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Q: What is a type of mixture where one substance is being dissolved into another?
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What is the substance being dissolved in a solute?

This question is misguided. The substance being dissolved is the solute. The substance you dissolve it in is the solvent. The mixture is a solution.


A solution is formed when one substance is dissolved in another The substance being dissolved is the and the substance that does the dissolving is the?

solute, solvent


Is The substance being dissolved in a solution is called a solvent.?

Nope - the substance being dissolved is the solute. The solution in which the substance is being dissolved - is the solvent.


What is solution in geography?

A solution is a mixture of one substance dissolved in another so the properties are the same throughout. A solution is composed of a solute and the solvent. The solute is the substance being dissolved and the solvent is the part of the solution that does the dissolving. The solute is of molecular size.


What is solution geography?

A solution is a mixture of one substance dissolved in another so the properties are the same throughout. A solution is composed of a solute and the solvent. The solute is the substance being dissolved and the solvent is the part of the solution that does the dissolving. The solute is of molecular size.


What is a solute and solvent?

Solute- Substance that is being dissolved by another substanceSolvent-Substance doing the dissolving


In a solution what terms are used for the substance being dissolved and the medium in which it dissolves?

The substance being dissolved is the SOLUTE and the medium that the substance is being dissolved in is the SOLVENT.


What does solubility mean?

Solubility refers to the ability of one substance to dissolve in another substance. The substance being dissolved is called the solute, and the substance in which the solute dissolves is the solvent.


What is a substance that can dissolve another substance called?

The substance (usually a liquid) that can dissolve another substance is called a solvent.The substance that is being dissolved in a solution is called the solute.


What substance being dissolved in a liquid?

The substance dissolved in a liquid is called the solute.


What do you call a liquid in which a substance is dissolved?

It is called a solvent, the substance being dissolved is a solute.


How may the dissolved part of a mixture be separated from each other?

To separate the dissolved part, you have to evaporate the solvent, or liquid portion of the mixture. Meanwhile, you must also condensce what is currently being evaporated in order to capture the solvent as a separate substance. After doing this, you will have the solute and solvent separate from one another.

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