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Properties of solutions
When solutes are introduced in a solvent, the resulting solution differs from the initial solvent in several ways. The presence of one or more solutes alters the ability of the solvent molecules to interact and reduces their freedom of movement. This affects the solvent’s ability to move from solid to liquid or from liquid to gas. These changes are collectively referred to ascolligative properties and are dependent on the total number of particles present in the solution. 
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Solute and solvent are the properties of solution.