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For about 95% of all compounds, solubility in water increases with increasing temperature. Many compounds can have their solubility in water increased or decreased by the presence of another solute.|
Solubilities can be broken into four general classes:
Sparingly soluble materials have very low solubilities such as 0.5 g per liter or (much) lower.
When discussing the solubility of one liquid in another, two additional terms are sometimes used:
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See also: Concentration units, mole, solvent.
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