anonymous
  • anonymous
Need help... Which experiment best shows water’s ability to act as a solvent? A. Raise the temperature of water and record its boiling point. B. Freeze a flexible vessel of water and watch it expand. C. Pour an ionic solid into water and see if it vanishes. D. Place a leaf on top of the surface of water and see if it sinks.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i would go with C, since is the only one that involves dissolving something oon water :D
anonymous
  • anonymous
would pouring salt into water be an example of c
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes, that would be a good example, since the salt we use at home is an ionic crystal \(NaCl\)

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