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Solutions, Acids, & Bases

Solution A homogeneous mixture
Solute The substance that is dissolved into another
Solvent The substance that dissolves another substance
Aqueous solution A solution with water as the solvent
Solubility A measure of the ability of a given solute to dissolve in a given solvent
Concentration A measure of how much solute is dissolved into a solvent
Saturated solution A solution that can not dissolve any more material
Unsaturated solution A solution that can hold more dissolved material
Supersaturated solution A solution that is temporarily holding more material than normally able at its temperature
Acid A solution with an excess of H+ ions
Base A solution with an excess of OH- ions
Indicator A material that changes color when exposed to an acid or a base
pH The proportion of free H+ (or H30+) ions in solution
Strong acid An acid with a very low pH that dissociates completely in solution
Strong base A base with a very high pH that ionizes completely in solution