The substance that dissolves is called the "solute" and the substance that the solute dissolves in is called the "solvent".
The substance that is dissolved is the solute.The substance into which it dissolves is the solvent.
A solvent is a substance that dissolves another substance. The substance that is dissolved is called the solute.
The solvent is the substance which dissolves a solute.
The mixture that dissolves into another substance is called the solvent
A substance that dissolves in another is a solute, and is said to be soluble.
A solution is formed when one substance dissolves in another. The substance that dissolved is called the solute, and the substance that dissolves the solute is called the solvent.
A substance that dissolves another is called a solvent
Sugar dissolves faster than salt. When a substance dissolves into another substance, it turns into a solution. The substance that is dissolved is the solute.
Ammonium Nitrate is the name of a substance that dissolves endothermically
A solvent dissolves a substance (the solute) to make a solution.
A solvent dissolves in another substance: the solute
the substance that dissolves in the solvent in a solution is called the (solute).
A solvent dissolves a solute.
A substance that dissolves readily in water is called "water soluble"
A substance that readily dissolves into another is said to be soluble.
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It is the solvent.
This substance is called solute.
An ionic substance dissolves in water and can conduct an electrical current.