For dilutions, volume is increased, concentration is decreased, but the amount of
solute remains the same. The equation is
C
1
V
1
=C
2
V
2
or
M
1
V
1
=M
2
V
2
, Where C
and M represent concentrations and V represents volume of the solution.
II. Checklist
__Identify the solute and solvent in a solution.
__Describe the process of dissolving an ionic solute in water.
__Describe the differences of strong, weak and nonelectrolytes.
__Calculate the number of equivalence for an ion.
__Use solubility to identify a solution as saturated or unsaturated.
__Calculate the percent concentrations of solution.
__Use percent concentrations to calculate mass or volume of the solute or solution.
__Calculate the morality of a solution.
__Use morality as a conversion factor to calculate between the mole (or grams) of
a solute and the volume of the solution.
__Calculate the final volume or concentration of a diluted solution.
III. External Links
1. How much sugar is in a can of soda?
2. Solubility song:
3. For Those About To Dissolve We Solute You:
4. Supersaturated solution:

5. How to Calculate Molar Concentration or Molarity:
6. Solve Problems Using Concentration, Amount of Solute and Volume of Solution:
7. The solutions Song:
8. Solutions Rap for Chemistry
:
9. Solution dilutions:
10.
Osmosis
8/2015

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