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Solutions flashcards

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When a solid splits up and mixes with a liquid to make a solution. dissolving
Separating things that have not dissolved from a liquid. The liquid is passed through a filter to do this. filtering
A solid that will not dissolve. insoluble
A lot of different things jumbled up together. mixture
A solid that can dissolve in a liquid is.. soluble
The solid that has dissolved in a liquid to make a solution. solute
Formed when a solid has dissolved in a liquid. solution
The liquid that has dissolved a solid to make a solution. solvent
Another word for see-through. transparent
A liquid turning into a gas. evaporation
Chemicals from rocks that have dissolved in water. salts
A gas turning into a liquid. condensing
The process of separating a liquid from a solution by evaporating the liquid and then condensing it. distillation
A substance that does not have anything else in it. pure
Water as a gas. Also called steam. water vapour
The dried piece of paper produced by chromatography. chromatogram
Separating dissolved solids from one another. The solids are usually coloured. chromatography
A solution that contains as much dissolved solid as it possibly can. saturated
The amount of a solid that will dissolve in 100 g of a liquid. solubility
A factor in an experiment that can change. variable
Created by: grovebiol
 

 



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