The steps of this process are:
- Fill a container with water (or other solvent)
- Add mixants (is that the right word?) the container
- Stir until all mixants are dissolved/suspended
- Boil off the water (or other solvent)
The substances do not end up chemically reacting during this process. A real-world application of this is in small-scale manufacture of Rocket Candy, where this is used to mix KNO3 and Sucrose so the mixture can later be ignited and will burn more smoothly. Another example is making a cake - all the ingredients end up dissolved or suspended in the batter to mix them, and then the water is boiled off during baking. (Yes, there are also a lot of other things that happen during cake-making.)
What is the name of this process, if it has one? If not, what is a succinct way to describe it or state that this is what is used?