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solutions in general

rate of solution how quickly a solute dissolves
what size particle is easier to dissolve small because there is less to dissolve
how can you tell when a solution is saturated when there is a thin layer of the solute at the bottom of the comtainer is when the solution is saturated.
why does stirring cause the solute to diissolve more quickly it mixes the the solute into the solution
solubility property that substances have of dissolving in solvents.
how are mixtures and solutions the same they both use at least 2 components
charactoristics of mixtures easily seperated
charactoristicss of solutions 1. not easily seperated2. completely dissolved
why is a solution classified as a mixture A solution is still a mixture but it is dissolved. It's a mixtured because technically you do the same thing you do to make a mixture, but you get different results. even though the results are different, properties of the substance do not change.
properties of a substance are the same even after being cimbined in a mixture yes
how do you know when something is a solution the solute dissolves into the water and isnt easily seperated
3 factors that affect the rate of dissolving 1. stirring 2. Temperature 3.size
concentrated dark and strong. there is more solute than solvent.
Diluted light and weak. there is more solvent then solute.
what happens when 2 solutes are put into 1 solvent a chemical reaction occurs
percipitate solid material that forms as a product of a reaction
reactants starting chemicals
2 factors that affect concentration amount of solute and amount of solvent
how does a solution become concentrataed The more material dissolves in a liquid the more concentrated
what makes particles move more quickly heat
Created by: Bless101