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8th- Solubility

concentration the amount of solute in a solvent expressed as a percent
evaporite the solute (solid) left behind after the solvent (liquid) has evaporated
filtrate the liquid that goes through a filter; this liquid may be a solution
insoluble describes a substance that cannot dissolve
precipitate an insoluble substance that falls out of solution when it can no longer remain dissolved or when it is one of the products of a chemical reaction
saturated describes a solution that has dissolved as much solute as possible
slightly soluble describes a substance that dissolves in small amounts
solubility the amount of a substance being dissolved to make a solution
solution a homogeneous or uniform mixture of two or more substance, at leas tone of which is a solvent; the most common solutions are liquids but gases and solids also form solutions
solvent the substances that dissolve another substance (the solute); because most substances dissolve in water, it is called the universal solvent
supersaturated a solution is holding more solute than it would under normal conditions; made by heating a saturated solution to enlarge the space between the particles of the solvent, adding more solute and then slowly cooling the solution
suspension a mixture that looks uniform when stirred or shaken but that separates into different layers when it is no longer agitated
unsaturated a solution that can hold more solute
Created by: holtzmanscience