LEC 07 CHAP 13 - Lecture 7 Solution Formation as a Process...

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TOUPADAKIS Lecture 7 Chapter 13 Lecture 7 Solution Formation as a Process Towards Equilibrium. Solubility Curves. Henry’s Law: Solubility of Gases. Raoult's Law: Vapor Pressure Lowering. Fractional Distillation. Azeotropic Solutions.
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TOUPADAKIS Lecture 7 Chapter 13 Solution Formation as a Process Towards Equilibrium Unsaturated solution The solution which contains less solute than the solvent is capable of dissolving under the given conditions. Saturated solution The solution that contains the maximum quantity of solute that is normally possible at the given temperature. The quantity of dissolved solute remains constant with time because dissolution and crystallization occur at the same rate. We say that the solution is in a state of dynamic equilibrium. . Supersaturated solution The solution which contains more solute than normally expected for a saturated solution. Solubility
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