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Why does ice melt when the rock salt was added? (This answer should take several sentences, describe what happens as fully as you can.)
Why is it recommended that you use rock salt instead of table salt to make ice cream?

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Why does ice melt when the rock salt was added? (This answer should take several sentences, describe what happens as fully as you can.)

Rock salt melts ice by lowering the freezing temperature of water. Water molecules move very fast when water is warm, and much slower when water is cold. To form ice, the water molecules must move slow enough for the H20 molecules to form bonds with each other....

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