Soap and water.
No, sand and water mixed together don't make a solution
When mixed, it is a solution. If left to sit, the salt can partially distill out of the solution. If the water is left to evaporate, there will be crystals.
Water breaks down to form hydrogen and oxygen when electricity is passed through it. Water is a bad conductor of electricity, so it is mixed with sulphuric acid or caustic soda to make it a good conductor of electricity.
Yellow and blue make green when mixed together.
Put detergent inside the container to make them mixed.
Snow and strong winds are mixed together to make a blizzard.
Blue and red mixed together make violet, or purple.
When flour and water is mixed, it makes a paste. Flour is the ingredient used the most often to make sauces thicker. No chemical reaction occurs when the two are mixed together.
Heat the mixture, which will make the water evaporate, leaving behind the salt.
Water at a height, pipework and a hydroelectric generator make electricity.
Red and Yellow mixed together makes orange.
The sugar is a solute and the water is the solvent. Together they make a sugar solution.
Yellow and orange mixed together make the color red.
When they are mixed together, red and yellow create orange.
A solution is when more than one ingredient is mixed together: sugar and water, for instance, to make a sugary solution. A pure substance is the sugar crystals that is not mixed with water.
when mixed blue and pinks power come together to make purple.
oxygen can be mixed with hydrogen and then your compound will be water.
fruits make electricity because of ions, and they get ions because they have juice which they have water and water allows electricity to pass through them.
There are lots of exothermic combinations. Sodium hydroxide and water is exothermic to extreme.
All colors of light mixed together make white.
Mixing the primary colours will result in black if the colours are equally mixed, and brown if they are unequally mixed.
Heat, Light and Water can make electricity
copper and tin
When you add an acid to water you make ions, and ions conduct electricity. For instance, if you add hydrochloric acid, HCl to water, you make H+ and Cl- ions in water. Water with ions in it, also called an electrolyte, will conduct electricity. The ions are able to carry charge and they are free to move in the solution.If you add a base to water, the same effect works just as well. All you need to conduct electricity in water is free ions in solution. Adding table salt to water will also work.