Solubility
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• Question 1
30 seconds
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100 mL of H2O can hold 25 g of NaCl. What is the solute?

H2O

NaCl

100 mL

25 g

24 g

• Question 2
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100 mL of H2O can hold 25 g of NaCl. What is the solvent?

H2O

NaCl

100 mL

25 g

24 g

• Question 3
30 seconds
Q.

To increase the solubility of a solid, you should _ the temperature.

increase

decrease

maintain

solubililty

• Question 4
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Q.

To increase the solubility of a gas, you should _ the temperature.

increase

decrease

maintain

solubililty

• Question 5
30 seconds
Q.

In order to dissolve a polar solute, you need a _ solvent

polar

non-polar

hot

cold

• Question 6
60 seconds
Q. If the temperature stays the same, the solubility of gases in liquids
increases with increasing pressure
cannot reach equilibrium
decreases with increasing pressure
does not depend on pressure
• Question 7
30 seconds
Q. What is a solution that has the maximum amount of solute dissolved at a specific temperature and pressure?
Supersaturated
Saturated
Unsaturated
Undefined
• Question 8
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Q. What is a solution called where more amount of solute  CAN BE dissolved at a specific temperature and pressure?
Supersaturated
Saturated
Unsaturated
Undefined
• Question 9
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Q. When the solution is holding more solute than its maximum (by raising the temperature saturating the solution and then lowering the temperature) it is said to be
Supersaturated
Saturated
Unsaturated
Undefined
• Question 10
60 seconds
Q. Which solution would be least likely to carry an electric current?
NaCl
HCl
C6H12O6
CsI
• Question 11
60 seconds
Q. heterogeneous mixture in which some of the particles settle out of the mixture upon standing
solution
colloid
solvent
suspension
• Question 12
180 seconds
Q. Write dissociation equations for the following electrolytes. Show physical states of all species involved!
Ca(NO3)2
Ca(NO3)2(s) -->Ca+(aq) + 2NO3(aq)
Ca(NO3)2(s) -->Ca2+(aq) + 2NO3- (aq)
Ca(NO3)2(s) -->Ca2+(aq) + NO3(aq)
Ca(NO3)-->Ca+ + 2NO3
• Question 13
30 seconds
Q. Which of the following would result in being able to dissolve a greater amount of gas in a
solution?
Heat the gas and solution
Decrease the pressure of the solution
Make the gas an electrolyte
Cool the gas and solution
• Question 14
60 seconds
Q. Which types of compounds dissolve easily in water?
Polar and Nonpolar
Polar and Ionic
Nonpolar and Ionic
Covalent and Nonpolar
• Question 15
30 seconds
Q. Water is a universal solvent because it...
It can be found anywhere
It freezes when it gets cold
floats when frozen
Dissolves most substances
• Question 16
30 seconds
Q. What is a substance that is dissolved in another substance?
solution
solute
solvent
compound
• Question 17
120 seconds
Q. What is a solvent?
The substance that does the dissolving in a solution.
The substance that is being dissolved in a solution.
The mixing of different substances.
The process in which neutral molecules lose or gain electrons
• Question 18
30 seconds
Q. A solution that is considered dilute would be....
Dark in color
Have a strong scent
Have a large amount of solute
Have a small amount of solute
• Question 19
30 seconds
Q. Another name for a homogeneous mixture is
an element.
a solution.
a compound.
• Question 20
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Q. Which of the following is not a way to increase the rate of dissolving
evaporation
stirring
increasing temperature
using a smaller particle size
• Question 21
30 seconds
Q.

A solution is made up of