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Match the following examples with their type of solution.
Gas + Gas
Liquid + Gas
Gas + Liquid
Liquid + Liquid
Solid + Liquid
Solid + Solid
Which compound is a nonelectrolyte?
Match the following definitions with their correct term.
are made up of solutes and solvents.
Why does salt dissolve in water?
Which of the following molecules is the best conductor of electricity?
Why do they say ‘oil and water don’t mix’?
Why does water make a good solvent?
Look at the diagram below:
Why does the light bulb in the middle shine brighter than the other two light bulbs?
A saturated solution is .
Amount of solute in a given amount of solvent or solution
Substance dissolved in a solution
This type of mixture contains two or more substances that are visibly distinguishable.
How does a solution become supersaturated?
What are two parts that make up a solution?
Air is a
Solution where more solute can still be dissolved at the given temperature.
If I dissolve sugar in water, what is the solute?
If we are making Kool-aid with Kool-aid powder and water, which part is the solvent?
The table below shows four solutions that were prepared by dissolving salt in water.
Which of the solutions has the highest salt concentration?