Chapter 4 - Solution Solvent Homogenousmixtureinwhich2ormore

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Solution Homogenous mixture in which 2 or more  components mix freely Molecules or ions completely intermingled Contains at least two substances Solvent Medium that dissolves the solute Can be gas liquid or solid Present in largest amount
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Aqueous Solution  Liquid water is solvent  Solute  Substance that is dissolved What is a solution? Formation of a solution of iodine molecules in  ethyl alcohol  Ethyl Alcohol=solvent  Iodine= solute
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Concentration Solute to solvent ratio g solute/ g solvent g solute / g solution % concentration = g solute/ 100 g solution Dilute vs Concentrated: Relative  Concentration  Dilute solution: small solute to solvent ratio  (example: eye drops) Concentrated solution: large solute to solvent  ratio (ex: pickle brine – a lot of salt in water)
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Saturated solution 
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2010 for the course CHE 1120 taught by Professor Brown during the Fall '10 term at St. John's.

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Chapter 4 - Solution Solvent Homogenousmixtureinwhich2ormore

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