Sometimes alliteration can be helpful, other times it just makes it harder to remember which definition goes with which word! I think alliteration usually becomes a problem when it comes to the Fluid and Electrolyte terms of Solute, Solvent, and Solution. Three very important words to remember, but unfortunately they also sound very similar so it’s easy to mix them up. Let’s get them straight, once and for all! Here’s a few simplified definitions, then check out the video.
Solute: The particles.
Solvent: The liquid.
Solution: The combination of the particles and the liquid after all the particles are all dissolved.
So will my bad artwork help you remember the definitions of Solute, Solvent, and Solution…or not so much? Either way, leave a comment below and let me know!