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chapter 13

the salt that is dissolved in water to make a solution is called the Solute
When substances are dissolved in water the effect is to Raise the boiling point and lower the freeszing point
The amount of substance that can dissolve in a solvent may be affected, expect by stirring
a solution that contains the maximum amount of solute specified by the soluability a t a given tempurature is said to be saturated
Two liquids are likely to be immicible if one has nonpolar molecules and the other has polar molecules
A coumpund that experiences only a small degree of dissociation into ions in an aqueous solution is said to be an weak electrolyte
the quintity of solute in a specific quantity of solvent or solution is called concentration
a substance that, when dissolved in a solvent, increases the solvent's conductivity electrolyte
what are two purposes for using antifreeze in our cars? lower freezing point, raise boiling point
why can someone o.d. on vitamin A, but not vitamin B? vit. A, is fat soluble and vit. B, is water soluble.
what conditions are required during bottling to get as much carbon dioide gas dossolved into a bottle of diet coke? high pressure, low temp
how would you get sugar to dossolve the fastest in water? stir, to dossolve QUICKER and heat it to dissolve even faster followed by more sugar
any mixture that is homogenous on a microscopic level solution
the substance dissolved in a solution (smaller amount) solute
the substance where the solute dissolves to make the solution solvent
the soluability if a gas______as the tempurature of the solvent is increased decreases
Created by: lauren_r_thomas