Subject: How do high concentrations of dissolved minerals cause visible eddy current
Date: Wed Sep 8 14:15:24 2010
Posted by Frank
Grade level: grad (science)
School: No school entered.
City: Orlando State/Province: FL
Area of science: Chemistry
The Dead Sea has a very high salt content, ~34%. What causes the visible eddy
currents in the surface when it is disturbed? It is similar to the distortion
seen in high concentrations of acids, like battery acid or hydrochloric acid.
And why doesn't the excess salt percipitate out?
Re: How do high concentrations of dissolved minerals cause visible eddy current
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