Solvent and solute storyboard.

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  • Go on ahead im listening.
  • Hey sir can I ask you something? 
  • A solvent is able to dissolve other substances such as water and sugar.
  • And a solute is a minor component in a solution, dissolved in the solvent.
  • Well could you possibly tell me the difference between a solvent and a solute?
  • Examples of a solvent are water and milk.
  • Examples of a solute are sugar and salt.
  • Thank you, but what are some examples of solvents or solutes?
  • Solubility is the ability to be dissolved, especially in water.
  • An example of solubility are salt or sugar mixed into hot or cold water.
  • What about solubility. What is that and what is an example for a solubility?
  • Saturated means containing the greatest possible amount of hydrogen atoms.
  • An example of saturated is carbonated water.
  • Wow, you are smart. What about saturated. What is the definition and example of it?
  • Concentrated means present in a high proportion relative to other substances.
  • An example of concentrated is hydrochloric  acid and sulfuric acid.
  • Wow thank you very much for all the info on acid bases substances.
  • That is not at all hard to remember. But may I ask what does concentrated mean and what an example is for concentrated?
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