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In what solution is the solute a liquid and the solvent is a solid?

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  1. mercury dissolved in gold.

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  2. What about mercury (liquid) dissoved in silver (solid)? This is a common amalgam. It in prior years was the staple of dentist's offices for fillings.

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  3. the mouistre and nutriens reach the leaves explain what leaves do to help trees to grow well.

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  4. Shannon--You should post a separate post of your own by going to the top of the page, clicking on Post a New Question, and submit that way. As it is, your question is piggy backed onto the response from another question and usually these get lost in the shuffle and you don't get an answer.

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  5. I need a labeled picture of a oak tree.
    Where can i find one?

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