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What are the 2 parts of a solution? (check all that apply)
Which word is the part of a solution that is DISSOLVED?
What is the part of a solution that does the dissolving?
An alloy of brass is made with 34% copper and 66%nickel. What is the solute?
An alloy of brass is made with 34% copper and 66%nickel. What is the solvent?
An alloy of brass is made with 34% copper and 66%nickel. What is the solution?
What is the rule for dissolving? What is it based on?
"like dissolve like", things dissolve what they like
"like dissolve like", things that are ALIKE (similar) dissolve each other
"opposites attract", things that are OPPOSITE dissolve each other
Which substance will oil (nonpolar) dissolve in?
vegetable oil (nonpolar)
salt water (saturated)
a dilute solution (unsaturated)
Looking at the graph, is the solution:
Which of the options is a QUANTITATIVE way to describe concentration?
Check all the options that are QUALITATIVE ways to describe the concentration of a solution?
Which solution is the most concentrated?
When a solution contains less solute than solvent, it is considered to be...
A suspension (where solid solute precipitates out) is considered to be what kind of solution?
When a solution contains the maximum amount of solute that can be dissolved it is...
When a solution contains more than the maximum amount of solute that can be dissolved it is...
Calculate molarity of a substance that has 0.54 moles of NaCl in 2 L of solution.
Calculate molarity for a solution that contains 1.803 moles in 200 mL.
Calculate the number of moles when 3.4 M of NaCl is in 1.87 L.
Calculate the volume when 1.83 moles of NaCl is used to make a 5.4 M solution.
Calculate the molarity when 72.3 g of NaCl is diluted in 0.5 L of solution.
A solution originally at 7 M in 35 mL of solution is diluted until the final volume of solution is 105 mL. What is the new diluted molarity?