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chemchp13vocab

chem

TermDefinition
suspension a mixture that appears uniform while being stirred but seperatates into different phases when agitation ceases
colloid a mixture in which small particles are suspended throughout a solvent
solvent the substance in which the solute dissolves to make the solution
solute the substance dissolved in a solution
aqueous describing a slolution in which the solvent is water
concentration the quantity of solute in a specific quantity of solvent or solution
molarity a concentration unit, expressed as moles of solute per liter solution
chromatography a technique for seperating components of a mixture be placing the mixture in a mobile phase that is passed over a stationary phase
distillation a seperation process in whicha liquid component is evaporated from a soltion and the capor is condensed to liquid
solubility the maximum amount of a chemical that will be dissolve in a given quantity of a solvent at a specific tempuraturewhile the solution is in contact with undissolved solute
miscible indicates liquids that will dissolve in each other
immiscible indicates liquids that will not dissolve aooreciably in each other
dissociation a process in which a compund seperates into fragments
Created by: lauren_r_thomas