Yes Water (solvent) + Sugar (solute) + Caffeine (solute) + Food Coloring (solute), etc. (other solutes) = Solution
the solute is small sliced banana and the solvent is water and coloring. . .i guess this is 32% correct
The solute for patis is tartaric acid while the solvent is water and coloring . I'm sure ! 100 % .
Solute: alcohol, sugars, coloring Solvent: water (H2O ratio: 2 Hydrogen Atoms; 1 Oxygen Atoms)
that the solvent is the liquid used in food and the plantfood is the solute
Water is a solvent in which food coloring is dissolved making a solution.
We use the term soluable to refer to the capability of a substance to be dissolved – “Sugar is soluable in water.” The resulting mixture is called a solution. The definition of a solution is a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances in a single phase. It is importantto understand that even though a gas may be dissolved into a liquid, once the gas is in solution it is now in the liquid phase… Read More
The solvent is mainly water. The solutes are some alcohol usually (but not always) and other trace ingredients such as an anti-bacterial and some coloring.
food coloring dye?
You can not ask the question "is pepsi a solute or solvent?" you need to ask "what is the solvent or solute of pepsi?" Pepsi is not a solute or solvent, because it has solute and solvent in it. :)
A solution is when a solute is uniformly distributed into a solvent. Some examples of solutions are iced tea, lemonade, vinegar, syrup, carbonated water, rubbing alcohol, food coloring, and sea water.
The solvent dissolves the solute. (The solute dissolves in the solvent.)
A solvent is something in which a solute will dissolve. Thus water is a solvent and salt is a solute. If one has a solution then the solvent contains the solute
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.
The sugar is the solute and the water is the solvent. Whatever is dissolved is the solute, and whatever the solute is dissolved in is the solvent. The solvent dissolves the solute.
The solute becomes dissolved in the solvent, while the solvent dissolves the solute.
solute is what is being dissovled, a solvent is what the solute is being dissolved in. ex: Salt ( solute) water (solvent)
Water is the solvent Salt is the solute The solute dissolves into the solvent
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
The solute dissolves in the solvent.
Depending on the stuff; generally water is the solvent. For the solutes the number is extremely great.
A solute is the material being dissolved, the solvent is the liquid in the solution. The solvent dissolves the solute
the solute is pipiterson and the solvent is pana Solute is Coconut oil and the solvent is Hexane.
A solution has a dissolved substance (the solute) and a subtance in which the solute is dissolved (the solvent). The mass of the solvent will be greater than that of the solute.
The Solute is the substance dissolved into the Solvent.
solute and solvent of patis
No; the solute is dissolved in the solvent.
Water is a solvent not a solute.
Solvent is a substance that dissolves a solute to form a solution. Solute the substance that dissolves in a solvent.
A solvent dissolves, a solute is dissolved. Water is the solvent, salts are the solute in ocean water
Solution: a solute (or more) in a solvent. Solute: the dissolved substance in a solvent. The solute must be soluble in the solvent.
No. A solvent is something in which a solute will dissolve. Thus water is a solvent and salt is a solute. If one has a solution then the solvent contains the solute but NOT the other way round (as your question asks).
The process if solute disappearing into solvent is called dissolving. This means that the solute and solvent are of like polarity or the solute was broken up into ions.
salt is an example of a solute. If you put salt into warm water, salt is the solute and water is the solvent. The solvent is whatever " dissolves" the solute.
Solute is the substance that dissolves and solvent is the liquid in which the solute dissolves in
a homogeneous mixture of solute and solvent is a solution... the component in lesser quantity is SOLUTE and in lerger quantity is SOLVENT.......
The salt is the solute and the water is the solvent - the solute dissolves in the solvent to make the solution.
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.
water is the solvent and the solute is sugar.
The solute is copper and the solvent is zinc.
The solvent is the vitamins and he solute is the lactose.
Copper is the solvent and tin is the solute.
The "solute" is the item that is dissolved in the "solvent".
what is the solute and solvent in alloy
Any solute and solvent in jewelry.
water solvent salt solute
solvent is water and solute is sugar
A solution is composed of a solute and solvent.
Air is neither a solute or a solvent.
A solution is a mixture of a solute and a solvent.