PROPERTIES OF SOLUTIONS

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In the wake of READING SECTION 18.1, YOU SHOULD KNOW:. variables that expand the rate at which a solute dissolvesthe distinction between an unsaturated, immersed and supersaturated solutionhow to peruse the diagrams of pages 504

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´╗┐PROPERTIES OF SOLUTIONS Section 18.1

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AFTER READING SECTION 18.1, YOU SHOULD KNOW: figures that expansion the rate at which a solute breaks up the distinction between an unsaturated, immersed and supersaturated arrangement how to peruse the charts of pages 504 & 505 how the dissolvability of a gas and weight are connected

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FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE RATE AT WHICH A SOLUTE DISSOLVES Temperature And increment in the dynamic vitality will bring about an expansion in the rate that a solute disintegrates Surface Area An expansion in surface range will expand the rate at which a solute breaks up Aggitation Stirring or shaking will bring about the solute to break down quicker

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SOLUBILITY Unsaturated Solution An answer that contains not as much as the most extreme measure of solute for a given measure of dissolvable at a steady temp Saturated Solution An answer that contains the greatest measure of solute for a given measure of dissolvable at a consistent temperature Supersaturated Solution An answer that contains more than the most extreme measure of solute for a given measure of dissolvable at a steady temperature

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Miscible Two fluids that will break up into each other Ex: HCl and water, drain and water Immiscible Two fluids that won't break up into each other Ex: oil and water, hexane and water

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SOLUBILITY AND TEMPERATURE

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HENRY'S LAW Gas solvency increments as the incomplete weight of the gas over the arrangement builds S 1 = S 2 P 1 P 2 When a container is shut, the fluid is under high weight, so the CO2 is broken down into the fluid When the jug is opened, the weight diminishes, which causes the dissolvability of CO2 to diminishes

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AFTER READING SECTION 18.1, YOU SHOULD KNOW: considers that increment the rate at which a solute breaks up the contrast between an unsaturated, soaked and supersaturated arrangement how to peruse the diagrams of pages 504 & 505 how the solvency of a gas and weight are connected

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