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solvent holds as much solute as it can
saturated
solvent holds less than max amount of solute
unsaturated
solvent holds more than max amount of solute
supersaturated
molarity, amount of solute in a solution
concentration
looks uniform, two or more substances, clear
homogeneous mixtures
dissolves in water
aqueous
particle being dissolved
solute
dissolving medium, substance that does the dissolving
solvent
amount of solute that can dissolve in a given amount of solvent
solubility
physical property dependent on number of particles of solute dissolved
colligative properties
Gas: if pressure is increased, solubility increases - T or F?
true
Gas: The higher the temperature, the faster the rate of solubility - T or F?
false... lower temperature, faster rate of solubility
Gas: If salt is added to gas, solubility rate decreases - T or F?
true
Solid: If particle is bigger, solubility rate decreases - T or F?
false... if the particle is smaller, solubility rate increases
Solid: Higher the temperature, increase in solubility rate - T or F?
true
Solid: Increase in pressure increases solubility rate - T or F?
false... pressure has no effect on solubility rate of a solid