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2015-04-15T19:31:04+05:30
A solvent is a substance which dissolves a solute. When a solvent dissolves into a solute, it creates a solution.
for example:

If i pour salt into a cup of water. The salt is the solute because it's being dissolved and the water is the solvent because it is doing the dissolving. The saltwater is the solution because that's what the solvent and solute make.
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2015-04-15T19:40:57+05:30
SOLUTE: The component of solution present in minute quantity
SOLVENT:The component of solution present in larger proportion
SOLUTION:The homogeneous mixture of two or more substances 
 sugar is solute and water is solvent adding both .we will get sugar water as solution
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