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# How can salt change Density?

Updated: 4/28/2022

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Fresh water at a temperature of 10 degrees Celsius has a density of 999.70 kilograms per cubic meter or 0.9997 grams per cubic centimeter. Sea water with a salinity of 3.5 percent at a temperature of 10 degrees Celsius has a density of 1026.98 kilograms per cubic meter or 1.02698 grams per cubic centimeter.

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No, it deos not.

### How does the density of water change as a function of dissolved salt?

no, because the density is denser than salinity.

### How does dissolving salt in water change the density of the water?

The density increases as the mass of the solution increases but its volume remains the same.

### Does water have the same density as salt?

No salt has a greater density.

### The density of salt?

The density of pure salt is 2,165 g/cm3.

### Can salt affect the density of an egg?

In aspect of egg floated in salt water is no, egg didn't change it's density just salted water is more dense. In the aspect of salted egg (marinaded in salted water for a week) is yes. Diffused salt content would increase the density of the egg.

### What is the density for 1ml of salt?

The density of a pure salt crystal is 2,165 g/cm3. This is a true density. The density of fine powdered salt (apparent density) is variable: approx. 1 g/cm3.

### What is the density of an egg and salt?

Salt water has a higher density than the egg.

### How does salt affect density?

Salt will increase the density of water at the same temperatures.

### What is the density of the kosher salt in water?

This density depends on: - temperature - concentration of the salt

### What is the density of rock salt?

I do not know but you can divide mass by volume and get the density. --------------------------------------------- The density of a pure salt crystal is 2,165 g/cm3. This is a true density. The density of fine powdered salt (apparent density) is variable: approx. 1 g/cm3.