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Chapter 36 notes

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Chapter 36 notes Chem 141

Cassidy Zirko
College Chemistry 1
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Date Created: 12/01/15
Chapter 36 What is a Solution land How is it Concentration Expressed 113015 361 What is a Solution 0 Solution homogenous mixture 0 Uniform distribution throughout the solution components I What Properties Characterize a Solution 0 0 Solution can be gas liquid or solid Particles distinguish solutions from other mixtures I What Vocabulary do Chemists Use when Describing Solutions O 0000 O O O Solute substance in relatively small amount Solvent medium which solute is being dissolvent in to Concentrated relatively large quantity of specific solute per unit of solution Dilute relatively small quantity of solute per unit of solution Solubility measure of how much solute will dissolve in a given amount of solvent at a given temperature Saturated solution whose concentration is at the solubility limit Unsaturated solution whose concentration is below the solubility limit Supersaturated solution whose concentration so solute is greater than the solubility limit Misible soluble but only applied to liquids Immisible insoluble I What Particulate Level Process Occurs as a Solution Forms 0 0000000 Water is polar asymmetrical distribution of charge Water molecules tend to pull negative ions towards itself Hydrated ions surrounded by polar water molecules Dissolving is reversible Rate of dissolving depends on temperature Rate of crystallization depend son concentration of solute at crystal surface Rat of dissolving and crystallization are the same at equilibrium Time for dissolving depends on I Surface area finely dissolved solute dissolves faster I Crystallization rate net dissolving rates I rate of dissolving minus rated of crystallization I High temperatures faster dissolving occurs 362 How do Chemists Express Solution Concentration 0 Tells how much solute is present per given amount of solution quantity of solute quantituy of solution 0 Why is Molarity of Preferred Unit for Solution Concentration O Molarity M moles of solute per liter of solution mole solute 0 liter solution 0 Definition of molarity inovles unit at particulate level and one that is macroscopic 0 Molarity can be used as converstion factor in changing moles to volume or volume to moles 0 How does Concentration Change When Solution is Dilute O M1V1 M2V2 0 M molarity V volume 0 Used to find the dilution ratio


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