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Solutions and Solubility Experiment 10
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Solutions A solution is a homogenous mixture!
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Solubility The solubility is the amount of solute needed to reach a state of equilibrium between a saturated solution and undissolved solute.
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Solubility Solubility can be general or have a specific numerical value. The solubility of a substance is generally given as the number of grams of the substance that will dissolve in 100g of the solvent at a given temperature.
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Gases in Liquids Each gas will have a different solubility for the same liquid, meaning that the solubility of a gas in a given liquid is a property of the gas. Solubility of a gas will decrease as the temperature of the solution increases.
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Liquids in Liquids The solubility of liquids in liquids follows the general rule “like dissolves like.” Two polar substances will be miscible
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Unformatted text preview: in each other and two nonpolar substances will be miscible in each other. A nonpolar substance and a polar substance will be immiscible in each other. You need to be able to evaluate if a substance is polar or nonpolar (chem 1411). Solids in Liquids How quickly or slowly a solute dissolves in a solvent is not related to the solutes solubility. Grinding a solute, shaking or stirring a mixture, and sometimes heating a mixture can help speed the rate at which the solute dissolves. Procedure Notes Everyone will do all of part 3. Part 1 we will talk about and part 2 was covered in chem 1411. For part 3C make sure your test tube is dry before you begin and that you have enough water to cover the contents in your test tube. All solutions may go down the drain....
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This note was uploaded on 01/07/2012 for the course CHEM 1412 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Collin College.

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