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    • Mrs Teo CC Video clips taken from YouTube.
    • Solutions What is a solution? Watch the video clip to find out.
    • Solutions 1. In a solution, • substance that dissolves - ________. solute • substance that does the dissolving - ________. solvent 2. A solution is made up of ________ and _________. solute solvent 3. The ________ is usually present in greater solvent amount than the ________ . solute
    • Solutions Watch the following video for an explanation on dissolving.
    • Solutions Simple explanation of dissolving: When a substance dissolves in another, it breaks up into particles and go in between the particles of the other. For example when common salt or sugar is added to water, its particles separate and go in between the particles of water. The attraction between the common salt particles and water particles is greater than the attraction of the common salt particles themselves.
    • Solutions What does it mean when we say a solution is dilute or a solution is concentrated? Watch the video to find out.
    • Solutions A dilute solution contains less solute than an equal volume of a concentrated solution. For example, dilute sugar solution is less sweet than concentrated sugar solution because it contains less sugar dissolved in it.
    • Solutions When more and more sugar is dissolved in some water, - solution becomes more and more concentrated - soon some can no longer dissolve We say a saturated solution has been obtained.
    • Solutions Are all substances soluble and is water the only solvent? Watch the video clip for the answer.
    • Solutions Let’s listen to a song -sung by a little kitten who is very glad that he's not soluble.
    • Solutions Not all substances are soluble in water. Some examples are: • superglue dissolves in acetone • grease dissolves in petrol • some types of paint dissolve in turpentine What is the solvent in a bottle of perfume?
    • Solutions Examples of Solutions: alloy-pewter (used to make the objects) copper(II) sugar solution beer sulfate solution coca cola Vinegar (ethanoic acid) alloy-brass (used to wine make the instrument) What is your definition of a solution?
    • Solutions A solutions is a homogeneous mixture of substances. • substances can be solids, liquids or gases • homogeneous means the colour appearance, density and other physical and chemical properties are the same in in every part
    • Solutions Water is called the universal solvent. Why? It can dissolve more substances than any other solvent. Solutions in which water is the solvent are called aqueous solutions.
    • Solutions There are other types of solutions besides those consisting of solids dissolved in liquids (e.g. sugar solution, salt solution).
    • Types of Solutions 1. Solid-Liquid Solutions e.g. sugar solution (sugar dissolved in water), common salt solution iodine (common salt dissolved in water, tincture of iodine (____________ ethanol dissolved in ___________) 2. Liquid-Liquid Solutions ethanol e.g. beer, whisky, brandy, wine (consisting of ______________ dissolved in water) 3. Gas-Liquid Solutions carbon dioxide e.g. carbonic acid ( __________________ gas dissolved hydrogen chloride in water), hydrochloric acid ( ______________________ gas sulfur trioxide dissolved in water), sulfuric acid ( __________________ gas dissolved in water),
    • Types of Solutions 5. Solid-Solid Solutions e.g. brass, bronze, steel, coinage silver, nichrome, solder and pewter • alloys also called ________ • usually prepared by mixing the molten metals together and allowing them to cool 6. Gas-Gas Solution e.g. air (consisting of oxygen, carbon dioxide, noble gases and nitrogen)
    • Solutions Interesting solutions - amalgams - made up of metals such as silver, tin, copper or gold, dissolved in mercury - used in dentistry to fill tooth cavities - tincture of iodine - made up of iodine dissolved in ethanol - used as an antiseptic
    • Solutions There is a limit to the amount of solute that can dissolve in a given amount of solvent at a particular temperature. For example, given some water in a beaker, only a certain mass of sugar can dissolve in it at a given temperature. Any extra sugar added will be left undissolved We say that a saturated sugar solution has been produced.
    • Solutions A solution that contains the maximum amount of solute dissolved in it at a given temperature is called a saturated ___________ solution.
    • Solutions Solubility is the maximum mass of a solute that can dissolve in 100 g of a solvent at a particular temperature.
    • Solubility For example, - 30 g of copper(II) sulfate can dissolve in 100 water at 42 deg C, so we say the solubility of copper(II) sulfate at 42 deg C is 30g. - 66 g of copper(II) sulfate can dissolve in 100 g water at 90 deg C, so we say the solubility of copper(II) sulfate at 90 deg C is 66 g.
    • Solubility The three factors affecting solubility: 1. Temperature of the solvent Generally the higher the temperature of a solvent the greater is the solubility of a solid. However, gases are less soluble when the temperature rises. For example, sugar is more soluble in hot water than cold water. However, oxygen is more soluble in cold water than hot water.
    • Solubility 2. Nature of the solute A substance can be more soluble than another substance in a given amount of the same solvent at the same temperature For example, common salt is more soluble than baking soda in the same amount of water at the same temperature.
    • Solubility 3. Nature of the solvent A substance can be soluble in one solvent but insoluble or only slightly soluble in an equal volume of another solvent at the same temperature. For example, iodine is soluble in ethanol but almost insoluble in water.
    • Rate of Dissolving The three factors affecting rate of dissolving: 1. Rate of stirring The faster a solution is stirred, the faster a solute will dissolve . Stirring sugar in water makes it dissolve more quickly than not stirring it.
    • Rate of Dissolving 2. Temperature of solvent The higher the temperature of a solvent, the faster a solute will dissolve in it. Sugar dissolves faster in hot water than an equal volume of cold water.
    • Rate of Dissolving 3. Surface area of the solute The finer the particles or the bigger the surface area of a solute, the faster it will dissolve in a solvent. Fine sugar dissolves faster in water than an equal mass of rock sugar as it has bigger surface area.
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