Depends on your definition of "too long". First, your skin will dry out. Second, the salt will start to work its way into your tissue. Third, it will burn. Fourth, the salt will dry your skin tissue to the point of rot. Eventually, you will experience what only cadavers and catatonics experience. Skin-slip. You will go to finally get out after several days and the tissue on your arms, legs, belly and back will randomly slip out of position.
Cells rely on a sodium-fluid balance as well as a sodium-potassium balance. Sodium and potassium have an "inverse" relationship, meaning, when one increases the other decreases. So when a person drinks saltwater which is sodium plus fluid, it causes a shift in the sodium-potassium levels. Rather than quenching thirst, it makes a person thirstier. It causes dehydration, with resulting confusion and delirium. The sodium level becomes dangerously high, affecting all cells including those in the brain. Because high sodium levels make potassium drop, and because the heart's electro-conductivity relies on a specific level of potassium, the heart is thrown into an irregular pattern of beating. This irregular pattern, called an arrhythmia, can be so severe that it causes the heart to stop beating.
you get hallucinations from the overload of salt in your body, and then, if you consume enough, you will eventually die from it.
You become dehydrated because the concentration of salt is higher in the salt water than in your cells, so water flows out of your cells to balance the concentrations.
The water supply on Earth remains constant. Water continuously changes and relocates through the water cycle.
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Salt is not evaporated with water and remain as a residue.
They stay right in the salt shaker where they are suppose to be.
Because salt water has higher density
Yes, salt remain as a solid residue.
Evaporating the water will not remove any of the salt. Only the water molecules will evaporate. The salt will stay in the container.
Water is water. It will evaporate no matter what is it. The real question is whether or not the chemicals or salt will evaporate with the water or not. The answer to that is no. The salt/chemicals will stay in the container.
No, it will be at the bottom - difference in density.
When salt is mixed with water sodium chloride is dissociated in ions.