How Much Salt Will Dissolve in 100 ML of Water at Boiling?

Answer

100 grams of pure water at 25°C can dissolve no more than 35.92 grams of NaCl to form a stable saturated solution, but this same amount of water at 25°C dissolves only 0.0013 grams of calcium carbonate. The solubility in these examples is expressed in grams of solute per 100 grams of water, but any suitable units could be used.
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one substance must dissolve in another. greater than 100°C. either released or absorbed. The salt dissolved most quickly in the warm water. Source(s) ChemTeam.
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