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What will happen when solute-solute forces are stronger than solute-solvent?

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In order to form a solution, the solute must be surrounded, or solvated, by thesolventSolutes successfully dissolve into solvents when solute-solvent bonds are stronger than either solute-solute bonds or solvent-solvent bonds.

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