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part 3

what does "more volatile" mean? requires less kinetic energy for molecules on the surface of the liquid to escape into the vapor phase
Will the vapor of a mixture have a higher percentage of the more volatile component? yes
distillation heating a liquid to produce a vapor that is enriched in the more volatile, and then condensing this vapor to produce a liquid that will be enriched in the volatile component
when do we have a heterogeneous mixture? when the solutes sink to the bottom of the solvent.
particles with physical dimensions of at least what in order to scatter visible light and therefore appear cloudy? dimensions of at least 400 nm and 750 nm
colloids somewhere between a homogenous solution and a heterogenous mixture
hydrophilic means what? water loving
Hydrophilic colloids have solutes with what? structures on their surface that are able to hydrogen bond with water
hydrophobic means what? water fearing
hydrophobic colloids have solutes with what? surface groups that cannot hydrogen bond.
can hydrophobic colloids be prepare in water? no
coagulate clump together
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