Problem: Two pure chemical substances are likely to mix and form a solution if:The formation of the solution causes an increase in energy. One substance is polar and the other is nonpolar.The formation of the solution causes an increase in randomness. Strong intermolecular attraction between the solute molecules.The more endothermic the reaction. 

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Two pure chemical substances are likely to mix and form a solution if:

  1. The formation of the solution causes an increase in energy. 
  2. One substance is polar and the other is nonpolar.
  3. The formation of the solution causes an increase in randomness. 
  4. Strong intermolecular attraction between the solute molecules.
  5. The more endothermic the reaction. 

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