Dissolving is when a substance is distributed evenly throughout another substance. The substance being dissolved breaks down into smaller pieces that cannot be seen (3.3 a).
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Solutions are a special type of mixture in which one substance is uniformly dissolved in a liquid. Examples include sugar water, salt water, and soda (5.7 b).
Sometimes when two or more substances are combined, they do not lose their identifying characteristics. These substances are called mixtures. Examples of mixtures include soil, concrete, and a mud puddle (5.7 b).
classify liquids and solids into those that will dissolve in water and those that will not. Use tables and/or charts to record and display the information.
describe and apply the term dissolve.
infer that some substances will dissolve more easily in hot water than in cold water by conducting investigations using water at different temperatures.