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unit 1-section 4

vocab words

QuestionAnswer
Specific heat the heart in calories required to raise the temperature of gram of a substance one degree centigrade
Solubility the amount of solute dissolved in 100gHtz at a specific temperature
Saturated being the most concentrated solution that can persist in the presence of an excess of the dissolved substance
Specific heat the heart in calories required to raise the temperature of gram of a substance one degree centigrade
Solubility the amount of solute dissolved in 100gHtz at a specific temperature
Supersaturated containing an amount of a substance greater than that required for saturation as a result of having been coded from a higher temperature to a temperature below that at which saturation occurs
Saturated being the most concentrated solution that can persist in the presence of an excess of the dissolved substance
Unsaturated capable of absorbing or dissolving more of something
Base a chemical substance that reacts with an acid to form a salt and turns red litmus paper blue
Supersaturated containing an amount of a substance greater than that required for saturation as a result of having been coded from a higher temperature to a temperature below that at which saturation occurs
Neutralization the quality or state not electrically charged and neither a base or acid
Acid a chemical compound that tastes sour and forms a water solution which turns blue litmus paper red
Titration a method or the process of determining the concentration of a dissolved substance in terms of the smallest amount of a reagent of known concentration required to bring about a given effect in reaction with a known volume of the test solution
Base a chemical substance that reacts with an acid to form a salt and turns red litmus paper blue
pH the negative logarithm of the effective hydrogen-ion concentration of hydrogen-ion activity in gram
Neutralization the quality or state not electrically charged and neither a base or acid
Titration a method or the process of determining the concentration of a dissolved substance in terms of the smallest amount of a reagent of known concentration required to bring about a given effect in reaction with a known volume of the test solution
pH the negative logarithm of the effective hydrogen-ion concentration of hydrogen-ion activity in gram equivalents per liter used in expressing both acidity and alkalinity on a scale whose values run from 0 to 14 with 7 representing neutrality, numbers less
than 7 increasing acidity, and numbers greater than 7 increasing alkalinity
Boyle's law the principle that at a constant temperature tha volume of a confined ideal gas varies inversely with its pressure
Charles' law the principle that all gases expand equally for the same rise of temperature if they are held at constat pressure or volume
Combined Gas law shows the relationships between pressure, volume and temperature by using the combination of Charles' law, Boyle's law and Gay-Lussac's law
Directly proportional the value of the result will increase with the increase of the parameter
Indirectly proportional the value of the result will decrease if the parameter increases
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