This solid is called a solute.
It is called a solution.
yes because the cow pooed a pie
a solid that doesnt dissolve in water
This characteristic is called solubilty at a given temperature.
It is a solvent liquid. For example, water is a solvent as it can dissolve sugar crystals (and many other things).
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.
A solid that can dissolve is called soluble. A solid that has dissolved is called a solute.
Salt is a solid; water can dissolve candies.
You need to heat the water up to get the solid to dissolve.
PbSO4 is a solid that will not dissolve in water.
bases that dissolve in water are called alkalis
No because water is weak and suger is a tough solid object so it wont dissolve in water (but it might dissolve in custard).
the solid sodium chloride will dissolve in water.
The solid is called the solute. The resulting product is a solution.
It's called saturation.
No, lead is a solid that won't dissolve in water, though solid ice will.
because the solid is not a water
They are potential solutes.
If something can dissolve it is soluble if it cannot it is insoluble.
1) The "solubility" of the solid in question (not all WILL dissolve) - or the nature of the solid itself. 2)Presence (or lack of) mechanical agitation to assist the solid dissolve. 3)Temperature of the water (The warmer it is, usually the quicker the solid dissolves)
Insoluble substances do not dissolve.
It is called a nonsoluble.
No. Only solid stuff with special chemicals in them dissolve, like sugar and salt. Notice that things only dissolve in warm water, and never ice water. Example: If you put sand in water, it doesn't dissolve.
charcoal is made from wood. It's a smoked and dehydrated form of black solid and will not dissolve in water.