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In a solution, the substance present in the largest amount is referred to as the solvent. Consider adding one ounce of oil to one gallon of water. Using terms, such as solute, solvent, polar, non-pola

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    Just exactly how would you like us to HELP you? Have you looked each word (term) in a good dictionary? That alone should be a good help.

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