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CBSE - IX - Chemistry - Matter in Our Surroundings

Explain why there is no increase in the level of water  when salt is dissolved in it.

Asked by Virender 27th April 2016, 6:03 PM
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The molecules in a liquid state are loosely packed and have spaces between them.

So the salt molecules dissolve in the water and fit in these empty spaces.

Hence there is no increase in the volume of water.

Answered by Expert 28th April 2016, 10:27 AM

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