What is the solute and solvent of brass?
I do know that a mixture of copper and zinc create braa but i do not know for sure which is the solvent and which is the solute. I belive the copper is the solvent and the zinc is the solute. Best of luck answering this question ! - I do know that a mixture of copper and zinc create braa but i do not know for sure which is the solvent and which is the solute. I belive the copper is the solvent and the zinc is the solute. Best of luck answering this question ! -Copper is the solvent and zinc is the solute.
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It depends on how much of the substance you are using. it could be anything from a dollar store brand of cleaner to a very expensive type of substance
A solute is the substance being dissolved (example, sugar).The solvent is the liquid into which is it dissolved(example, coffee) A solute is present in a smaller amount and a solvent is present ina greater amount in a solution.
A solute is a substance that is dissolved in another substance, a solvent is a substance that dissolves another substance.
Modern brass is a alloy of copper and zinc. It is found usually in factories and with pink brass that is uncommon.
A solution is a mixture of one or more soluble substances, called solutes, dissolved in a liquid called the solvent. For example a sugar solution is made of sugar (the solute) dissolved in water (the solvent). The usual solvent in most solutions is water, but you can have other solvents. Solutions… are created when solutes are dissolved in solvents. For example: You can mix salt (solute) into water (solvent) and created a solution of saltwater. To make a solution of water and sugar, you need sugar (the solute) and water, in this case the solvent. You mix both solute and solvent and you got your solution. ( Full Answer )
copper is the solute and the solvent is zinc and the state of solution is gas
In a solution, the solvent is what does the dissolving. The itemthat it is dissolving is known as the solute.
A solute is any substances that can be dissolved into another substance. A solvent is any substance that can dissolve other substances in itself.
In an antiseptic solution, the solvent is usually ethanol orpropanol. Benzalkonium chloride, octenidine dihydrochloride, andchlorhexidine are the solvents.
A solute is a solid, being dissolved in liquid. A solvent is theliquid in which the solid, or solute is being dissolved in.
For example, if you dissolve some tablesalt (NaCl) (maybe 1 gram) in water (H 2 O) (maybe 1000 grams), the solute will be the tablesalt and the solvent will be the water. Generally speaking, the solid that dissolves in a fluid (gas or liquid) is called the "solute". If the solution is one made of fl…uids, (for example 1000 gram ethylic alcohol + 10 gram water), the solvent is the fluid in greater amount (in our example, ethylic alcohol is the solvent and water the solute). ( Full Answer )
A solute is the solid that is dissolved in a liquid. The solvent is the liquid in which something is dissolved in. For example, with salt water, the Na and Cl are the two solutes, and the H2O is the solvent. Also They Both Make A Solution. For example, to make a solution out of saltwater, you would …take salt, which would be your solute, and water, which would be your solvent. To be more precise, a solvent is what does the dissolving and the solute is what is being dissolved. the answer above is not incorrect per se, just not all inclusive. an example not described by the previous answer is that of carbon dioxide dissolving in water. therefore, the solute does not have to be a solid. further the solvent doesnt have to be liquid. the solvent can be a liquid or a gas and the solute can be a solid, liquid, or gas. ( Full Answer )
The solvent is the liquid which dissolve the solute. Example: salted water - the solvent is the water, the solute is the sodium chloride.
Coke is a solution and a solvent...... It dissolves things and is made up lots of things. :)
A solvent is a substance that dissolves the solute in a solution. For example, in salt water, water is the solvent and the salt is the solute. Water dissolves the salt.
The solvent is the substance that something is being dissolved into. The solute is the substance that is being dissolved. For example, in a salt water solution, the water would be the solvent because the salt is being dissolved into it and the solute would be the salt.
Brass is a mixture of two metals (copper and tin) called 'alloy', NOT a solution.
A solute is the solid which dissolves in the liquid. And the solvent is the liquid. Ex: For tea, the water is the solvent and the caffeine is the solute. Therefore, when the solute and solvent are put together it becomes a solution.
Because when a solute and a solvent are combined, it creates a solution. When two solvents are combined, it just makes a stronger solvent. Further answer It also depends on what you are trying to do. Alcohol is a solvent and so is water but if you wanted to have diluite alcohol you'd have to add… water to alcohol, or vice versa. ( Full Answer )
boiling point decreases and its freezing point increases No, other way round. That's why you put antifreeze in vehicle radiators. It makes the water less likely to freeze.
The solvent is usually the larger part of the solution which dissolves the solute. The solute is the smaller part which gets dissolved. So as an example, seawater is a solution. The solvent is water and the solute is salt and traces of other minerals. Vinegar is also a solution. Again, water is the …solvent and glacial acetic acid is the solute. To do acid values in resin chemistry, methanolic KOH solution is usually the titrant. In this example, methanol is the solvent and KOH is the solute. ( Full Answer )
A solvent is something in which a solute will dissolve. Thus water is a solvent and salt is a solute. If one has a solution then the solvent contains the solute
In a solution the components that dissolve other components(usually components present in larger amount) are called solvent. The components of the solution which gets dissolved in in the solvent (usually present in lesser amount) is called solute.
\n Solvent is what the solute is dissolved in. We usually think of the solvent as being a liquid like water, alcohol or petrol / gasoline. However, the solvent could be a gas or even a solid eg mineral deposits can dissolve through rock under pressure and time.. \n Solute is what dissolves. Sug…ar dissolving in water would be the solute, sugar dissolving in the solvent, water.. \n Solution is the resultant solute/solvent mix. When making a one litre (1 dm 3 ) solution, the solute is dissolved in a small amount of solvent and then solvent is added to make the solution up to 1 litre. . \n Solubles is not a term used so much in solution chemistry. There are, however, Solubility Tables that tell the chemist which salts are soluble in water and which are not. Soluble salts dissolve more than 10 g / 100 mL; moderately soluble salts dissolve less than 10 g/100 mL and insoluble salts dissolve less than 1 g/ 100 mL at room temperature.. ( Full Answer )
a homogeneous mixture of solute and solvent is a solution... the component in lesser quantity is SOLUTE and in lerger quantity is SOLVENT.......
It can be all three.. First, it's a solution. They put the ingredients into water, stir till they dissolve, and they have soda. So there's your solution. Now get some salt, or some sugar, or some other powder that dissolves in water, and put it in the soda. Stir till it dissolves. Now the soda i…s a solvent. (Soda contains phosphoric acid, and if you put soda on rusty metal it will dissolve the rust, but that takes a while.) Next, get a gallon of water and pour a can of soda into it. Stir. The soda has dissolved into the water, and is now a solute. ( Full Answer )
A solution is formed when a substance is dissolved in another. The substance present in a greater quantity is called the solvent. The other substance, i.e the one which is present in a lesser quantity is called a solute.
The solvent is the water (chemical formula H 2 O). The solute is the salt (table salt, NaCl or another substance).
Solvent is the largest amount in the solution. Example: water and salt. the water is the solvent because it overcomes the salt.
Diluted vinegar solution can also be used to clean brass . It can be prepared by mixing one part of vinegar with ten parts of water.
The solute dissolves into the solvent. For example, salt (NaCl) is a solute, and water is a solvent. Often solvents are liquids, and you usually have more solvent than solute in a solution. A good way to remember the difference between the two is that water is known as the universal solvent.
No, but a solution includes solute and solvent. The solute is the substance to be dissolved and when added to a solvent, it produces a solution.
The solvent is the substance which dissolve the solute; for a sugar solution water is the solvent and sugar the solute.
Keep in mind that the solvent solvates the solute. The substance that is present in the larger quantity will be the solvent; the lesser quantity will be the solute.
It can be either. -if ridena is having something disolved in it (when it is in majority) it is the solvent -if ridena is disolving into something (when it is in the minority) it is the solute.
The solvent in soda water is water because it says "a sealed bottle of soda water contains carbon dioxide gas DISSOLVED in water", and if the carbon dioxide gas dissolved in the water that means it's the solvent in soda water. The solute is carbon dioxide gas. Hope this helps :D
salt would be the solute in salt water. Water would be the solvent and the salt water would be the solution.
Solute, because it is the minor component in the solution and it is what dissolves in the solvent. For example: Salt Water - The salt is the solute that dissoles in the solvent, which is water.
Solution - a homogeneous, molecular mixture of two or more substances. Salt water is a solution of salt and water. Solvent - a substance that dissolves another to form a solution. In the above example, water is the solvent that salt is dissolved into to form salt water.
Brass is a solid solution. If you melted it, it would still be homogeneous, it wouldn't separate out...ever.
The solute is the substance dissolved in the solvent. The solvent is what dissolves the solute. A solution is a homogeneous mixture composed of one or more solutes and a solvent.
Example: salted water (sodium chloride solution): - water is the solvent - sodium chloride is the solute
salt is an example of a solute. If you put salt into warm water, salt is the solute and water is the solvent. The solvent is whatever " dissolves" the solute.
A solution has a dissolved substance (the solute) and a subtance in which the solute is dissolved (the solvent). The mass of the solvent will be greater than that of the solute.
Example : solution of sugar(20%) and water(80%) contains sugar as solute and water as solvent. Also Solute-salt ; Solvent-water ; salt+water = a solution of salt water.
Solutions are mixtures of solutes and solvents. A solute is mixed into a solvent. A solvent has a greater concentration than the solute. For example: Salt water is a solution, where the water is the solvent(higher concentration), and the salt is the solute(lower concentration).
Syrup is a solution (which consists of sugar and other flavoring agents dissolved in water).
It is a compound of copper and zinc. By changing the ratio of the two, brass can be made into an alloy that has different hardness's.
It depends, but if the sugar is the one being dissolved, then it isthe solute.
Water is a solvent and salt is a solute and the solution with that is ocean water ( saltwater ).