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Which answer choice correctly explains the role of the kinetic theory of matter in the process of solutes being dissolved into solvents?

The continuous motion of the particles in the solvent and solute cause them to collide with one another, which results in bonds being broken, attractions being disrupted, and particles being separated from one another.
The high temperature of the particles in the solvent and solute cause them to repel each other, which results in bonds being broken, attractions being disrupted, and particles being separated from one another.
The small size of the particles in the solvent and solute cause them to fit together, which results in bonds being formed, attractions being developed, and particles being joined to one another.
The stationary nature of the particles in the solvent and solute cause them to merge their structures, which results in bonds being formed, attractions being developed, and particles being joined to one another

is it c?

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    I think its a

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    a is a better choice than c.

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