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review of solubility

part of solution that gets mixed in solute
2 liquids that always dissolve in each other miscible
solution that has less than the max amount of solute unsaturated
ways of increasing dissolving rate of solute stirring, increase temperature, increase surface area
solution that has the max amount of solute saturated
another name for a solution homogeneous mixture
part of solution that does the mixing ex. water solvent
2 liquids that never dissolve in each other immiscible
general rule for deciding if solute will dissolve like dissolves like
solution that has more than the max amount of solute supersaturated
moles of solute divided by liters of solution molarity (M)
S1/P1 = S2/P2 Henry's Law (of solubility)
Created by: cadetjt