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Dissolving - 4learning
Solids do not disappear when they dissolve in a liquid. You can get them back by evaporating the liquid away, leaving the solid behind.
When a solid dissolves, tiny bits of it come off and become part of the liquid. How quickly a solid dissolves depends on what you do to it.
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