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if the solution changes colours, are the chemicals soluble?

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When a new color is formed. This is not to be mistaken for a mixture of each of the chemicals that were combined. For example, if a blue substance is combined with a clear substance, and the result is orange, it is a chemical change. However, if the result is just a lighter blue, it does not necessarily indicate chemical change. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_is_color_a_sigh_of_chemical_change#ixzz27M3W3XAb
Hey, if you're still here, what happens if there is not change in color (it stays transparent).
if the solvent/solution stays transparent and the solute is not on the botom of the container the chemical has disolved

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