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chemistry test notes

the rapid escape of a gas from the liquid in which its dissolved effervescence
dissolves in water to give a solution that conducts electric current electrolyte
uniform composition throughout homogeneous
a solution process with water as the solvent hydration
liquid solutes ad solvents that are not soluble in each other immiscible
liquid solutes and solvents that are able to dissolve freely in one another miscible
a substance that dissolves in water to give a solution that does not conduct an electric current non-electrolyte
the dissolving medium in a solution solvent
amount of substance required to form a saturated solution with a specific amount of solvent at a specified temp. solubility
a substance dissolved in a solution solute
a homogeneous mix of two or more substances in a single phrase solution
particles are so large they settle out unless the mix is constantly stirred or agitated suspension
things dissolve process of dissolving, molecules of the solute are inserted into a solvent and surrounded by its molecule
to make a saturated solution add solute, stir/ repeat until no more will dissolve
to make a supersaturated solution add solute stir/ heat the solution/ add more solute/repeat/and let cool slowly
3 ways to make a solid dissolve faster in liquid heat, stir, or break into smaller particles
a define the Tyndall effect and how it can be used can be used to distinguish between solutions and collides
temp. and pressure affect the solubility of gas in liquid (like pop) increase solubility
same but in liquids little affect
henrys law the solubility of a gas in a liquid proportional
tell the difference between a solution and colloid and suspension solution is a mix of two in a single phrase, colloids mix with particles larger than solution but smaller than suspension , suspension mix with particles that slowly settle out
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