If we look at solvent meaning: it is a substance of the solution which can dissolve the solute within itself. A solvent can break the interaction between solute-solute molecules and make them suspend freely to make a solution. There are two main types of solvents: Polar solvents and Non-Polar Solvents; polar solvents are the type of solvents in which atoms have moderate differences in their electronegativity. And the atoms of non-polar solvents don’t have large differences in their electronegativity. A solvent is mostly in a liquid state, but it can be solid and gaseous as well; for example, brass is a solid solution that contains a solid solvent. The solubility of a solvent depends upon the properties of that solvent, including polarity. There are various examples of solvents in our daily life; for example, water, which can dissolve various solutes in itself, is a solvent.

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