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Solutions compared of solutes and solvents

  1. May 2, 2005 #1
    Hi im doing this solute and solvent table and i need to fill in some empty spaces here is what i got so far, and what i need, any help will be appreciated.

    Solvent Solute
    Solid----> Solid---> Alloys such as bronze and brass
    Liquid----> Solid ---> Salt in water (solid solute dissolved into a liquid solvent)
    Gas-----> Solid ----> ?????????

    Solvent Solute
    Solid ---> liquid ---??
    Liquid ---> liquid ---???
    Gas ---> liquid ---???

    Solvent Solute
    Solid ---> Gas---> Hydrogen gas being produced from palladum
    Liquid --> Gas--->Hydrochloric Acid, by dissolving hydrogen chloride gas in water
    Gas ----> Gas --->Air, has a solution of N2 and O2
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  3. May 3, 2005 #2


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    you might wish to consider suspensions, colloidal substances such as mayonaise. As for the liquid/liquid...there are many example, liquid ethanol in water. I'll let some others here help out with the rest.
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