Solvent

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A solvent is a substance, usually in liquid form, that solutes can dissolve into. An execellent example of a basic solvent is water. The solvent plus the solute is  
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A solvent is a substance, usually in liquid form, that solutes can dissolve into. An example of a basic solvent is water. The solvent plus the solute is  
  
 
then called a solution.
 
then called a solution.

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A solvent is a substance, usually in liquid form, that solutes can dissolve into. An example of a basic solvent is water. The solvent plus the solute is

then called a solution.

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