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Andrew Rosen Solution: A homogeneous mixture (one substance dissolved in another) One phase Even distribution Transparent: Particles are so small that a beam of light will pass through (Tindall effect) Passes through filter paper Solubility: Amount of substance that’s dissolved in 100.g H 2 O at a given temp. Solute: The substance being dissolved and usually the smaller quantity Solvent: The substance doing the dissolving medium H 2 O – Universal solvent because water is polar and will dissolve ionics and polars. (H is partially positive and O is partially negative) “Likes dissolve likes” Salvation: When a solvent surrounds a solute to break it apart (Hydration – with water) Saturated: A solvent holds as much solute as it can at a given temp. Rate of dissolving = rate of crystallizing Unsaturated: Solvent can still hold solute (no reached saturation point) Supersaturated: Solvent is holding more solute then it should at a given temp. Heat, add solute, stir, cool and leave undisturbed (unstable)
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course CHEM 101 taught by Professor Me during the Spring '11 term at Bellarmine.

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