Flashcards in Solutions Conceptual Info Deck (21):
What shape does water have
What bond angle does water have
What’s the most electronegative atom in water
What allows liquids to bead up or from droplets
What substance interferes with hydrogen bonding and thus reduces surface tention
Water has an unusually low...
Water has a very high...
Why does ice float?
hydrogen bonds move apart and are less dense
Substances that conduct electricity when melted or dissolved in water are called
When water molecules are bonded into crystal structure
Compounds that lose hydrated waters when left in atmosphere (higher vapor pressure in compound than in the air
Compounds that gain hydrated waters when left in atmosphere (lower vapor pressure in compound than in the air)
Desiccants or drying agents
Coumpiunds that pull so much water from atmosphere that they dissolve themselves
Size of solution
Size of a colloid
Suspension particle size
1000nm or larger
Which division of separation exhibits the Tyndall effect?
Colloid and suspension (last scatters particles)
What is the brownian effect
Colloids are sen to move about erratically when viewed under a microscope
A colloidal dispersion of a liquid in a liquid; allows polar and no polar molecules to mix
Factors that determine rate of dissolution