The solvent and the solvent dissolves the solute in a solution
A solution is composed of a solvent and one or more solutes. The solvent is the part that dissolves the solute. For example-Brine is a solution. The solvent here is water and the solute is salt. The part of a solution that does the dissolving is known as the solvents. The part which is dissolved in a solution is known as a solute.
The disolved part of a solution is the SOLUTE and the one dissolving it is called the SOLVENT
the part dissolving is called the 'solute'
The part of a solution that dissolves (is present in the smaller amount) is called the solute. The part of a solution that does the dissolving is called the solvent.
The dissolving medium in a solution is the solvent.
solute gets dissolved in the solvent
In a solution, the solvent is what does the dissolving. The item that it is dissolving is known as the solute.
Dissolving is the process of going into a solution; 'the dissolving of salt in water'
When the dissolving rate equals the rate at which molecules comes out of solution the solution is in 'equilibrium'.
Dissolving takes place to turn a mechanical (heterogeneous) mixture into a solution (homogeneous solution).
Solvent is the term for a dissolving medium in a solution. The material which is being dissolved is called the solute.
In a solution, the solvent does the dissolving and the solute gets dissolved.
It is a solvent that dissolves in a solution.
the solution which has low dissolving power i guess
The solute is what is dissolving. The solvent is what it's being dissolved in.
Dissolving a solute in a solvent a solution is obtained.
what is the molarity of a solution prepared by dissolving 36.0g of NaOH in enough water to make 1.50 liter of solution?
The solute is the part that is being dissolved, and the solvent is the part that does the dissolving.
you get a solution