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Unite 10: Solutions

Solution A homogenous mixture of substances in the same physical state
Solute The substances dissolved in a solution
Solvent The substance in which the solute is dissolved
Aqueous solution A solution in which water is the solvent
Trincture a solution in which alcohol is the solvent
Suspensions large particles, solute will settle out
Colloids intermediate sized particles
Solutions small particles, solutions will not settle out
Tyndall Effect scatters light
Miscible when two substances may be mixed in all proportions
Immisicble when two substances cannot be mixed appreciabilty
Saturated solution a solution that contains the maximum amount of dissolved solute
Percipitate a deposit formed when excess solid solute is added to a saturated solution
Unsaturated solution solution that has not reached its saturation point
Solubility the amount of solute needed to produce a saturated solution with a given amount of solvent
Supersaturated solution a solution prepared at high temperatures, solution has more solute than it can hold, unstable
Concentration the quantity of solute relative to the quantity of solvent
Dilute solution containing a relatively small quantity of solute
Concentrated solution containing a relatively large quantity of solute
Colligative Properties effect of solute on solvent
Vapor Pressure pressure exerted by particles of vapor above a liquid
Electrolytes produce ions when they dissolve in soultion
Dissociation break up into ions
Created by: owenwelsh