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  1. 1. Title Meaning Solute Solvent Miscible LiquidsImmicible Liquids SolubilitySaturated SolutionsUnsaturated SolutionsSupersarurated Solutions Dilution Electrolytes Nonelectrolyts Colligative PropertiesNonvolatile Solute Raoult’s LawSemipermeable MembraneMolality of SolutionMolarity of Solution End Show
  2. 2. Title Meaning Solute Solvent Miscible LiquidsImmicible Liquids Solubility Is a homogeneousSaturated SolutionsUnsaturated SolutionsSupersarurated Solutions mixture of two or Dilution Electrolytes Nonelectrolyts more substances. Colligative PropertiesNonvolatile Solute Raoult’s LawSemipermeable MembraneMolality of SolutionMolarity of Solution End Show
  3. 3. Title Meaning Solute Solvent Miscible LiquidsImmicible Liquids SolubilitySaturated Solutions The substanceUnsaturated SolutionsSupersarurated Solutions Dilution that is dissolved Electrolytes Nonelectrolyts Colligative PropertiesNonvolatile Solute Raoult’s LawSemipermeable MembraneMolality of SolutionMolarity of Solution End Show
  4. 4. Title Meaning Solute Solvent Miscible LiquidsImmicible Liquids SolubilitySaturated Solutions The dissolvingUnsaturated SolutionsSupersarurated Solutions Dilution medium Electrolytes Nonelectrolyts Colligative PropertiesNonvolatile Solute Raoult’s LawSemipermeable MembraneMolality of SolutionMolarity of Solution End Show
  5. 5. Title Meaning Solute Solvent Miscible LiquidsImmicible Liquids Solubility Two liquids that mixSaturated SolutionsUnsaturated Solutions completely in anySupersarurated Solutions Dilution proportions to form a Electrolytes Nonelectrolyts solution Colligative PropertiesNonvolatile Solute Raoult’s LawSemipermeable MembraneMolality of SolutionMolarity of Solution End Show
  6. 6. Title Meaning Solute Solvent Miscible LiquidsImmicible Liquids Solubility Two liquids that do not mixSaturated Solutions completely to form aUnsaturated SolutionsSupersarurated Solutions solution whatever the Dilution Electrolytes solutions are. Nonelectrolyts Colligative PropertiesNonvolatile Solute Raoult’s LawSemipermeable MembraneMolality of SolutionMolarity of Solution End Show
  7. 7. Title Meaning Solute Solvent Miscible LiquidsImmicible Liquids Solubility The maximum amount ofSaturated Solutions solute that dissolves in a givenUnsaturated SolutionsSupersarurated Solutions amount of solvent at a specific Dilution temperature Electrolytes Nonelectrolyts Colligative PropertiesNonvolatile Solute Raoult’s LawSemipermeable MembraneMolality of SolutionMolarity of Solution End Show
  8. 8. Title Meaning Solute Solvent Miscible LiquidsImmicible Liquids Solubility It contains the maximumSaturated SolutionsUnsaturated Solutions amount of solute that can beSupersarurated Solutions Dilution dissolved in a given amount of Electrolytes solvent at a specific Nonelectrolyts Colligative Properties temperatureNonvolatile Solute Raoult’s LawSemipermeable MembraneMolality of SolutionMolarity of Solution End Show
  9. 9. Title Meaning Solute Solvent Miscible LiquidsImmicible Liquids Solubility The amount of dissolvedSaturated SolutionsUnsaturated Solutions solute is less than theSupersarurated Solutions maximum amount of solute Dilution Electrolytes that can be dissolved in a given Nonelectrolyts Colligative Properties amount of solvent at aNonvolatile Solute specified temperature Raoult’s LawSemipermeable MembraneMolality of SolutionMolarity of Solution End Show
  10. 10. Title Meaning Solute Solvent Miscible LiquidsImmicible Liquids SolubilitySaturated Solutions Solutions that contains moreUnsaturated SolutionsSupersarurated Solutions solute than is contained in the Dilution saturated solution Electrolytes Nonelectrolyts Colligative PropertiesNonvolatile Solute Raoult’s LawSemipermeable MembraneMolality of SolutionMolarity of Solution End Show
  11. 11. Title Meaning Solute Solvent Miscible LiquidsImmicible Liquids Solubility A procedure for preparing aSaturated SolutionsUnsaturated Solutions less concentrated solution bySupersarurated Solutions adding more solvent to a more Dilution Electrolytes concentrated solution Nonelectrolyts Colligative PropertiesNonvolatile Solute Raoult’s LawSemipermeable MembraneMolality of SolutionMolarity of Solution End Show
  12. 12. Title Meaning Solute Solvent Miscible LiquidsImmicible Liquids SolubilitySaturated Solutions Substance that forms ionsUnsaturated SolutionsSupersarurated Solutions when dissolved in water Dilution Electrolytes Nonelectrolyts Colligative PropertiesNonvolatile Solute Raoult’s LawSemipermeable MembraneMolality of SolutionMolarity of Solution End Show
  13. 13. Title Meaning Solute Solvent Miscible LiquidsImmicible Liquids SolubilitySaturated Solutions A substance whose aqueousUnsaturated SolutionsSupersarurated Solutions solutions do not contain ions Dilution Electrolytes Nonelectrolyts Colligative PropertiesNonvolatile Solute Raoult’s LawSemipermeable MembraneMolality of SolutionMolarity of Solution End Show
  14. 14. Title Meaning Solute Solvent Miscible LiquidsImmicible Liquids Properties that depend on the SolubilitySaturated Solutions number of particles of soluteUnsaturated SolutionsSupersarurated Solutions in the solution but not on the Dilution nature of the solute particles Electrolytes Nonelectrolyts Colligative PropertiesNonvolatile Solute Raoult’s LawSemipermeable MembraneMolality of SolutionMolarity of Solution End Show
  15. 15. Title Meaning Solute Solvent Miscible LiquidsImmicible Liquids A solute that is dissolved in a SolubilitySaturated Solutions liquid solvent, thus the solventUnsaturated Solutions particles are blocked by theSupersarurated Solutions Dilution solute particles from Electrolytes evaporating Nonelectrolyts Colligative PropertiesNonvolatile Solute Raoult’s LawSemipermeable MembraneMolality of SolutionMolarity of Solution End Show
  16. 16. Title Meaning Solute Solvent Miscible LiquidsImmicible Liquids This law states that the vapor SolubilitySaturated Solutions pressure of solution is directlyUnsaturated SolutionsSupersarurated Solutions proportional to the mole Dilution fraction of the solvent Electrolytes Nonelectrolyts Colligative PropertiesNonvolatile Solute Raoult’s LawSemipermeable MembraneMolality of SolutionMolarity of Solution End Show
  17. 17. Title Meaning Solute Solvent Miscible LiquidsImmicible Liquids A material that allows the Solubility passage of solvent moleculesSaturated SolutionsUnsaturated Solutions but blocks the movement ofSupersarurated Solutions solute particles Dilution Electrolytes Nonelectrolyts Colligative PropertiesNonvolatile Solute Raoult’s LawSemipermeable MembraneMolality of SolutionMolarity of Solution End Show
  18. 18. Title Meaning Solute Solvent Miscible LiquidsImmicible Liquids Solubility Symbolized by small letter m,Saturated SolutionsUnsaturated Solutions is defined as the number ofSupersarurated Solutions Dilution moles of solute dissolved in a Electrolytes kilogram of solvent Nonelectrolyts Colligative PropertiesNonvolatile Solute Raoult’s LawSemipermeable MembraneMolality of SolutionMolarity of Solution End Show
  19. 19. Title Meaning Solute Solvent Miscible LiquidsImmicible Liquids SolubilitySaturated Solutions Is the number of moles ofUnsaturated Solutions solute per liter of solution, it isSupersarurated Solutions Dilution abbreviated by M Electrolytes Nonelectrolyts Colligative PropertiesNonvolatile Solute Raoult’s LawSemipermeable MembraneMolality of SolutionMolarity of Solution End Show
  20. 20. Title Meaning Solute Solvent Miscible LiquidsImmicible Liquids End SolubilitySaturated SolutionsUnsaturated SolutionsSupersarurated Solutions Dilution Electrolytes Nonelectrolyts Show Colligative PropertiesNonvolatile Solute Raoult’s LawSemipermeable MembraneMolality of SolutionMolarity of Solution End Show
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