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It depends on the chemical composition of the salt. If it is acidic or basic it will change the pH. The common salt (NaCl) is neutral in nature so it doesn't change the pH.
Check the stabilzer A pool can show low levels of chlorine if the cyanuric level is below 50 ppm parts per million. Cyanuric acid or conditioner is important to allow… clorione to stablise from ultraviolet light that breaks down chlorine. Chech to make sure you have the proper level of stabilasert (cyanuric).
the colligative property of a substances depend upon the number of moles of a substance . . . . .beecause of the salt the salt solution has low freezing point
You can use a purification system. you can put the saltwater in a 2 literbottle and put a tube on top where the cap goes and you attach another literbottle but on a higher… place. you heat up your 2 litterbottle that has saltwater it should evaporize and then it condenses back into liquid and falls into your other bottle. The salt should stay in the first litterbottle. Hard to explain i wish i was able to draw a picture When salt water is boiled, all the salt will crystallize at the bottom of the container and water will evaporate from the container. Collect the condensation, and you have salt-free water. +++ Or in two words: "distil it"!
Since the salt becomes part of the water, and doesn't take up space in the water, the water level doesn't change.
What condition is caused by a low level of blood protein and results in accumulation of water in tissues?
Salt water can be converted to fresh water by freezing and removing the ice crystals, distillation or by reverse osmosis.
Because the salt falls apart in chloride and natrium ions, that settle in the free spaces between the water molecules.
Salt dissolving in water is not a chemical change because the salt is merely broken into its component ions (Na+ and Cl-) but no new substance is formed.
It is high compared to pure water.
when rainwater and runoff, as well as underground streams of water dissolve minerals in the rock or soil which includes salt, and reach the water body with a higher concentrat…ion of salt than the water body. salt increase can also be caused by evaporation of the water, which reduces the water level while maintaining the same salt content, hence more salt in less water. salt being lost can occur through desalination or harvesting of salt, as well as rain and runoff which travels overland, hence gaining much less salt, and diluting the overall salt content of the water body.
Yes, if your talking about an outside pool with a chlorine generator. You balance the pool like any other pool. This includes cyanaric acid to "stabilize" or "condition" the c…hlorine.
You eat the tomato seed :P
The human body's optimal water level is approximately 72%. This varies slightly from individual to individual but fluctuations based on water intake and loss.
Water softener changes the chemical values and proportions in water. Therefore, some people will differentiate a change in taste of water to be more salty. However, malfunctio…ning can produce higher level of salty water by the softener.