Particular solubility. Depending on the properties of both solvent and solute, all combinations have a solubility constant, Ksp.
Solubility in the solution in which it is dissolving.
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Solvent refers to a substance that will dissolve another substance. Concentration, in chemistry, refers to the amount (measure) of a substance that is mixed with another substance. It is most commonly used to describe the amount of a substance (solute) dissolved in another substance (solvent).
The amount of a substance dissolved in a liquid
A substance dissolved in another substance, usually the component of a solution present in the lesser amount
A substance dissolved in another substance, usually the component of a solution present in the lesser amount.
AnswerA SoluteA substance in which another substance is dissolved, forming as solution ( -A substance, usually a liquid, capable of dissolving another substance. )A SOLUTE is usually the added substance (the lesser amount) that dissolves in the Solvent (usually the greater amount)
Yes temperature affects the amount of substance dissolved in a saturated solution.
It is the measure of its Solubility.
Solubility is the measure of how much of a substance (the solute) can dissolve in another material (the solvent)
Temperature is not a measure of the amount of heat stored in a substance. It is the measure of the kinetic energy of the molecules of a substance.
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Specific gravity is the indicator for dissolved substances in the urine.
the measure of the amount of dissolved materials that are in suspension in water is referred to as potibility turbidity viscosity density
the amount of a substance dissolved in a liquid
No, a mole is a measure for the amount of substance (or chemical amount).