Difference between Solute and Solvent?

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A solvent is the material that dissolves into a solute. It is not necessarily true that there will always be one solute and one solvent in a solution.
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Solute: The substance that is dissolved in a solvent is called. solute. e.g. sugar. is solute, it is used in small amount. Solvent: The substance that dissolves solute to form. solution
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