The process of creating a compound, including the synthesis of the chemical elements in compounds, is known as “synthesis.”
Synthesis is typically carried out using a mixture of solvent (e.g., acetone) and solvent (e,g., water).
However, in some instances, a mixture may also be made by mixing a mixture with a gas (e., propane).
A solvent is a mixture that is not a gas or liquid.
In the past, solvant-based synthesis was typically performed in a laboratory by using chemicals or chemicals reactants.
The process involves mixing the chemicals in a solvent or by using a gas.
A chemical reaction is a combination of a compound that is made by combining the solvants of two or more compounds.
This is known in chemistry as a reaction.
Chemical reactions typically involve: mixing (substituting) a substance with other substances