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G5 Mixtures and Solutions Part 2

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particle
... piece
salt
... a product that forms when metals react with acid. The salt that we know best is sodium chloride, the kind of salt that we add to food to give it more flavour.
saturated solution
... when a solvent cannot dissolve anymore solute
solubility
... the ability of one substance to spread out into another substance
solute
... a substance that dissolves in a solvent to form a solution
solvent
... a substance in which a solute dissolves to form a solution
supersaturated solution
... a solution that has more solute than it normally would at a given temperature
universal solvent
... another name for water
Epsom salt
... white crystals of magnesium sulfate, which is a kind of bitter salt used in baths that you soak in when your muscles are sore
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