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what are the 4 colligitave properties of solutions?
Vapor Pressure
Boiling Point
Freezing Point
Osmotic Pressure
True/False.
Homogeneous mixtures do not have uniform composition.
False.
What is the solvent?
dissolving medium.
What is the solute?
substance dissolved.
list colloids, suspensions, and solutions from biggest to smallest size of particles in them.
suspensions
colloids
solutions
List the three types of solutions.
Gaseous
Liquid
Solid
What is the formula for molarity?
mols of solute/
Liters of solution
What is the formula for molality?
mols of solute/ Kg of solution
What is the formula for mole fraction?
mols/ total mols
What three factors affect the rate of dissolving?
Increase Surface Area
Agitation
Add Kinetic Energy
What are the three types of solutions?
Unsaturated
Saturated
Supersaturated
Solids generally_________ solubility with increase temperature. Gases generally ________ solubility with increase temp.
Increase
Decrease
What is the formula for dilution?
M1 x V1 = M2 x V2
What is the formula for osmotic pressure?
(pie)=MRT
m=molarity
r=ideal gas constant
t=kelvin temperature