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M1V1=M2V2 is also known as

The dilution equation

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The number of moles of solute present for every kilogram of solvent

Molality

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How a solution is described with the maximum amount of solute has been dissolved in the solvent

Saturated

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The freezing point of a solution is always lower than that of a pure solvent.This is known as the freezing point

Depression

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The number of moles of solute and every liter of solution

Molarity

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The boiling point of a solution is always higher than that of pure solvent.This is known as the boiling point

Elevation property

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A description of how much solute is present in a solution

Concentration

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The part of a solution present in the largest quantity

Solvent

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Are unique solution in which more than the usual amount of solute has been dissolved in a solution

Supersaturated

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A property that depends upon the number of solute particles in a solution not on the identity of the solute

Colligative

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How a solution is describe when more solute can still be dissolved in the solvent

Unsaturated

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The part of a solution present in the smallest quantity

Solute

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The word to describe to substances that will not mix together like oil and water

Immiscible

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The phrase that explains how you determine if a particular solute will dissolve in water

Likes dissolve likes

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The word to describe two substances that are mixed together and any quantities

Miscible

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Colloid

Jelloish like toothpaste

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Suspension

Dirty water a.k.a. it separates

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What’s the difference between colloid and suspension

Tyndall effect

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What’s beers law

Trying to find the maximum wavelength

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How do you know if two substances will dissolve

Polar nonpolar or ionic

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When using a solubility graph you know if a compound is a gas if

The solubility goes down as the temperature increases

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When identifying whether the Substance will dissolve in a non-polar solvent or a polar solvent

Nonpolar doesn’t dissolve polar does dissolve and ionic does dissolve

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Freezing point always goes down

Boiling point always goes up