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Solubility

All Things Solutions

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Solutions are also called... Homogeneous Mixtures
True or False, solutions CAN be separated by physical means True!
The ____ is the part of the solution that GETS DISSOLVED. Solute
The ____ is the part of the solution that DOES THE DISSOLVING. The Solvent
_____ is considered the Universal Solvent. Water
A solution that is holding more solute than normal for that temperature is considered ? Supersaurated
A solution that is holding less solute than normal for that temperature is considered ? Unsaturated
A solution that is holding the perfect amount of solute for that temperature is considered ? Saturated
The relationship for solubility is IN GENERAL.. As temperature increases, the amount of solute that will dissolve will... Increase
If something is SOLUBLE, it will.... Dissolve
If something is INSOLUBLE, it will... Not Dissolve
Kool-Aid is scooped into water. Which is the SOLUTE in this solution? The Kool-Aid mix
Kool-Aid is scooped into water. Which is the SOLVENT in this solution? The Water
Kool - Aid dissolved in water is an example of a Homogeneous Mixture, or a ____? Solution
True or False - The air you breathe is a solution. True - It is Oxygen(21%) mixed into Nitrogen (78%) and some trace amounts of others like water vapor, carbon dioxide,Argon, etc.
Name 3 ways to increase the rate of a solid dissolving into a liquid Heat, Crush or Stir
Why does crushing increase the dissolving of a solid into a Liquid? It increases the Surface Area of the solid.
Name 2 ways to get a GAS to dissolve into a Liquid. Increase the pressure and cool the liquid.
How does adding salt to a solution change the BOILING POINT? It interferes with the boiling process making the temp to boil even higher.
How does adding salt to a solution change the FREEZING POINT? It interferes with the freezing process making the temp to freeze even colder.
Created by: chamberlin819