What are three factors that affect the rate at which something will dissolve?

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Apr 29, 2017

Answer:

#"(i) particle size of the solute:"# smaller particle size will favour dissolution.

Explanation:

#"(ii) temperature of the solvent:"# dissolution is generally a bond-breaking process, which is favoured by higher temperatures.........

#"(iii) intrinsic solubility of the solute:"# a solute might have good or indifferent solubility in the solvent.

So there are three. These are both kinetic and thermodynamic factors. Do I win £5-00?