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AQUEOUS

Something made up of water. Aqueous compounds are sometimes soluble in water and other times are not. The formation of an aqueous solution arises when a compound dissolves in water. In the off-chance that the compound does not dissolve then it becomes a solid precipitate. Some examples of aqueous solutions are seawater, coca cola and certain solutions such as base and acid. Liquid that does not possess water are considered examples of non-aqueous solutions.