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2016-06-16T08:54:16+08:00
A SOLUTION IS DEFINED AS A CLEAR AND HOMOGENEOUS MIXTURE OF A SOLUTE IN A SOLVENT.

COMMON SOLUTIONS ARE: SALT AND WATER, ALCOHOL AND WATER, OR SUGAR AND WATER. THESE MIXTURES ARE ALL CLEAR AND HOMOGENEOUS.

THE SOLUTE IS THE SUBSTANCE THAT DISSOLVES; THE SOLVENT IS THE SUBSTANCE THAT DOES THE DISSOLVING.

IN A MIXTURE OF SALT AND WATER, THE SALT IS THE SOLUTE AND THE WATER IS THE SOLVENT.

IN A MIXTURE OF ALCOHOL AND WATER, THE ALCOHOL IS THE SOLUTE AND THE WATER IS THE SOLVENT.



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