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Answered 2009-11-08 18:52:00

Dissolving takes place when you are trying to make a solution out a mechanical mixture by adding a solute (something that gets dissolved) and a solvent (something that does the dissolving) together and when there is enough solvent to dissolve the all of the solute. When all of the solute is dissolved it becomes a solution which usually appears to be clear.

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