Reddit Reddit reviews Morton Salt Regular Salt - 26 oz

We found 6 Reddit comments about Morton Salt Regular Salt - 26 oz. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Morton Salt Regular Salt - 26 oz
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6 Reddit comments about Morton Salt Regular Salt - 26 oz:

u/iWin-You-Get-Nothing · 7 pointsr/CFB

> I don’t know how you managed to get anything going. Wait, it was ONLY your defense after Florida had two positive plays in a row. Wow. What are the chances.


u/Pyowin · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips

This is somewhat of a misconception. Freezing temperature depression is dependent on the salt concentration (each mole of NaCl/liter of water is about 3.4°C). For a fairly small sized cooler, like this one, you would need about 240-250 grams of salt (NaCl) to lower the freezing point by 1° C. That's about half a lb. For reference, the standard container of salt that you get from the supermarket is about 1 lb. In order to significantly lower the freezing temperature of that much water, you need a ridiculously large amount of salt.

The salt is totally superfluous. The ice water bath is simply there for surface area contact and for a homogenization of the cold reservoir around the bottle/can.

u/sadoriolesfan · 2 pointsr/baseball
u/hookem1993 · 1 pointr/Texans

In case you run out anytime soon:

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