The particles in a solid solution are packed closely together, they vibrate.
The particles in a liquid solution are spread more.
the difference is liquid is runny and solid is hard.
When a solid is dissolved into a liquid it is typically called a mixture. When a gas is disolved into a liquid it is typically called an aquious solution.
A liquid gas solution is a liquid made up of an element(s) that are normally gas at room temperature. A liquid solid solution is made up of an element(s) that are normally solids at room temperature... Which is around 21 degrees Celsius.
The solution is a liquid containing dissociated sodium chloride.
is there a chemical difference between the solid and liquid states of nitrogen
an alloy is a solid solution and a solution usually refers to solid or gas
What is the difference between solid and gas in terms of their fluidity
Liquid is a state of matter (liquid, solid, gas, plasma). A solution is a homogeneous mixture of particles in a liquid form (HCl, NaCl dissolved in water until the water is saturated or supersaturated, ect)
one's solid, one's liquid...simple
A solid and liquid have the same mass if the amount is the same.
A liquid solution can be made from solid, liquid or a gas solute.Hence a solution can be sold , liquid or a gas.
an example of solid liquid solution is (nacl)
Liquid isd like water and solid is hard things. That can float in water (liquid).
Non-newtonian fluids would fit this description. A non-newtonian fluid is a combination between a solid and a liquid. An example would be water mixed with cornstarch. A. solution is form when solute is dissolve in solvent. it is not necessary that solution is always form between solid in liquid or liquid in liquid. there are some examples of solution that are not liquid. e.g solution of Gas (solute) in Gas (solvent) EXAMPLE Air. solution of solid (solute) in solid (solvent) EXAMPLE carbon in iron or steel. solution of solid (solute) in gas (solvent) EXAMPLE dust particles in smoke.
These nine types of solution are solid to solid solid to liquid solid to gas liquid to solid liquid to liquid liquid to gas gas to solid gas to liquid gas to gas
A solution is a solid (the solvent) dissolved in a liquid (the solute). A heterogeneous mixture is two substances in different states (i.e. a gas and a liquid) that are in the same space and are in contact with each other. When you have a solution that is a gas-gas or a liquid-liquid or possibly a solid-solid solution, the matter of greater amount is the solute. A solution is an example of a homogeneous mixture (can't see the particles with a naked eye). But with heterogeneous mixtures, you can see the particles.
solid liquid solutions are (..........)
Saline is a liquid solution.
Ice is a solid and water is a liquid, so an ice cube floating in a glass of water would be a solid in a liquid solution. Lava is molten rock, which would also be a solid in liquid solution.
The atoms in a solid are in a tighter formation that as they are in a liquid. In a liquid, They are loose and have the ability to pour.
Yes. The solvent and solute in a solution can be solid, liquid or gas. You can have: A gas dissolved in a gas (air). A gas dissolved in a solid (hydrogen in metal). A solid in a solid (alloys). or ones containing liquid: gas in liquid liquid in liquid solid in liquid liquid in solid
if the soap is in body wash form, then it is a liquid, but if it is in bar soap form, then it is a solid.
The molecules in a solid vibrate in place. The molecules of a liquid are moving about.
When particles form in solution (liquid phase) called precipitate. But if the particles form on solid materials called deposition which means precipitate on surface of solid.
When a solid and a liquid are mixed together it is called a solution.