I'm asking this because I just joined and am not permitted to comment on the question "Does the sea level increase if an iceberg melts?"
According google search, one liter of sea water contains 35 grams of sea salt with a density of 1027 grams/liter. So, if 35 grams of sea salt are removed from 1 liter of sea water, the water now weighs 992 grams and assuming for this argument, it is fresh water with a volume of about 0.992 liter. If an additional 1 liter of fresh water is added to this plus the 35 grams of sea salt, the resulting solution weighs 2027 grams. According to density calculator http://www.csgnetwork.com/h2odenscalc.html, this solution (more than 17000 mg/L salinity) has a volume of about 1.999... liters. One liter a sea water and one liter of fresh water is less than two liters when combined. Is this wrong?
I used 4 degrees Celsius for this calculation.