The salt was added to a cup of water of boiled water 6 the highest temperature reading was recorded 7 steps 3-6 were repeated with two tablespoons of salt 8 the experiment was repeated three times to ensure reliability risk assessment: the risks involved in this experiment include: the handling boiling water: there is a constant risk of scalds and burns due to handling boiling water as well as the boiling water spitting out of the pot. If you add 20 grams of salt to five litres of water, instead of boiling at 100° c, it’ll boil at 10004° c so a big spoon of salt in a pot of water will increase the boiling point by four.
If you add salt to water, you increase its boiling point the temperature needs to be increased about a one-half degree celsius for every 58 grams of dissolved salt per kilogram of water this is an example of boiling point elevation the property isn't exclusive to water. After conducting the experiment, the results obtained showed that salt does affect the boiling point of water the general trend indicated through the results of the experiment was, the more salt that was added, the more the boiling point increased. This resource explores why salt is always added to the water when cooking looking at the effect of salt on boiling point in the context of cookery looking at the effect of salt on boiling point in the context of cookery the royal society of chemistry would like to thank the discovery channel for. The effect of salt on the boiling temperature of water: another experiment that demonstrates how salt affects water’s boiling temperature properties of salt and water: discusses the properties of salt and water and why they change boiling point elevation: outlines the chemical sequence of boiling point elevation. The water molecules need more energy to produce enough pressure to escape the boundary of the liquid the more salt (or any solute) added to water, the more you raise the boiling point the phenomenon depends on the number of particles formed in the solution.
Project title - the effect of salt on the boiling temperature of water purpose of the project - to find out how table salt affects the boiling temperature of water hypothesis - adding table salt to boiling water will cause the water to boil at a higher temperature.
Adding salt to water increases the boiling point of water due to a fundamental colligative property of matter known as boiling point elevation whenever a solute, such as salt, is added to a solvent, such as water, the boiling point becomes higher than that of the pure solvent. Chloride (salt) in the water affects its boiling point apparatus goggles bench mat boiling tube cut bung and thermometer distilled water micro burner retort stand and clamp spatula stirring rod sodium chloride methods 1 add about 5cm3 of water to the boiling tube, and carefully put the cut bung and thermometer into the neck of the boiling tube.
The salt actually increases the boiling point of the water, which is when the tendency for the water to evaporate is greater than the tendency for it to remain a liquid on a molecular level when the salt is added, a phenomenon known as “ boiling point elevation ” is put into effect, which involves those old chemistry mainstays—the solute, solvent, and solution. Initial observation - cooking instructions tell you to add salt to water before boiling it project title - the effect of salt on the boiling temperature of water purpose of the project - to find out how table salt affects the boiling temperature of water.