What are 2 components of all solutions?
A true solution consists of a minimum of two components, namely a solvent and a solute.
No. A solution is a homogeneous mixture -- in which the components have the same composition throughout, down to the molecular level. Salt water and air are examples of solutions. Many mixtures are not homogenous. Rocks and oil-based salad dressing are examples of mixtures that are not solutions.<br>