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Solubility Terms - SMS

precipitate to cause a solid substance (solute) to be separated from a solution
unit of concentration grams of solute per 100 ml of solvent
concentrated solution a solution with a large amount of solute dissolved in it
concentration describes how much solute is dissolved in a given volume of solvent
dilute solution a solution with only a small amount of solute dissolved in it
mixture two of more sustances combined in a way that they can be separated easily
solution a uniform mixture of particles too small to be seen in which one or more substances is dissolved in another
compound is made of two or more elements in definate proportions, and is chemically bonded
solvent a substance which dissolves another substance
saturated solution a solution with as much solute as can be dissolved at that specific temp. & pressure
solute the substance which is dissolved by another substance
solubility the ability of a substance to be dissolved
sulfuric acid dissolves some substances that will not dissolve in water
hydrogen gas that called inflamable air
Carbon Monoxide cant burn or melt and is in fire extinguisher
methane is also named marsh gas and is produced by vegetables
ph 1-6 when there are more H+ ions than OH- ions
ph 7 when there's the same amount of H+ ions as OH- ions
ph 8-14 when there are more OH- ions than H+ ions
Created by: SimardRR