|Acid dissolve rate||2%|
|Low temperature||below -21.1°C|
|High temperature||transition occurs above 109.85°C|
|Conducts electricity ( SPRK)|
|Mangled by neutrons|
Product of Water + Salt. Saltwater freezes below -20.00 degrees C, and vaporizes at +109.86 degrees, at zero pressure. When it is heated enough, the SLTW evaporates and may leave behind SALT or WTRV.
SLTW at temp of T degrees C, experiencing P pressure, will turn into WTRV, as follows: T ⩾ 109.86 + 2P . SLTW experiencing any pressure P will turn into ICE (ctype SLTW) or SNOW when T is ⩽ -20.01 degrees C, into ICE (ctype SLTW) if P < 0.8, or SNOW if P ⩾ 0.8 .
Saltwater also destroys PLNT and makes QRTZ grow slowly by replacing the SLTW.