anonymous
  • anonymous
Plz help ( free medal ) does adding a table of salt in a water increases the water's boiling point ? what would be the boiling point of the water if you add 1tbs of salt what about 2 tbs of salt or 3 tbs
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anonymous
  • anonymous
hope this helps yes adding salt to water increases the boiling point I did a lab on this we used one quart of water and 1 tbs salt the boiling point was 213C we did the same quart of water 2 tbs of salt and the boiling point was 217c
anonymous
  • anonymous
what about 3 tbs ? thank you that does help, but can i ask one more question ? After conducting the experiment, how would you now explain the problem(s) or answer the question(s) raised when you described the purpose of the lab? Be sure to base your answer on the data you collected. If you are given a salt solution, how can you determine its concentration? Explain.
anonymous
  • anonymous
sorry we didn't do three.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
that's ok :) can you help in the other question ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
sure
anonymous
  • anonymous
After conducting the experiment, how would you now explain the problem(s) or answer the question(s) raised when you described the purpose of the lab? Be sure to base your answer on the data you collected. If you are given a salt solution, how can you determine its concentration? Explain.
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