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Answered 2012-01-12 13:18:20

This solid is called a solute.

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This characteristic is called solubilty at a given temperature.


What is a liquid that dissolve a solid called?

It is a solvent liquid. For example, water is a solvent as it can dissolve sugar crystals (and many other things).


What helps a solid dissolve faster in water?

Heat helps solids dissolve in water faster. Gasses are dissolved in water faster by using pressure. Heat helps dissolve any solid in any liquid it will dissolve in.


What is the name for a solid that dissolves?

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the solid sodium chloride will dissolve in water.


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