Where does the salt go when the ice freezes and turns it into fresh water?



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    When you’re talking about sea ice, such as the ones found in Antartica, the ice initially is a little salty. The salty contents are called brine. However, over time, ice becomes multilayered and the brine drains out. The salt then become sea water, like all other salt ions. Remember, sea ice is still surrounded by water.

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