Dilute Solution?

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A dilute solution is the term that is used to describe a solution that contains a small amount of solute as compared to the amount that could dissolve. The amount of solute dissolved in the solvent is minimal, which means that the mixture contains more of the solvent than the solute.
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A dilute solution is a solution in which there is more solvent than solute. For example, to dilute some solution, you could add excess water to it. You can find more information here: quizlet.com/611731/science-exam-chemistry-terms-flash-cards/
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