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Solutions and solubi

Solutions and Solubility

What is a concentration? Concentration is the ratio between a solute and a solvent.
What is hydration? The process of surrounding ions in water.
What is Dissociation Dissociation is the separation of of ions that occur when an ionic compound disolves.
When two liquids can mix together, what are they? Miscible.
When two liquids can't mix well together, what are they? Immiscible.
What is a surfactant? A surfactant is a compound that can relieve the surface tension of a solvent
What is a Saturated Solution? A saturated solution is when a solution contains the maximum amount of solute in a given temperature and pressure
What is a Unsaturated Solution? A unsaturated solution doesnt contain the maximum amount of solute in a given temperature and pressure
What is a super saturated solution? A super Saturated solution is a solution that has more than the maximum amount of solute in a given temperature and pressure
Formula Equation Same thing as a chemical equation.
What is a total Ionic compound? A total ionic compound is a compound that shows all soluble compounds as if they were dissociated
What is a net ionic compound? A chemical equation, slimmed down to just the reactants
In a neutralization reaction between an acid and a base, what is always produced? Water.
An acid is made of fluorine and water. What would it be called? Hydrofluoric Acid.
An acid is made up of Carbonate (CaCO3, what would it be called? Hydrocarbonic acid.
An Acid is made up of Carbonite (CaCO2), what would it be called? Hydrocarbonous acid.
A Base is made of Hydroxide and Sodium, what is it called? Sodium Hydroxide.
What is the difference between strong acids and a weak acid? Strong acids completely ionize with water while weak acids only semi ionize with water.
What is Titration? A procedure used to find the concentration of a solution using a standardized solution.
What is a titrant? The standardized solutionused in a titration.
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