A solution that is “holding” as       much as it can.       Saturated
Adding salt to water makes  the boiling point go …           up
A solution that is not “holding”      as much as it can.      unSaturated
Lotsa solvent but little solute         means …           dilute
Moles/liter of solution is…       molarity
The thing being dissolved is        called the …         solute
A solution that is “holding”more than it is supposed to  superSaturated
True or False – water is theonly solvent we can ever use.    False, you could use     alcohol, antifreeze,    mercury, oxy...
Lotsa solute but little solvent         means …    concentrated
If a solution is SATURATED it  must also be concentrated.          True or false.         FALSE
If a solutions is very very    dilute then it must beunsaturated. True or false.        FALSE
If you dissolve as much sugar in water as you possibly canthe solution is saturated AND     concentrated. T or F      TRUE...
Give an example of a solution    which is DILUTE yet         saturated.    Gold ring in a    glass of water
When a solid dissolves in aliquid we say it is SOLUBLE.What do we say when a liquidwill dissolve in another liquid.       ...
I can only get about 0.00002grams of Aluminum hydroxide    to dissolve in a gallon of     water. This solution isSaturated...
ConcentratedSyrup is _______ and       _______     Saturated   (and yummy)
Moles/kg solvent  molality
In doing freezing pointcalculations you must multiply DF         times K times ….          molality
Adding sugar to water makes  the freezing point go…         down
What is the dissociation fact of           NaCl ??               2
What is the dissociation fact of           AlCl3 ??               4
What is the dissociation fact of           sugar ??              1
Properties that depend on thenumber of particles in solution        are called ….       Colligative       properties
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  1. 1. A solution that is “holding” as much as it can. Saturated
  2. 2. Adding salt to water makes the boiling point go … up
  3. 3. A solution that is not “holding” as much as it can. unSaturated
  4. 4. Lotsa solvent but little solute means … dilute
  5. 5. Moles/liter of solution is… molarity
  6. 6. The thing being dissolved is called the … solute
  7. 7. A solution that is “holding”more than it is supposed to superSaturated
  8. 8. True or False – water is theonly solvent we can ever use. False, you could use alcohol, antifreeze, mercury, oxygen, …
  9. 9. Lotsa solute but little solvent means … concentrated
  10. 10. If a solution is SATURATED it must also be concentrated. True or false. FALSE
  11. 11. If a solutions is very very dilute then it must beunsaturated. True or false. FALSE
  12. 12. If you dissolve as much sugar in water as you possibly canthe solution is saturated AND concentrated. T or F TRUE dat
  13. 13. Give an example of a solution which is DILUTE yet saturated. Gold ring in a glass of water
  14. 14. When a solid dissolves in aliquid we say it is SOLUBLE.What do we say when a liquidwill dissolve in another liquid. miscible
  15. 15. I can only get about 0.00002grams of Aluminum hydroxide to dissolve in a gallon of water. This solution isSaturatedand ____________________ dilute
  16. 16. ConcentratedSyrup is _______ and _______ Saturated (and yummy)
  17. 17. Moles/kg solvent molality
  18. 18. In doing freezing pointcalculations you must multiply DF times K times …. molality
  19. 19. Adding sugar to water makes the freezing point go… down
  20. 20. What is the dissociation fact of NaCl ?? 2
  21. 21. What is the dissociation fact of AlCl3 ?? 4
  22. 22. What is the dissociation fact of sugar ?? 1
  23. 23. Properties that depend on thenumber of particles in solution are called …. Colligative properties

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