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When a solution reaches saturation, which of the following is true? It can hold no more solute. It holds one-half the maximum amount of solute. It will continue to dissolve the solute. The solvent can hold more solute. A solution is a type of mixture. True False As temperature increases, the amount of solute that a solvent can dissolve increases. True False Burning is an example of a physical change. True False What is the reactant in the following equation? hydrogen + oxygen → water hydrogen + oxygen hydrogen oxygen wa

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  1. anonymous
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    *water

  2. sweetburger
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    A saturated solution cannot hold anymore solute

  3. sweetburger
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    A solution is a homogenous mixture so True

  4. sweetburger
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    Yes, at temperature increase the amount of solute a solvent can dissolve generally increases.

  5. sweetburger
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    Technically speaking tho if the solute is a gas increasing the temperature would make it harder for more solute to dissolve in solution.

  6. sweetburger
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    burning is a chemical change

  7. sweetburger
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    Both hydrogen and oxygen are reactants in the production of water

  8. anonymous
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    Thanks again :)

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