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What is the sugar called in sweetened tea?



A. Solute
B. Solution

This question is part of Mixtures, Elements & Compounds Quiz
Asked by Khartzler, Last updated: Mar 25, 2020

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Pro Science Student

Pro Science Student

Answered Feb 26, 2020

It's incorrect to say that iced tea is the solvent. It's the water in the vessel or cup that is the solvent. Both sugar and the tea leaf extract are the solutes.

 

M. Krasinski

M. Krasinski, Content Writer, Columbus

Answered Jan 29, 2019

The correct answer to this question is A. A solution is a mixture made up of at least substances, and usually it is hard to separate the two after the solution is mixed. A solution is two components: a solvent and a solute.

The solvent is the mixture that makes up the majority of the solution and is the component that dissolves the other substance(s). The solute is the component that is introduced. Water is a common solvent. In this question, the sugar is introduced to the iced tea, making sugar the solute and the iced tea the solvent.

 

chinmayesree

Chinmayesree

Answered Apr 30, 2017

Solute
because a solution component is of 2 parts , namely solute and solvent. solute is the substance which get dissolved and solvent is a substance which takes maximum part in a solution....

 

augustiner

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Augustiner

Answered Mar 09, 2017

Because it is the thing dissolving in to the substance ( tea).
 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Feb 02, 2017

Solute
 

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