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Mixtures & Solutions

solute Substance in a solution that is the least amount. It is usually the solid.
solvent The substance in a solution that is the greatest amount. It is usually the liquid.
mixture composed of two or more substances that are mixed together but can be separated from each other
solution Composed of substances that mix so completely that they cannot be distinguished as separate substances. They can, however, be separated back into the separate substances.
concentration The relationship of the amount of solute to solvent determines this term of a solution.
evaporation used to separate a solid that has dissolved in a liquid solution
filtration used to separate solid particles from a liquid
sifting used to separate smaller solid particles from larger solid particles
Created by: kclement