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Stack #3130679

concentration how saturated a mixture is
base a non acidic solution
pOH hydroxide ion
acid a corrosive solution
titration slow addition of a new substance
[H3O]+ hydronium
electrolyte liquid that contains ions
pH how acidic or basic something is
end point conclusion of a chemical reaction
solubility how easily something can dissolve
colligative properties properties of a solution
boiling point elevation bolling point rises as anpther element is added
dissociation when molecules seperate
freezing point depression freezing point lowers as more substances are added
Kf potassium flouride
buffer a weak acid or base
[OH] hydroxyde
molarity the concentration of a unit
Kb base dissociation constant.
neutralization canceling out acids or bases
molality properties of a solution
Created by: Courtney.L.M