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Solution: Determine whether each of the following solutes is more soluble in hot water or cold water.sulfur dioxidechlorineheliumsucrosesodium chloride

Problem

Determine whether each of the following solutes is more soluble in hot water or cold water.

sulfur dioxide

chlorine

helium

sucrose

sodium chloride

Solution

We have to determine which of the given substances will have a greater solubility in hot water and which ones will have reduced solubility in cold water.


A solution is a homogeneous mixture made from a solvent and a solute. The solvent is the component which is present in greater quantity while solute is the component which is present in smaller quantity.


To determine which substances will be soluble in hot water and cold water, we need to first see which states they are in.


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