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Does sparingly soluble substances count as solutions?

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If we are talking about the strict definition of solution, then sparingly soluble substances do not count as solutions. For something to be considered a solution, the solute has to be uniformly distributed within the solvent, which is not the case when dealing with sparingly soluble materials.

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