Solution:The property by which a substance dissolves in water is called solubility.
The highest amount of solute that may dissolve in a known quantity of solvent at a particular temperature is referred to as solubility. A solution in a solvent is a homogeneous combination of one or more solutes. Sugar cubes in a cup of tea or coffee are a popular example of a solution. It is determined by the type of solute and solvent, as well as by temperature and pressure.