where does the salt go out of the water in the water cycle?



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    Salt is left behind when seawater evaporates, and in fact manmade evaporation ponds are the source of most of the world’s table salt. As water heats (or freezes) and the bonds within the water molecule break down, the salt is “set free”. And of course the salt enters the ocean to begin with through soil and rock erosion.

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