Solution Chemistry C1

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  • a solution is a mixture of a solvent and a solute
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  • when you add a solid(the solute) to a liquid(the solvent) the bonds holding the solute together sometimes break and then the molecules mix with the molecules in the liquid forming a solution
    • a solution is a mixture of a solvent and a solute
    • this is called, DISSOLVING
      • when you add a solid(the solute) to a liquid(the solvent) the bonds holding the solute together sometimes break and then the molecules mix with the molecules in the liquid forming a solution
      • soluble means it wills dissolve , insoluble means it will not
        • solubility is a measure of how much will dissolve
          • solute is the substance being dissolved and solvent is the substance it being dissolved in to
            • solution is a mixture of a solute and a solvent that doesnt seperate out
              • soluble means it wills dissolve , insoluble means it will not
                • solubility is a measure of how much will dissolve
                  • solute is the substance being dissolved and solvent is the substance it being dissolved in to
                    • solution is a mixture of a solute and a solvent that doesnt seperate out
        • nail varnish doesnt dissolve in water as molecules in nail varnish are strongly attatched to each other. the attraction is stronger than one of water moolecules. the molecules aremore attactched to themselves than each other because of this they dont form a solution
        • solvent
          • solubilty of napthalene
        • boiling point
        • water        methanol              ethyl acetate dichloromethane
        • 0g/100g           9.7g/100g        18.5g/100g       25.0g/100g
        • 100.C          65.C           77.C               40.C

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