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  • Sure, what do you need help with.
  • Hey Dan, can you help me make some lemonade? I don't really understand what I am supposed to do.
  • Okay first, what is a solute and a solvent?
  • A solute is the substance that dissolves in the solvent and a solvent is the substance in which the solute dissolves in. The universal solvent is water and in this case, the lemonade mix is the solute. The lemonade mix dissolves in the water and you get lemonade.
  • Solubility is the ability of one substance to dissolve in another at a given temperature and pressure. A solution can be dilute, concentrated, unsaturated, saturated, or super saturated.
  • That makes a lot of sense. Thank you. What is solubility and are there different types of solutions?
  • A concentrated solution has a lot of solute. An example is salt water with too much salt. A dilute solution is a solution with a very small amount of a solute. An example of this is when you leave soda in ice for a long time and it gets watered down.
  • Sounds really cool! Can you tell me more?
  • When a solution can have solute added and dissolved, the solution is an unsaturated solution. An example would be salt water when more salt can be added and dissolved.
  • When a solution cannot have anymore solute added and dissolved, the solution is considered a saturated solution. An example would be tea with half sugar half tea.
  • A supersaturated solution is where more solute is present than can be dissolves in the solvent. An example is a gallon of Kool-Aid with 18 cups of sugar.
  • No problem! Now lets make some lemonade!
  • Wow that is really interesting! Thank you for explaining!
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