Yes, it is!
Water is generally a solvent, not a solute. Therefore, no.
the greatest amount of solute that can dissolve in a solvent is its
Water is a solvent not a solute.
Water is the solvent. Salt is the solute.
A solvent dissolves, a solute is dissolved. Water is the solvent, salts are the solute in ocean water
The solute is the sugar and the solute is water.
No, salt is the solute and water is the solvent
solvent dissolves in solute sugar dissolves in water so water is 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 is salt and the solvent is water
The salt in the salt water would be the solute.
solute clorine solvent water
solute because water is the solvent
Water is the solvent and chalk is the solute.
Salt, when dissolved in water, is a solute. Water is the solvent.
Water is not a solute, it is the most important solvent.
Solvent. What is dissolves is the solute.
The solvent of sea water is obviously water and the solute is salt...
There is no solute or solvent as distilled water is not a solution, it is pure water.
The solute is alka seltzer and the solvent is water.
water is solvent and carbon dioxide is solute
the solvent is the water; while the solute is the sugar
Carbon dioxide in water is a solute.
Yes, lemon juice is a solute in water.
solvent: water solute: carbon dioxide