Warm, but not hot water (between room temperature and 100 degrees fahrenheit) can be used to dissolve yeast; chefs should be careful to avoid adding too-hot or too-cold water, or the yeast could either remain dormant or ... More »

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To soak your feet in warm water, fill a tub with warm water, add 1 to 2 tablespoons Epsom salt to the water, and place the tub on the floor. Soak your feet for at least five minutes. More »

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Dark clothes should not be washed in warm water to avoid causing the colors to fade. It is best to use cold water, since warm water promotes fiber breakdown. More »

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To make elephant toothpaste, combine 4 ounces of hydrogen peroxide with 2 ounces of liquid dish soap in a 20-ounce soda bottle, and add a mixture of warm water and one packet of yeast. Food coloring may be added to the s... More »

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Salt, as well as any other soluble substance, dissolves quicker in hot water because heat makes the water molecules move faster, creating more space between them. This extra space means the salt molecules more readily ma... More »

The Department of Physics at the University of Illinois states that sugar dissolves faster in hot water than in cold water because hot water gives sugar crystals energy. The hotter the water, the higher the energy, and t... More »

Solids dissolve faster in hot water than in cold water because the added heat increases the kinetic energy of the molecules, allowing them to react more quickly with the solid and speeding the chemical reaction. However,... More »