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Old   March 5, 2005, 00:00
Default solid particle + water
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Hi, if I have created a variable compassion mixture. It has created from two materials. The 1st one is a solid particle. The 2nd is water at 25 C. The thermodynamic state of the mixture is defined as liquid. Is this means solid particles are dissolved in the water and created that variable compassion mixture.

If No, How can create an aqueous solution with a certain salt concentration. Also, if no, what is the meaning of thermodynamic state as a liquid however it is two phases liquid and solid.
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