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Does water boil faster with or without salt?

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Courtney Parker

on 13 September 2013

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Scientific Method Project

Does water boil faster with or without salt?
If there is salt added to the water, then the water will boil faster.
- A Pot
- A Stove
- 3 cups of water (per test)
- 3 tbsp. of salt (per test)
- Stopwatch

1.) Put 3 cups of water in 2 pots

2.) In one of the 2 pots put 3 tbsp. of table salt

3.) Place both pots on top of the stove

4.) Set both pots on high and wait until boiled

5.) Remove when boiled and record times

For our experiment we decided to conduct 3 tests. For each test 2 pots would be filled with 3 cups of water. Only one would receive 3 tbsp. of salt though. They would be placed on the stove and set on high (8).
Argonne National Laboratory's Educational Programs, Andrew Skipor, Ph.D., Head of Educational Programs.
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Updated June 2012
Work cited
At the conclusion of our experiment our hypothesis was proven incorrect. After researching a couple of sites we are able to conclude that by adding salt to the water we were not making the boiling time faster but instead raising the boiling point about 2-5 degrees Celsius.
By : Courtney Parker
Mercedes Kelly
Carley Marberry
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