Solutions

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Solutions

  1. 1. 1. 2. A D 3. C 4. B Dissolve A. Disperse and disappear into a liquid Solute B. A mixture of a liquid and a solid Solvent C. The substance doing the dissolving Liquid Solution D. The substance being dissolved
  2. 2. Solutions  Dissolve- to disperse and Key disappear terms…  Soluble- able to dissolve  Insoluble- not able to dissolve
  3. 3. Solutions  Solute- substance being Key dissolved terms…  Solvent- substance doing the dissolving
  4. 4. Solutions  Solution- a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances Other SOM
  5. 5. Solutions  For this class:  It’s a solid dissolved in a liquid  The liquid will most likely be:  Water  Salt water is an example
  6. 6. Solutions  Properties:  Solute must completely dissolve  Usually transparent  Molecules are so small they do not block light  Parts never settle out
  7. 7. Solutions  Some liquid solutions do not contain water  Gasoline  Alcohol as the solvent tincture
  8. 8. Solutions  Other states of matter can form solutions like:  Air- a solution of N2, O2, and other gasses Definition
  9. 9. Solutions  Soda- a solution of a gas dissolved in a liquid
  10. 10. Solutions  Alloy- a solid  Brass- zinc solution of and copper two metals
  11. 11. What factors affect solubility?  That’s what the labs are for!

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