Re: salt problem.

Don't worry, all you have is a saturated salt solution, the deposit is
excess salt, a good thing really, as it means that the solution will be
saturated at all temperatures and thus the conductivity will be as high as
possible. Compared with other similar ionic compounds the solubility of salt
(NaCl) is not all that high. I haven't got the actual figures to hand, my
Kay and Laby data tables are at work.
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Subject: salt problem.

> Original Poster: "Michael Ackerson" <mackerson-at-powerlink-dot-net>
> How do you keep salt dissolved in water, when ever I set it (capacitor)
> the salt keeps settling to the bottem after about an hour?
>      -mike
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