The solvent is the substance that dissolves another in a solution
The solvent in an aqueous solution is water.
A solvent is the what you add to the solution and the solute is the liquid already in the solution.
A solution contain the solvent and the solute (the substance dissolved in the solvent).
No, but a solution includes solute and solvent. The solute is the substance to be dissolved and when added to a solvent, it produces a solution.
The solvent and the solvent dissolves the solute in a solution
For an aqueous solution the solvent is water - H2O.
The solvent is water, the solute is salt; solvent and solute form a solution.
The solvent is the substance which dissolve the solute; for a sugar solution water is the solvent and sugar the solute.
A solution is composed of a solvent and solute. A solute is disolved in the solvent. Therefore, the solvent is the larger part of a solution.
Solute is the substance dissolved in a solvent.Solvent is a liquid able to dissolve a solute.Solution is the mixture of solvent and solute.
1. When making a solution, what is the job of the solvent?
A solvent is the liquid in a solution that dissolves the substance in the solution.
To make a solution you add a solute to a solvent.
water is the UNIVERSAL solvent. It dissolves the solute in a solution.
The solvent has a higher percentage in the solution.
Solvent and Solute make a Solution (Solvent + Solute = Solution). The Solvent dissolves the Solute substance. Examples: Solvent- Water Solute - Sugar Solution - Sugar water Solvent - Milk (hot) Solute - Cocoa powder Solution - Hot Cocoa Solvent - Water Solute - Kool-Aid powder Solution - Kool-Aid
solution ------- Sugar dissolved in water: sugar is the solute, water is the solvent; and the solute plus the solvent - is a solution !
A solution with lower solvent concentration than a similar solution will be more concentrated. This is because concentration is a ration of solute to solvent.
a solution is a mixture. a solute is the part of a solution that is dissolved and the solvent is what dissolves the solute in the solution
Solvent is the largest amount in the solution. Example: water and salt. the water is the solvent because it overcomes the salt.
Solution: a solute (or more) in a solvent. Solute: the dissolved substance in a solvent. The solute must be soluble in the solvent.
Adding more solvent will dilute a solution.
A solution is developed when a solvent mixes with a solute to make it.