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The liquid part of the solution is the A. base. B. solvent. C. solute. D. vehicle.
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User: The liquid part of the solution is the A. base. B. solvent. C. solute. D. vehicle.

Weegy: The answer is: D. A solute and solvent. There are two main parts to any solution. The solute is the component of a solution that is dissolved in the solvent; it is usually present in a smaller amount than the solvent. [ The solvent is the component into which the solute is dissolved, and it is usually present in greater concentration. Read more about it here, ]
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User: A lozenge can be described as a A. small, usually sweet, disk-shaped medication that's meant to be dissolved in the mouth. B. small, solid gelatin shell or case containing active and inactive ingredients, usually for oral use. C. thick suspension used on the skin. D. liquid medication dosage form that takes on the shape of the container and is easily poured.

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A lozenge can be described as a - small, usually sweet, disk-shaped medication that's meant to be dissolved in the mouth.
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The liquid part of the solution is the SOLVENT.
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