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  • 1.  Get ready to write …
  • 2. The stuff that is dissolved Example – the sugar and carbon dioxide in pop
  • 3. The stuff that does the dissolving, it is found in aHIGHER AMOUNT THAN THE SOLUTE Example – the water in pop
  • 4. HAS THE MOST POSSIBLE DISSOLVED Example – the CARBONATION in pop
  • 5. DOES NOT HAVE THE MOST POSSIBLE DISSOLVED Example – the SUGAR in pop
  • 6. HAS MORE THAN THE MOST POSSIBLE DISSOLVED Example – the CARBONATION in pop RIGHT AS YOU OPEN IT, WATER AT THE BASE OF A WATER FALL WITH OXYGEN
  • 7. PERFECTLY EVENLY MIXED forever -EXAMPLE - ALL SOLUTIONS
  • 8. NOT PERFECTLY EVENLY MIXED -EXAMPLE - SALAD, COOKIE, NOT SOLUTIONS
  • 9. LOTSA SOLUTE, LITTLE SOLVENT -EXAMPLE - FROZEN JUICE CONCENTRATE
  • 10. LOTSA SOLVENT, LITTLE SOLUTE -EXAMPLE - PROPEL, THE DRINK
  • 11. HECK YES -EXAMPLE - SUPER TANG, I COULD DISSOLVE MORE!!
  • 12. HECK YES -EXAMPLE - AQUARIUM WATER WITH OXYGEN
  • 13. ALL SUBSTANCES ARE IN LIQUID FORM -EXAMPLE - POP, ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
  • 14. ALL SUBSTANCES ARE IN GAS FORM -EXAMPLE - AIR
  • 15. ALL SUBSTANCES ARE IN SOLID FORM -EXAMPLE - STEEL, “GOLD”, BRASS, PLASTIC
  • 16. JUST ANOTHER WORD FOR SOLUBLE
  • 17. SOLUTION WHERE ALCOHOL IS THE SOLVENT -EXAMPLE - MERCUROCHROME, IODINE- BETADINE
  • 18. HAPPENS WITH THE ADDITION OF A SOLUTE TO ASOLVENT – IN OTHER WORDS “HARDER” TO FREEZE -EXAMPLE - OCEAN FREEZES AT 28 DEGREES, NOT 32
  • 19. HAPPENS WITH THE ADDITION OF A SOLUTE TO ASOLVENT – IN OTHER WORDS “HARDER” TO BOIL -EXAMPLE - OCEAN BOILS AT 216, NOT 212DEGREES
  • 20. WORD USED TO DESCRIBE THE FACT THAT SOMETHINGDISSOLVES IN SOMETHING ELSE -EXAMPLE - SALT IS SOLUBLE IN WATER
  • 21. WORD USED TO DESCRIBE THE FACT THAT SOMETHING WILLNOT DISSOLVE IN SOMETHING ELSE BARELY AT ALL -EXAMPLE - GOLD IS INSOLUBLE WATER
  • 22. PROPERTIES THAT DEPEND ON SOLUTIONCONCENTRATION. -EXAMPLE - FP DEPRESSION, BP ELEVATION
  • 23. Water freezes at 32degF, antifreeze freezes at14deg F, a 50:50 mixture of water and antifreezefreezes at -28deg F. In other words, DON’T USEPURE ANTIFREEZE!