Soluble means that when something is there and its got say for exaple salt when you put water in the salt it dissolves soo that means its soluble
Soluble is an adjective used to describe anything that has the capacity to be dissolved. It may be used in reference to something that can be dissolved in another substance particularly some kind of liquid, like water for instance. For example 'Those pills are soluble in water' or 'sugar is soluble in coffee'.
The substance in which a soluble substance dissolves is called a solvent, and the soluble substance is scientifically referred to as a solute. For instance, if Benzene is dissolved in a water solution then benzene will be the solute while water is the solvent.
The noun for of the adjective soluble is solubility. In the field of metallurgy solid solubility is indicative of the extent to which an alloying substance will dissolve in to the base substance without forming a distinct phase.
It is defined as a physical property having an ability of a substance to dissolve into a solvent. It is measured in terms of maximum amount of solute dissolved in a solvent at equilibrium. The resulting solution is then called as a saturated solution. There are certain liquids like water which are soluble in all kinds of solvent.
A solvent is a liquid which can be a mixture or a pure substance. And the soluble substance can be solid, liquid or a gas. The poorly soluble compounds are often called as insoluble
Solubility is how easy it is to dissolve something in a liquid.
It means it can dissolve in a liquid
The quantity of a particular substance that can dissolve in a particular solvent (yielding a saturated solution)
It means dissolving anything for example:salt and water
A substance is said to b soluble when it disolve in water
The solubility of a solute is the maximum quantity of solute that can dissolve in a certain quantity of solvent or quantity of solution at a specified temperature.
What I mean to ask is that, what happens at the molecules of the solute when a solute if it is soluble in solvent? E.g. Sugar in water. What about the sugar molecules do they break or what?
A substance which can be dissolved in a solvent is said to be soluble in that solvent. Salt, for example, is soluble in water but insoluble in oil. Solubility is the maximum amount of a solute which will dissolve in a given amount of solvent. The three main factors affecting the solubility of a solute in a solvent are the nature of the solute, the nature of the solvent and the temperature of the solution. Generally the solubility of solids is liquid solvents increases with the increasing temperature, but the solubility of gases in liquid solvents decreases with increasing temperature.
A suspension is usually cloudy and non-homogeneous. The insoluble particles in a suspension are big enough to prevent light from passing through the suspension. When a suspension is left to stand for sometime, the particles will settle to the bottom. The particles are also two big to pass though the filter paper. Hence, they are left behind as residue when a suspension is filtered. The nature of suspension will be investigated experimentally by doing some laboratory tests.
Solubility is the disassociation of a solid (or liquid) compound from it's close tightly held association with other like molecules, or other atoms as in a salt. As in Salt, a solid, it has Solubility in H2O since it is more stable giving up it's crystalline lattice structure in favor of being surrounded by the very polar water molecules. There is a limit to how much salt can be solubilized by water and this is why one spec listed for all compounds (in a Merck Index for example) is it's solubility in water and/or other solvents in grams/ml.
H20 because it is some how related to gas and volume.
What is the relation between solubility n pH and how to co relate both of it
Putting cream and sugar in your coffee