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A student makes three solutions using the same solid. Here are the recipes. Which solution is the most concentrated? Solid Liquid Solution A 20 g 100 mL Solution B 25 g 100 mL Solution C 30 g 100 mL c
A student makes three solutions using the same solid. The recipes are above. Which solution is the least concentrated? Solid Liquid Solution A 20 g 100 mL Solution B 25 g 100 mL Solution C 30 g 100 mL a
student makes two solutions. Solution 1= 100 mL of water and 24 g . Solution 2 = 50 mL of water and 12 g of the same solid. She puts the two cups on either side of a balance to see which is more concentrated. What is wrong with this student’s procedure She did not use equal volumes
Solution 1 has 2 spoons of salt and 50 mL of water. Solution 2 has 4 spoons of salt and 100 mL of water. Solution 3 has 6 spoons of salt and 150 mL of water. Which solution is most concentrated? Same amounts
Red solution has a mass of 22 g. Yellow solution has a mass of 15 g. Green solution has a mass of 20 g. Blue solution has a mass of 10 g. All solutions are made with 10 mL of water. How would these solutions layer in a straw? Blue yellow green red
Explain why the layers in your “Layering Salt Solutions” lab layered the way they did The solution with the more salt is more concentrated which leaves it on the bottom and the solution with less salt is more desene which leaves it on the bottom.
A student makes two solutions of salt and 100 mL of water. He puts 50 mL in one cup, and 50 mL second cup. He then puts the two cups on a balance. Solution A is lower on the balance compared to Solution B. Which solution is more concentrated? Solution A
A student makes two solutions of salt and 100 mL of water. He puts 50 mL of Solution A in one cup, and 50 mL of Solution B in a second cup. He then puts the two cups on a balance. Solution A is lower on the balance to Solution B. Which has more salt? Solution A
student makes two solutions of salt and 100 mL of water. He puts 50 mL of in one cup, and 50 mL in a second cup. two cups on a balance. Solution A is lower on the balance compared to Solution B. True or False: solution in Cup B is greater than 50 grams True
You are making Kool Aid. Describe how the concentration of the Kool Aid changes as you add more spoons of solute. The concentration changes because as you add more powder the concentration of the solution increases
Solution 1 has 2 spoons of salt and 100 mL of water. Solution 2 has 5 spoons of salt and 200 mL of water. Which solution is more concentrated? Solution 2
Ocean water has more salt compared to river water. If you had a cup of ocean water and a cup of river water and combined them, which would layer on top? River water
I made one pitcher of Kool Aid with 3 spoons of powder and 1000 mL of water and a second pitcher with 1 spoon of powder and 1000 mL of water. Which recipe will be sweeter? The first pitcher
I made one pitcher of Kool Aid with 2 spoons of powder and 1000 mL of water and a second pitcher with 2 spoons of powder and 500 mL of water. Which recipe will be sweeter? The second pitcher
If a solution contains very little solute, how would you describe it? Dilute
If a solution has a lot of solute, how would you describe it? Concentrated
What is the ratio of solute to solvent in a solution? Concentration
You have 60 mL of solution A and 70 mL of solution B. How could you use a balance to determine which solution is more concentrated? To compare the solutions and which one is heavier and more concentrated.
50 mL of Solution X has a mass of 75 g. 50 mL of Solution Y has a mass of 80 g. Which one is more concentrated? Solution Y
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