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Hydrocarbon
organic compounds containing carbon & hydrogen
isomers
molecules with the same formula but different structure
unsaturated
alkenes, or double bonded carbon molecules
autoionization
a reaction of molecules of a single substance to produce both positive & negative ions (H20 & OH-)
hydronium ion
H30- ion
pH
a measure of the acidity in a solution ( -log[H3O+]
Acid- below 7
Base- above 7
percent by mass
(solute Ms/total Ms) * %100
solubility
the concentration of a saturated solution at a given temperature
saturated
a solution that holds as much solute as it is capable of holding stably at a given temperature
unsaturated
a solution that contains less solute than it could hold stably at a given temerature
why do solutes dissolve in sovents?
because the solution they form is more stable than a getergeneous mizture of the individual subsances.
Mass % calculations
Calc. mass of NaCl in 53.g of 5% by mass saline solution:
53.g (5g NaCl/100g)=37.50g