# Nolan Essay

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I hypothesis that it will take about 24 hours to freeze and desalt the water.
I hypothesis that it will take about 24 hours to freeze and desalt the water.
Hypothesis Problem Results In the time I spent on this experiment, the water didn’t desalt. The huge amount of salt missing at the end has caused me to believe that on day nine or ten the water would have purified.
In the time I spent on this experiment, the water didn’t desalt. The huge amount of salt missing at the end has caused me to believe that on day nine or ten the water would have purified.
How long does it take to desalt salt water by freezing it?
How long does it take to desalt salt water by freezing it?

My hypothesis was incorrect. The salt water didn’t desalt in 24 hours. If I did the experiment longer I believe it would have desalted within a few days after I ended the experiment.
My hypothesis was incorrect. The salt water didn’t desalt in 24 hours. If I did the experiment longer I believe it would have desalted within a few days after I ended the experiment.
After you mix the sea salt and the water, freeze it. Check the saltwater every 24 hours to see if the water has been desalted.
After you mix the sea salt and the water, freeze it. Check the saltwater every 24 hours to see if the water has been desalted.
For this experiment you will need a freezer, measuring cups, six 280 ml. plastic containers, sea salt, a ¾ gallon cooking pot, the plastic container lids, and room temperature freshwater.
For this experiment you will need a freezer, measuring cups, six 280 ml. plastic containers, sea salt, a ¾ gallon cooking pot, the plastic container lids, and room temperature freshwater.
Materials Procedure…...

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