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Describes a substance that is able to dissolve in a solvent
soluble
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A substance in which another substance dissolves
solvent
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The liquid or solution that passes through the filter paper on filtering
filtrate
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The solid substance that is not able to dissolve in a solvent
insoluble
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The solid left on the filter paper after filtering. (Or in the flask after distillation/evaporation/combustion).
residue
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A mixture of a solute and a solvent e.g salt (solute) mixed into water (solvent).
a solution
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A liquid collected during distillation formed by the condensed vapour
distillate
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Forming a same/ alike mixture when added together
miscible
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When a solid goes straight to a gas without becoming a liquid
sublime
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The word used when there is a larger amount of particles in one area
concentrated
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When a liquid changes to a gas at temperatures above its melting point but below the boiling point of the liquid. e.g. Water would _________ between 0*c - 100*c
evaporation
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A liquid that dissolves a substance forming a solution .e.g. water is a _______ dissolving salt. (also petrol, methane .e.c.t.)
solvent
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The substance that dissolves into a liquid to form a solution .e.g. salt is a ______ that dissolves in water.
solute
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Separated
_________
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Temperature
___________
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Dissolve
________
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Diffused
________
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solvent

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A substance in which another substance dissolves

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filtrate

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insoluble

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residue

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