No, wax and water are immiscible.
Dissolving in water is a physical change.
A base reract with acids.
It has more dissovled solution than water
No its Chemical
The chloride anion is not observed in solution.
No, naphthalene is a non polar organic solid so insoluble in water.
iron will rust under water due to the oxygen dissovled in the water
any (strong) electrolyte
The easiest way is to evaporate the water off which may be speeded up by boiling
Sodium chloride is very soluble in water - 360,9 g/L.
All salts soluble in water can exist also in organisms.
if u do not know this u are a handy
10 percent of dissovled substances
No; hard water contain carbonates and sulfates of calcium and magnesium.
Water that has something dissolved in it is called a solvent. A solute dissolved in a solvent is a solution. If the solvent is water, it's an aqueous solution.
solute is what is being dissovled, a solvent is what the solute is being dissolved in. ex: Salt ( solute) water (solvent)
Yes because this is an ionic compound so when its dissovled in water the ions are free to conduct electricity
The solute is dissolved in the solvent.
Insoluble substances do not dissolve.
Solutes are things that dissolve in the solvent. Sugar and vanilla dissovled in the milk and water. Solutes: Sugar and Vanilla
the enzymes is really fast and it dissovled food
It si dissovled by stomach acid.
The solute is dissolved in a solvent.
take 7.5 gram of sodium carbonate and dissovled in 100 ml of water..thats it.. this solution is called 7.5% sodium carbonate soultion.