it doesnt go anywhere. The solid breaks up in really small pieces, and mixes with the liquid.
It can be a solid or a gas.
solid liquid liquid solution
An example of a solution where the solute is a solid and the solvent is a liquid is sugar or salt in water.
Mixing of a solid liquid or gas with a liquid or something a gas or solid? is a solution
The solid dissolves (is the solute) and forms a solution.
That is called dissolving.
The dissolved solid is called the solute. The process is dissolving.
A liquid solution can be made from solid, liquid or a gas solute.Hence a solution can be sold , liquid or a gas.
an example of solid liquid solution is (nacl)
When a solid "mixes" with a liquid the solid can be termed soluble and will "dissolve" in said liquid (salt and water), if the solid does not dissolve it is termed insoluble (sand in a glass of water). When a liquid "mixes" with another liquid the two are classed as miscible, if the two liquids do not mix and form two separate layers, the liquids are classed as being immiscible
solid liquid solutions are (..........)
Saline is a liquid solution.
These nine types of solution are solid to solid solid to liquid solid to gas liquid to solid liquid to liquid liquid to gas gas to solid gas to liquid gas to gas
Commonly called an EMULSION
A liquid-solid solution is when a liquid turns to a solid. You can tell because if you put a glass of water in the freezer, it will turn to ice (solid).