Subject: Wouldn't acid be a better universal solvent than water?
Date: Sat Jan 8 09:23:01 2000
Posted by Karin
Grade level: 7-9
School: Home Bound tutor
City: Pinetop State/Province: AZ
Area of science: Chemistry
I understand that a solvent allows a substance(s) to dissolve and that water is
called the "universal solvent" because it allows so many substances to dissolve.
I understand that a solution is not created by a chemical change. Is acid a
solvent or does it make a chemical change?
Re: Wouldn't acid be a better universal solvent than water?
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