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WHAT DO IONS HAVE TO DO WITH THE DENSITY OF SALT WATER?
Answer 1:

The more dense the saltwater, the easier it is for objects to float. The reason is that buoyancy (floatation) depends on the difference in density between the water and the floating object.

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