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bonus opportunity for chapter 12

Miscible when two liquids form a homogeneous mixture
Immiscible when liquids separate after mixing (oil and vinegar)
example of a metal alloy 14 carrot gold (gold mixed with silver)
amalgam a solution that contains mercury
most common type of solutions? liquid
Solvation dissolving process in solid in liquid solutions
hydration solvation in water
dissociation when solvent molecules break up crystals into ions
Ionizaiton when covalent compounds for ions when they dissolve
Diffusion most commonly occurs in solid in gaseous solutions
Ionic compounds break up into.. their individual atoms
Covalent compounds break up into.. their individual molecules
like always dissolves.. like
immiscible when a mixture cant mix
miscible when a mixture is homogenous
soluble able to be dissolved
insoluble unable to be dissolved
unsaturated when you can add more solute into the solvent
saturated when the mixture between solute and solvent is perfect and no more can be added
super saturated when too much solute is added and oversaturated the solvent
dynamic equalibrium when dissolving a salt and forming of a salt happen at the same rate
what does having hotter solvents do? they have particles that move faster and dissolve the solvent quicker
what do more collisions make? more collisions=quicker dissolving
surface area affects what? more surface area dissolves smaller things quicker
effervesce the escaping of a gas from a liquid and gas solution
concentration the measurement of number of solute particles in a certain volume of solvent
Created by: camman22ky