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I have read all the time that liquids are dissolved by other liquids e.g. how a small organic molecules (l) are dissolved in organic solvents (like dissolves like)etc. However when looking for a definition of dissolving I came across 'saturated solution' and don't see how this works with a liquid solvent and solute. Can a liquid be 'dissolved' or is it just 'miscible' and is there a difference between the two?
Re: Do liquids dissolve liquids?
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