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# Explain whya. H2O (100 C) has a higher boiling point than CH3OH 165 C2.b. H2O (100 C)

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Explain whya. H2O (100 C) has a higher boiling point than CH3OH 165 C2.b. H2O (100 C) has a higher boiling point than NH3 (-33 C).c. H2O (100 C) has a higher boiling point than HF 120 C2.d. HF 120 C2 has a higher boiling point than NH3 (-33 C).

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Ch. 4 “Reactions in Aqueous Solutions”  Solution – a homo mixture of 2+ substances Solute – substance present in smaller amount solvent – larger amount (sugar and salt) Aqueous Solution – solvent is water (water) o Solution: Soft Drink (liquid) Solvent: H2O Solute: Sugar, CO2 o Air(gas) N2 O2,Ar, CH4  Electricity in solution – cations (+) and anions (-) in solutions that conduct electricity …need charge and movement… add water to make strong electrolyte o Electrolyte – substance when dissolved in water, results in a solution that can conduct electricity, Strong E: breaks up completely… ionic compounds (sodium chloride NaCl) o Weak electrolyte – not completely dissociated o Nonelectrolyte – when dissolved, results in a solution that does not conduct electricity (sugar C 6 12,6still molecules in water, not ions) Just molecules, no cations or anions in solution o Acetic acid reacts both ways (CH3COOH) arrows: reversible reaction… a weak electrolyte because its ionization in water in incomplete  Hydration – process in which an ion is surrounded by water molecules arranged in a specific manner (sodium ions get pulled out by water) (solvation)  Precipitation Reactions – results in the formation an insoluble product (solid) Precipitate - settles at bottom of container, separate from solution  Solubility – maximum amount of solute that will dissolve in a given quantity of solvent at a specific tempera

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