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Condition in which a solution contains the max. amount of solute that may be disolved
Saturation
S.t.r.t.o.
Physical state in which solvation and crystallization occure at the same rate
Solution Equilibrum
S....... E.........
Substance disolved in a solution
Solute
S....e
General term for the process of disolving
Solvation
S.......n
Process of dissolving a solute in water
Hydration
H.......n
Formation of ions when a molecular compund disolves
Ionization
I........n
Dissolving medium of a solution
Solvent
S.....t
Formation of ions when and ionic compound dissolves
Dissociation
D..........n
Messure of how much solute will disolve in a solvent
Solubility
S........y
If any of the factors determining system of equilibrium are changed, the system will adjust itself to conteract that changeand reestablish equilibrum
Le Chateliers Principle
L. C......... P........
Messurement of the amount of solute in a given amount of solvent
Concentration
C...........n
Two substances in the same phase that are not soluble in each other
Immiscible
I.......e
Two substances in the same phase that are highly soluble in each other
Miscible
M......e
Any substance which, when disolved in water produced a solution that conducts an elertic current
Electrolyte
E........e
Substance that holds a specific number of water molecules in its formula unit
Hydrate
H.....e
Thin material that permits only certian materials to pass through
Semipermeable Membrane
S...........e M......e
Pressure exerted my vapor molecules of a system in equilibrium
Equilibrium Vapor Pressure
E.........m V.... P......e
Transfer of solvent molecules into a solution through a semipermeable membrane
Osmosis
O.....s
Properties that depend on the concentration of the solute in a solution but not on the identity of the solute
Colligative
C.........e
Ions that do not take part in the chemical reaction and are found in solution before and after the chemical reaction
Spectations
S.........s
Combination of a base metal and at least one other substance, which blend to form a solution with metallic properties
Alloy
A...y
Solution that contains more solute then a normal saturated solution under the same conditions
Supersaturated Solution
S............d S......n
Amount of heat absorbed or released when a solute dissolves in a specific amout of solvent
Heat of Solution and +/_\H soln -/_\H soln