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Solutions 1,2, & 3

Solutions 1,2, and 3

QuestionAnswer
Solubility the maximum molar concentration of formula units that will dissolve at a given temperature
Saturated Solution solvent has dissolved the maximum amount of solute that is can at a certain temperature and some solid solute remains on the bottom
Q=Ksp system is at equilibrium
Q>Ksp a precipitiate will form
Q<Ksp NO precipitate will form
Relation of Gas Solubility and Temperature as temperature increases, the solubility of the gas decreases
Henry's Law The solubility of a gas is directly proportional to the partial pressure of that gas above the solution
Liquids solutions experience 4 properties Vapor Pressure, Boiling Point Elevation, freezing Point Depression, and Osmotic Pressure
Raoult's Law: Non-Volatile Solute Psolvent=Xsolvent*PoSolvent(Vapor Pressure of the pure solvent)
Raoult's Law: Volatile Solute Psolvent=Xsolvent*PoSolvent Psolute=Xsolute*PoSolute
Ideal Solutions Ptotal=Psolvent+Psolute
Non-Ideal Solutions Ptotal<Psolvent+Psolute
Boiling Point Elevation
Created by: dude97