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aqueous solution  - solutions in which water is the dissolving medium   water able to dissolve wide assortment of substances most chemical reactions require water to take place solution - homogeneous mixture of 2+ substances solvent - substance in the solution in greater quantity solute - other substances besides the solvent in a solution electrolytic properties  - conducts electricity due to the ions floating in the solution  electrolyte - substance whose aqueous solution contains ions nonelectrolyte - substance whose aqueous solution doesn't contain ions usually only ionic compounds can form electrolytic solutions polarity of water breaks apart ionic compounds and keeps them apart certain molecular substances (ex. acids) can break into ions strong electrolyte - dissociates completely into ions weak electrolyte - dissociates partly into ions; ions and original compound exists in a state of chemical equilibrium (reversible reaction)
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