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Chemical Reactionsx

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the dissolving substance is called...? the solute.
the liquid used to dissolve the substance is called...? the solvent.
chemical reactions usually involve some or all of what three changes? - formation of a new substance - change in appearance - detectable energy change.
what kind of reaction is "rusting"? oxidation
what is the colour change of iodine solution in the presence of starch? orange/brown -> blue/black.
how are compounds formed? when elements react together.
what is a reactant? a strting material in a chemical reaction.
what is a solution? the mixture formed when a solute dissolves in a solvent.
what is a saturated solution? when there is so much solute it can no longer be dissolved in the solvent.
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