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CHM1046 Final

Hell on Earth

Saturated Solutions: solvent contains maximum amount of solute at a given temperature.
Unsaturated Solutions: solution containing lesser amount of solute than the maximum amount.
Supersaturated Solutions: solution holding more than maximum amount of solvent.
polar dissolves---- polar
non-polar dissolves--- non-polar
miscible solute dissolves in solvent
immiscible (l)solute dissolves (l)solvent form a heterogeneous mixture
Partially ionize in water: HF + NH3
Completely ionize in water: HCl, HBr, HI
Henry's Law = P(g) = K x C(g)
Molality Moles of solute / kg of solvent
As the concentration of a non volatile solute is increased, the osmotic pressure that is generated in increased.
Created by: adrgallardo