# Is it possible to have same mass and volume for a solvent and its solution

Is there any solute-solvent interaction possible, in such a way that a solvent with mass X grams and volume Y litres, and a solute with mass A grams and volume B litres, to form a solution that has exactly the same mass and volume as that of the solvent (X grams and Y litres)?

• Not exactly exactly, but if $X \gg A$ ... ;-) – Klaus-Dieter Warzecha Feb 5 '17 at 10:25
• I think you wrote this down wrongly, because the mass does of course not change . Do you mean you want to add something to 1 litre of solvent, and still have exactly one liter of solution? Or do you want that the volume of the solution is exaclty the sum of the volumes of solute and solvent? – Karl Feb 5 '17 at 14:02