These two terms has been frequently used in Physical Chemistry by Atkins. He describes Raoult's Law using ideal solution while Henry's law using ideal-dilute solution.
I thought, at first they were same but Atkins in order to contrast the two laws presented graphs in which one curve was for ideal solution & another was for ideal-dilute solution. Though he wrote two different sections for these solutions, I really couldn't contrast what the difference actually is between ideal solution & ideal-dilute solution. I googled it but to vain! Can anyone please help what he is trying to say by these two terms?