A dilute solution has a low concentration of the solute compared to the solvent. The opposite of a dilute solution is a concentrated solution, which has high levels of solute in the mixture. More »

Common commercial examples of concentrated solutions are hydrochloric acid and sulfuric acid. Hand soap, soft drinks and liquid medicine are concentrated solutions commonly found in the household. More »

You can use powders such as Oxyclean or Biz Powder to remove coffee stains, even if they have already set in. Dilute the powder with water and leave the garment soaking in the solution until the stains have been removed,... More »

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In science, a solvent is the component of greatest amount in a solution. It is the component into which the solute dissolves. A solution is a mixture of two or more substances that occur as any phase of matter. More »

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A solvent is a component in a solution that dissolves the solute, which is another component of the solution. The solvent is generally the component present in the largest amounts in the solution, according to World of M... More »

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A solute is a substance which is dissolved in a solvent to make a solution; a common example is sugar. Sugar added to water, which is the solvent in this case, dissolves into sugar water. More »

The two parts of a solution are the solvent and the solute. When the two parts combine to make a solution, the properties of the solution differ from the properties of the two individual parts. More »