What Is the Difference between Solvent and Solute?

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A solvent is a substance which dissolves a solute to make a solution while a solute is a substance which dissolves into a solvent. They both can be in gaseous, liquid or solid state. A solvent can have different types of solutes dissolved in it just like water can dissolve both sugar and salt.
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