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Which term defines the amount that a solute can dissolve into a solution? A. solute level B. solution level C. solubility level D. saturation level
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User: Which term defines the amount that a solute can dissolve into a solution? A. solute level B. solution level C. solubility level D. saturation level

Weegy: Solubility level defines the amount that a solute can dissolve into a solution.
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User: Generally, what will happen to most liquids if the temperature is increased? A. The triple point will drop. B. The solubility of the liquid will increase. C. The solubility of the liquid will decrease. D. The solubility will not change because the solubility of liquids is never affected by temperature.

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