What does it mean to solute molecules in a solution ?
Dissolution is the process by which a solute forms a solution in a solvent. The solute, in the case of solids, has its crystalline structure disintegrated as separate ions or molecules form. For liquids and gases, the molecules must be adaptable with those of the solvent for a solution to form. “To solute molecules in a solution” isn’t a quite correct expression, but, to solute a substance in a solvent, means to transfer the molecules of a certain chemical compound from its original state into liquid phase of the solvent by mechanical mixing (for the solid and liquid compounds) or barbotating through the solvent (for gaseous substances) in order to obtain a solution – homogeneous liquid system, which contains both solvent and dissolved substance.