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Colligative Props

cava s2d23 303 2.07 Colligative Properties

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The colligative properties of a solution are those linked to the [...] of the solute that is in a particular solvent; not the [...] of the solute. The colligative properties of a solution are those linked to the amount of the solute that is in a particular solvent; not the identity of the solute.
[...]-point depression is one type of colligative property. Freezing-point depression is one type of colligative property.
Freezing-point depression is the [-ing] of the freezing-point of the solvent. Freezing-point depression is the lowering of the freezing-point of the solvent.
When you add salt to ice, you [...] the freezing/melting point of the ice... this may cause the ice to melt. When you add salt to ice, you lower the freezing/melting point of the ice... this may cause the ice to melt.
[...]-point elevation is another example of a colligative property. Boiling-point elevation is another example of a colligative property.
Vapor pressure is determined by the [...] rate of a solution in a sealed system. Vapor pressure is determined by the evaporation rate of a solution in a sealed system.
[...] pressure is the force exerted by a gas that lies above the solution in a sealed system. Vapor pressure is the force exerted by a gas that lies above the solution in a sealed system.
The addition of a solute to a solution decreases the [...] area exposed to the air for evaporation. The addition of a solute to a solution decreases the surface area exposed to the air for evaporation.
The [...] of solute (not the [...] of the solute) is the key factor in determining the effect on a solvent's colligative properties. The number of moles of solute (not the properties of the solute) is the key factor in determining the effect on a solvent's colligative properties.
Colligative properties are unique for each [...]. Colligative properties are unique for each solvent.
When you add salt to ice, you lower the freezing/melting point of the ice... this may cause the ice to [...]. When you add salt to ice, you lower the freezing/melting point of the ice... this may cause the ice to melt.
Boiling-point [...] is another example of a colligative property. Boiling-point elevation is another example of a colligative property.
Freezing-point [...] is one type of colligative property. Freezing-point depression is one type of colligative property.
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