Removing Algae in Your Salt Water Pool

Unfortunately, you cannot use regular cleaning processes to remove algae from your salt water pool. You need to readjust the water's chemical balance. It is true that salt water pools do not use chlorine the same way as regular, chlorinated pools. However, you can still use the same strategy in adjusting the chlorine levels. Here are the steps:

What subtances, other than salt, lower water's freezing point?

Just about anything that dissolved in water. Baking soda, lye, calcium chloride, ammonium sulfate, magnesium chloride, potassium chloride, etc

Do you like salt on your apples and on your grapefruit?

I like salt on my watermellon... I like honey on my grapefruit and I like to eat mine with a spoon too

How much salt should i add to my freshwater aquarium after water change?

It's a freshwater aquarium... WHY are you adding salt is my question? You do not know how much to add, and you do not know why you are adding it.... Because someone told you to? BTW, the pleco is the one that will die first, they are very intolerant of salt in the water. Ian

I saw the movie Salt with Angelina Jolie can someone explain the plot in detail please?

well she is a "sleeper" russian spy who is bound to "wake up" and start plotting against the US does this help?

why does adding salt to ice water make beer get colder faster?

DavidB is right. I would like to add a comment. When water is heated to boiling point it boils and evaporates. That phase change removes all the heat you add until the water is gone. The water never exceeds the boiling point temperature. Similarly, if you add heat to a mix of ice and water, the ice melts. That phase change removes heat so the mix will not rise above the ice-water transition temperature until the ice is gone. Once the ice is gone, the water then warms. Think Arctic Sea. To make ice, you must remove that same amount of heat. Energy is involved in the attraction of NaCl for water. The salt will pull water out of the ice phase if enough ambient energy is available, and tie up that energy in the ion-water bonding. So the temperature of the mix is lowered until there is not enough ambient energy to dissolve more salt and melt more ice. Some salts like CaCl2 have a much greater effect on temperature.

So if a person is eating way too much salt, then the body fluids are imbalanced?

You should not eat salt that has anti-caking agents in it. It screws with your system. It keeps the salt from dissolving properly outside AND inside your body and makes it difficult for you to eliminate it. Try sea salt or any one that does not contain it. Also it's true that you need more potassium and water, so get more(raisins have a ton of potassium in them, and fruits, berries, and coconut water hydrate you much better then water) There is also a sugar / salt balance in addition to the sodium potassium pump. Look it up. It can make you crave more sweets

Salt or sweet and whats your sign ?

salt gemini

With this feed.. should I buy a salt, or mineral block?

always put out both. they seemed to like the mineral better

do goldfish like or dislike aquarium salt?

A good pet store should be able to tell you. I was looking at fish this weekend and one the tags it told you the temperature of water the fish need, how big they could get, what they ate, what was needed in the water, like aquarium salt, and if they were nice or mean

How is Jadavpur University, Salt Lake Campus? Does it contain a library, gym, AC computer labs, etc? I am also preferring IT.

Jadavpur University, Saltlake campus houses 5 branches of engineering. It is a moderate sized campus (I would not call it small considering that it is located in a metropolitan city not a suburb). The Jadavpur campus is often called the main campus, but that does not mean Saltlake campus is any less important. It became difficult to house so many departments in Jadavpur campus so JU moved some departments to a newer campus in saltlake. Space crunch is the only reason for the existence of saltlake campus.It has a nice library though not as big as the one in Jadavpur campus. There are many good AC computer labs in the engineering departments along with the ones in SMCC (School of Mobile Computing and Communication). There is a gym as well in the hostel.Not everyone would get a hostel room alloted as the number of rooms are limited (JU is not fully residential). The allotment depends on the distance of your home from the college and your family's annual income. Saltlake campus has single rooms unlike Jadavpur campus where students share rooms. There are many PGs near the campus so housing wo not be an issue even if you do not get a hostel room. If you are not used to staple bengali food then you might not like the food served in hostel mess. But there are many food stalls near the hostel so food should not be a big problem. There is a big cricket ground in the campus near the hostel which is the official Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) ground so you get to see many players practicing and tournaments being played. The ground is accessible to students. Since it is a relatively small campus with only 5 departments you tend to know and interact with a lot of students/staff/faculty. Saltlake campus has neighbors like NUJS, law college and NIFT, fashion technology college. It is a peaceful campus away from the hustle and bustle of the city, still close to all the malls and other places of fun.As far as the IT department is concerned, you can have a look at Abhishek Gupta's answer to What are the pros and cons of joining Jadavpur University's Information Technology (IT) department? How good are the placements?In short, JU IT is a damn good choice if you want good computer science job opportunities. It is very affordable as well (1. 2 lakhs for 4 years). The department faculty is not very good and there is a huge shortage of faculty. Peer group is good (students with good WBJEE ranks) and the coding culture in the department is getting stronger by the day. Self study is the way to go.Do not worry about the campus, saltlake wo not disappoint you. Rather think about the branch/subject you would like to study. Also, think about the other options (branches in JU or NITs/IIITs etc.) you have in your hand. Then make a decision.Good luck!How is Jadavpur University, Salt Lake Campus? Does it contain a library, gym, AC computer labs, etc? I am also preferring IT.

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