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solutions chapter 7

the interaction between a solute molecule and its surrounding solvent molecules solvation
because of its polarity and hydrogen bonding activity, water can dissolve electrically charges substancespolar substancespolar bonding substances
solute-water interactions is called hydration (special case of solvation)
liquids in gas and solids in gas are not soluble suspensions
liquids in gas mists or fog
solids ingassmoke smoke
solutions in water aqueous solutions
when less than that limit is dissolved unsaturated
when the limit is reached saturated
quantative measure of a fixed amount of solute that will disolve in a fixed amoutn of solvent at a specific temperature solubility
NaCl= 35.9g/100mL 35.9% by weight
the ratio of the amount of solute to amount of solution in which it is dissolved concentration
formula of concentration concentration = amount of solute/ amount of solution
moles solutedissolved per liter of solution molarity
dilution molesconcentrated solution = molesdilute solution
dilution formula Mconcentrated x Vconcentrated = Mdilute x Vdilute
Created by: Isatta