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what needs to happen for a solute to dissolve in a particular solvent? A) the attractions between the solute and solvent molecules must be greater than the attractions keeping the solute together and the attractions keeping the solvent together. B) the attractions between the solute and solvent molecules must be greater than the attractions between the solvent particles. C) the attractions between the solute and solvent molecules must be greater than the attractions between the solute particles. D) the attractions between the solute and solvent molecules must be less than the attractions keeping the solute together and the attractions keeping the solvent together.

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YaNa2Koo4U

It is a because i looked it up on google

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