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Solution Homogeneous mixture that is the same throughout the sample. You cannot see the individual parts of the solution.
Solute Substance being dissolved into something else.
Solvent Substance that something else is being dissolves INTO.
Concentration How strong or weak the solution is (comparison of solute to solvent).
Conductivity Ability to allow electricity to flow through it.
solubility maximum amount of solute that is able to dissolve into a solvent at a given temperature (no more can be dissolved ) there is the perfect amount
saturated a solution with the exact amount of solute is dissolved into a solvent at a given temperature
unsaturated a solution where more solute can still be dissolved into a solvent at a given temperature
acid substance with pH of less than 7; sour; higher number of H+ ions
base substance with pH of more than 7; slippery and bitter; higher OH- molecules
pH measure of H+ and/or OH ions in a solution; scale of how acidic or basic a material is.
neutral equal pH-neither acid nor base; pH of 7
agitation stirring or mixing
Created by: jparsons