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Water has distinct and negative ends, so it is called_______. Polor
Dissolved molecules in solution. Solute
Dissolving medium. Solvent
Process by which the + and - ends become surrounded by solvent molecules. Solvation
All of the solute exists as ions. Strong electrolyte
Compound that conducts electrical current. Electrolyte
Does not conduct an electrical current. Nonelectrolyte
Conducts electrical current poorly. Weak electrolyte
True or False: Electrolytes have no use in your body. False
Amount of solute that dissolves in a give quantity of solvent. Solubility
Two liquids dissolve in one another. Miscible
Contains more than maximum amount Supersaturated
Solution contains less solute than a saturated solution. Unsaturated
Liquids are insoluble with another. Immiscible
contains the maximum amount of solute in a solvent at a given temperature. Saturated
Created by: merlina2706