Why does size affect a soluble solid from dissolving quicker?
Not usually size, its the surface area
There is no such thing as a soluble precipitate A precipitate a solid that is formed in a chemical reaction, therefor only a insoluble precipitate can occur, and the soluble would remain as a soluble solution. The difference between a soluble and insoluble precipitate is that a insoluble precipitate is incapable of dissolving in a liquid, and a solid is formed in the reaction, where as the soluble substance will dissolve in the liquid.
When a solid substance is placed in water or another liquid particles of the substance break awayand move into a liquid what is this called?
Solute which is the solid being dissolved Solvent which is the liquid the solid is dissolving into Solution which is the solute and the solvent mixed together Soluble which means that something will dissolve Insoluble which means that something will not dissolve Solubility which is how much something will dissolve and Saturated which is when a solution has dissolved that maximum amount of solute