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Today class we will be learning about solubility!
What does solubility mean?
Solubility is an amount of a substance that dissolves in a unit volume of a liquid substance to form a saturated solution under specified conditions of temperature and pressure.
Soluble is able to dissolve in solvent. For example, sugar is soluble in water because it dissolves to form sugar solution
Soluble substances are those that easily dissolve in a solvent, such as water, and include sugar, salt, alcohol and some dishwashing detergents. In chemistry, solubility of a substance is a quantitative term that refers to the amount of substance that can dissolve in a given volume of a solvent.
More examples that are soluble are: Chalk, food dye, and bath bombs
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