The solubility of a solid is affected by the temperature of the solvent, by stirring the solution, and by the degree to which the solid has been broken up into smaller pieces (a finely powdered solid dissolves most easily, of all possible solid forms). The specific solvent being used to dissolve the solid is also obviously a factor, and so is any other solute that is being dissolved simultaneously into the same solvent. Salts make other salts more soluble, a phenomenon with the charming name of "salting in".
For example the magnetic field, the wind speed, the gravitation.
Stirring quickens the rate of solubility of solid in the liquid.
Three factors that affect solubility are temperature, pressure, and the particular properties of the solvent and solute.
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Temperature and polarity are factors that affect the solubility of a particular substance.
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Temperature and polarity.
Solubility of a substance is affected by pressure, type of solvent, and temperature.
effect of temperature on solubility - solid in liquid-most solid become more soluble in a liquid as the temperature rises. effect of pressure on solubility -pressure changes have little effect on solubility if the solute is a liquid or a solid.
Increasing the pressure, the solubility of gases in liquids is increased.