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Name:______________________ CH 105 Homework # 1 Reading: 6.1 – 6.5 Suggested extra problems: 6.13 – 6.25, 6.32 – 6.40 What is a solution? How are the solute and solvent related? Describe and explain what happens to the solubility of solid as the temperature of the solution decreases. Describe and explain what happens to the solubility of gas as the temperature of the solution
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Unformatted text preview: increases. Define molarity with an equation and give the units for molarity. What is the concentration, reported in units of molarity, when 140 grams of potassium iodide is added to make a 100 ml solution? Will the potassium iodide all dissolve if the solution is at 20 ° C? What about 10 ° C? Explain how you would make a 250 ml solution of .35M sodium hydroxide....
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