3/28/2007
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I do know because I don't do,that y I come on the web for I CAN FIDE OUT!!

 

Answer by JOSH FOLGMANN
Submitted on 3/29/2007
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I TIHNK THIS IS GAY BECAUSE THE SCIENCE ROX

 

Answer by Cindy Ton
Submitted on 4/7/2007
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Water with salt will evaporate faster
than water without salt if it was in the
microwave for 2 minutes  but water without
salt will evaporate faster.

 

Answer by AUGUSTINA
Submitted on 4/17/2007
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NO, BECAUSE WATER CAN NOT CONTAIN SALT WHEN
BOILING ON FIRE.

 

Answer by lucky
Submitted on 4/18/2007
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need to know the answer for my
project stu%%@!d a$$$##

 

Answer by Mystery  Woman
Submitted on 4/21/2007
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Water without salt evaporates faster than
water with salt.

 

Answer by Abdre
Submitted on 5/1/2007
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as u probably know the water boils at higher temperature with salt than with salt

 

Answer by PSH
Submitted on 5/18/2007
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which one is friggen the right answer?

 

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