Sugar is stirred into water to form a solution. In this case, what names do we give to the sugar and water?
sugar is the solution; water is the solvent
sugar is the solvent; water is the solute
sugar is the solute; water is the solvent
sugar and water are both solvents
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well, I guess dissolving sugar in water; i.e putting sugar into a solution of water.
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a solute is a substance dissolved in another substance, known as a solvent.
So here we dissolve sugar in water. SO sugar will be a solute and water will be solvent.
Did u get it ! @javien_curry30
see,a solute is a substance that dissolves in a solvent and a solvent is a substance that dissolves the solute . so,when water is added to sugar, the water is the solvent that makes the solute disolve in it and the sugar is the solute that dissolves in the solvent.