as the temperature increases in a liquid the rate of the dissolving of solid compounds increases
If the temperature of the area the dissolving solid is in is warm, the air can make the dissolving solid warm too, and eventually completely dissolve the object.
1. Stirring 2. Temperature 3. Particle Size Hope this helps!
No. When dissolving a solid into a liquid, solubility is higher when the temperature is higher. When dissolving a gas into a liquid, solubility is higher when the temperature is lower.
As the temprature increases, the dissolving rate increases
Heating or stirring will normally increase the rate at which a soluble solid dissolves in liquid. Heating will also normally increase the amount of solute that can be retained in solution.
The solid is dissociated in ions.
you get a solution
the higher the temperature, the higher the volume of a solid - michelle strafer
As a general rule, increasing the temperature will increase the volume of a liquid (or a solid or a gas)
It will increase it, as more of the outer surface of the solid is incontact with the liquid that it is dissolving in. :)
When a solid is dissolved into a liquid it is typically called a mixture. When a gas is disolved into a liquid it is typically called an aquious solution.
melting is the change from solid to liquid dissolving is when one substance (be it solid, liquid or gas) mixes equally with another substance (be it solid, liquid or gas) without a chemical change
Surface Area/Quantity of Solvent, Temperature, and Agitation
Size, Temp, Stirring. Plato <3
Increasing the temperature the solubility increase (very few exceptions exist; an example is cerium sulfate).