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Solutes and Solvents

What are 2 parts to a solution? Solutes and Solvents.
What is a solute? A solute is the part that dissolves in a solution.
What is a solvent? A solvent is what the solute dissolves in.
How are solutions made? Solutions are usually made by dissolving solutes in solvents.
Is there usually more solute or solvent? There is usually less solute than solvent in a solution.
What happens when a solute dissolves? Both the solute and solvent particles are still in the solution. They are usually mixed evenly in the solution.
What is Water:The Universal Solvent? It is called the "Universal Solvent" because it dissolves more substances than any other solvent.
Created by: TMLnitro