Sodium does go into solution with H20, but Pure Water is also a perfect insulator, therefore the answer is salt will dissolve into a water based solution, but water does not dissolve into salt.
Plant does not dissolve in water so it cannot be a solution
Pepper and water is not a solution, it is a mixture because the pepper will not dissolve. If you're wondering if salt and water is a solution, it is because it's the solution saltwater and the salt does dissolve unlike the pepper.
The clay does not dissolve in the water. To be a solution the solute must completely dissolve in the solvent, like salt dissolved in water.
An aqueous solution is one where water is the solvent. The nature of the solute is not relevant.
Sugar is water soluble, meaning it will dissolve in water or any water based solution, provided that solution has not reach maximum solubility.
if we dissolve a starch in water it forms a colloidal solution and the particle size is much larger to completely dissolve in water
The amount of time and speed it takes to dissolve sugar in water and dissolve salt in water depends on the amounts of salt and sugar, the amount of water, and the temperature of the water. The approximate time needed to dissolve the sugar and salt in water is 25 minutes.
Salt is more corrosive than water
No, pepper does not dissolve in water so this is a mixture not a solution.
Because wheat is not water soluble. It can only mix with water, not dissolve in solution.
No. The sand does not dissolve.
Sand grains will not dissolve in water. Therefore, sand and water can not form a solution. Salt and water can make a (saline) solution, because the salt crystals will dissolve completely into the water.
If more salt will dissolve in a saltwater solution, it is for the simple reason that there is more 'room' for more salt to dissolve. Salt will only dissolve in salt water solutions which have not reached salt saturation.
It doesn't. Water can dissolve the pill fast, but not as fast as soda because of all the acids in soda.
When you add water to the saturated solution, there is more solvent to dissolve the solute. The saturated solution becomes diluted, so it is no longer saturated.
Solvent (such as water).
The answer is solution.
is when the rocks dissolve in the water
No. However it will dissove in water to produce an acidic solution :)
sugar dissolve in water to give a colourless solution but if sugar put in excess will not dissolve in water
yes, examples: arsenic, selenium, bromine, mercury, most gaseous elements, many metals in trace amounts, elements that won't dissolve by themselves will dissolve in a water solution of one of their salts (iodine will dissolve in a water solution of potassium iodide).
They will dissolve in the water and form a solution. The amount that will dissolve depends on the solubility of the solid and the temperature.
No, they do not. Limestone, will however react with an acidic solution such as vinegar and dissolve.
Oil and fat will not dissolve in ordinary water, but they will dissolve in soapy water.