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What is a example of a solution?
Kool-aid.
Unlike other mixtures, solutions cannot be __1____ by _____2___ means.
1.separated
2.mechanical
Can a solution be separated by using filter paper?
no.
Can a colloid be separated by using filter paper?
no.
What is the size of a colloid's particles?
median.
Does a colloid scatter light ?
yes.
However,_1__ solutes are affected differently by a gas, liquid and a solid solution.
1.gas
Can a suspension be seperated by using filter paper?
yes.
Is a solution's particles small, large or median?
small.
Does a solution show scattered light?
no.
What is a example of a colloid?
Blood.
What is a example of a liquid solution?
Kool-aid.
The ___1_ of dissolving _____2_ in a ___3___ is influenced by particle ___4___,____5_____,and ___6____.
1.rate
2.solute
3.solvent
4.size
5.temperature
6.stirring
Does a solution settle upon standing?
no.
Does a Suspension settle upon standing?
yes.
What is a example of a suspension?
mud-water.
What is a example of a gas solution?
air.
Does a colloid settle upon standing?
no.
fill in the blank.
A _1__ is made up of tiny _____2____ that are ___3__ evenly in a mixture.
1. solution
2.particles
3.spread
What is a example of a solid solution?
Stirling silver.
Does a suspension scatter light ?
yes.
What is the particle size for a suspention?
large.
The amount of a substance that can dissolve in ____1__ of solventat a given ___2___ is called ___3___.
1.100Grams
2.temperature
3.solubility
Two other words can refer to the amount of solute in the solution.___1___ refers to alot of solute dissolved and __2___ to only a little.
1.saturated
2.dilute
A ___1__ solution cannot hold any more solute.
1.saturated