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Solutions/Acids/Base

solutions, solubility, abs Concentration Neumeyer 8

TermDefinition
solution mixture that has the same composition color, density and taste throughout
solute substance being dissolved
solvent substance doing the dissolving
increase in temperature this speeds up particles causing them to bump into each other; breaking apart and coming in contact with solvent
stirring brings more solvent in contact with solute
increase surface area by breaking up a solid for instance by crushing it into into powder allows more solvent to come in contact with solute
solubility maximum of solute that can be dissolved in a given amount of solvent at a given temperature
concentration percent by volume of a solute in a solvent
concentration large amount of solute in solvent
diture small amount of solute in solvent
saturated contains all the solvent it can hold at a given temperature
unsaturated able to dissolve more solvent at given temperature
supersaturated contains more solute than a saturated one solution is unstable
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