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lec_06_chap_13 - CHEMISTRY 2B Chapter 13 Why study...

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CHEMISTRY 2B 1 TOUPADAKIS Lecture 6 Chapter 13 Slide 1 of 46 Chapter 13 How does antifreeze work at the molecular level? How does salt work in melting ice on the roads? Why does sea water has higher boiling point than spring water? Why does a swimmer’s fingers appear to be wrinkled? If you mix one liter of water with one liter of ethyl alcohol you do not get two liters of solution but less. Why? Why study solutions? In order to answer questions like:
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CHEMISTRY 2B 2 TOUPADAKIS Lecture 6 Chapter 13 Slide 2 of 46 Lecture 6 Solutions: Terminology. Common solutions. Ways of expressing concentration. What is H solution ? Ideal versus non-ideal solutions. Molecular versus ionic solutions. Hydration Energy: H hydration
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CHEMISTRY 2B 3 TOUPADAKIS Lecture 6 Chapter 13 Slide 3 of 46 Solutions: Definitions Solution – A homogeneous mixture, uniform throughout. Solvent – The substance present in larger amount in a solution. Solute – In the case of a solution of a gas or solid dissolved in a liquid, the gas or solid is the solute; in other cases, the component in smaller amount is the solute. A solution may have several solutes, which are generally present in lesser amounts than what the solvent is.
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CHEMISTRY 2B 4 TOUPADAKIS Lecture 6 Chapter 13 Slide 4 of 46 Common Solutions
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