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Salt does sink to the bottom in the oceans. Why? Your question referring to salt. Salt is a solid chemical compound. Take a lump of rock salt of sodium chloride, throw it into the water: it will … sometime and no longer exist. But then it's no salt anymore. Then there are only fast and somehow moving loose cations and anions in the water. …
answered Aug 12 by gotwo