What is a dissolving process?

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Dissolving refers to when solid particles meet liquid particles and mix together to form a special mixture called a solution. This only happens when the right solid meets the right liquid and in the right conditions. When they do dissolve, the solid part is called the solute and the liquid it dissolves in is called the solvent.
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dis·solve
[dih-zolv]
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT) [DIS·SOLVED, DIS·SOLV·ING.]
1.
to make a solution of, as by mixing with a liquid; pass into solution: to dissolve salt in water.
2.
to melt; liquefy: to dissolve sugar into syrup.
3.
to undo (a tie or bond); break up (a connection, union, etc.).
4.
to break up (an assembly or organization); dismiss; disperse.
5.
Government to order the termination of (a parliament or other legislative body).
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