What Is the Difference between Melting and Dissolving?


The difference between melting and dissolving is that melting involves a change of the physical state from a solid to a liquid while dissolving is a process in which liquid solute or solid solute compound dissolves to form a solution. Dissolving requires a solute, but melting doesn't. The rate of dissolution and melting depends on the chemical components of solute and solvent.
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melting is the change from solid to liquid. dissolving is when one substance (be it solid, liquid or gas) mixes equally with another substance (be it solid, liquid or gas) without
1. Scrape as much of the hot melt glue as possible off of the surface with a razor blade or putty knife. If the surface is a delicate surface such as painted wood, use a plastic putty
melting is when a substance changes frm de solid to the liquid state, often due to a rise in temperature. but dissolving is when a substance is added to a solvent and mixes with it
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