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Science - Solutions

DMS - Science - Solutions

acid substance with a pH lower than 7 on a pH scale
aqueous Solution in which water is the solvent
base substance with a pH above 7 on a pH scale
concentrated solution containing a large amount of solute permanent of solvent
concentration Measure of the amount of solute in a solution compared to the amount of solvent
dilute solution that contains a small amount of solute per amount of solvent
indicator compound that reacts with acidic and basic solutions and changes color at different pH values
mixture combination of substances that can be seperated by physical means
neutralization interaction between acids and bases/properties of each are canceled out and a neutral solution is produced
pH measure of how acid or basic a solution is
saturated solution that contains the total amount of solute that it can hold
solute substance that dissolves into another substance
solution homogeneous mixtures made up of two or more materials where one material seems to disappear into the other. Can be unsaturated, saturated, supersaturated and can be classified as gaseous, liquid, or solid
solvent substance that dissolves the solute
Created by: jdolphin