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1. What did you feel after doing the activity? 2. What are the materials did you use? 3. Where you -

1. What did you feel after doing the activity? 2. What are the materials did you use? 3. Where you -

1. What did you feel after doing the activity? 2. What are the materials did you use? 3. Where you able to separate the salt from water? How? 4. What happens to the mixture of water and salt when heated? 5. What is evaporation?​

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There’re many types of salts with different actions on heat. Depending on the lattice energy and polarising power of the cation in the salts, the melting point as well as boiling point of salts are vary. Some salts decompose readily upon heating such as bicarbonates salts. While some salts are stable when heated such as sodium chloride. However, if the cation in a salt has a high polarising power towards especially carbonates, hydroxide and nitrates ions, the salt will decompose to form a more stable salt, typically oxides.

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