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ch 15 dissovle

dissolve even out the participle
solution must contortion at least 2 substance
solvent substance that does dissolved
solute The substance being dissolved
2 liquid that are soluble miscible
2 liquid that are not soluble immiscible
saturate contain as much solute as all dissolve at that temperature
unsaturated contain as less solute than will dissolve at that temperate
supersaturated contain more dissolve solute that a saturated solution contain at that temperature
qualitative concentrated has large
salvation the process of surrounding solve particles with solvent particles to form solution
concentration the term concentration refer to a quantitative measurement
Henry law the science of matter; the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances and their properties and reactions
solubility if a substance will dissolve in another they are called soluble
insoluble if a substance will not dissolve in another
dilute has a small amount of solute
surface area more surface area dissolve faster
agitation stirring or shaking dissolves faster
temperature hotter dissolve faster
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