Sterling Silver = Solute - copper, Solvent - silver. #9 - Water is called the “
universal solvent.” #10 - A glass of very sweet Kool-Aid would have the most
Actually, I don't think this question actually makes sense. Sterling silver isn't a
solute or a solvent, it HAS solutes and solvents. A solute is a substance that ...
the solvent for sterling silver is silver and the solute is copper-8%.
May 1, 2013 ... Describes different solvent-solute combinations and gives examples of each.
May 1, 2013 ... Describes different solvent-solute combinations and gives examples of ... Solid-
solid solutions such as brass, bronze, and sterling silver are ...
Metal Alloys Such as Sterling Silver. Making Solutions. Dissolving the solute in
the solvent. ... One of them is called the solute and the other is the solvent.
Sterling silver contains 92.5 percent silver and 7.5 percent copper. Which
substance is the ... Nonpolar solvents are useful for dissolving nonpolar solutes.
In a solid solution, such as sterling silver, copper that has been heated at high ...
A solute, such as sugar, dissolved in a solvent, such as water, results in a liquid ...
Margarine; Tap Water; Steel; 18 Carat Gold; Air; Sterling Silver. What is the ... The
ratio of the amount of solute to amount of solution, or solvent is defined by the ...