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you need energy to break bonds so by heating the solvent, you provide the energy needed to do this/ Weird Huh?
When you increase the temperature the solubility of a solution increases. This is due to the fact that heat is required to break the bonds that are holding the molecules in th…e solid together
hot water does not hold dissolved oxygen well because the water molecules separate and can't group around the dissolved oxygen, so if oxygen can be considered a solute and wat…er a solvent then the answer is no
It doesn't. As the temperature of water increases so does solubility.
I think you meant to say "Happens" but anyway the solubility of gas increases as the temperature increases ;D
As the temperature of the water increases, its vapour pressure increases, meaning there is more water molecules leaving the surface than before. Gases have weak intermolecul…ar forces and therefore high vapour pressures and will therefore be readily evaporating already. The increased presence of water vapour above the water (i.e. increased humidity) reduces the amount of the gas able to condense back into the liquid, meaning less gas is dissolved.
Because when a substance gets hot the molecules spread apart allowing more room for other substances to be mixed in to the solution. for example if you mix water (H20) with ta…ble salt (NaCl) it will fall to the bottom of the liquid unless agitated (stirred) or heated because both of these actions cause molecules to move and spread.
no doubt the increased movement of the water molecules and the resulting breaking and recombining of the H-OH bridges between water and OH of glucose molecules is one. Another… is the forming of linear sucrose molecules from the cyclic and the expanding intramoleculair volume of the water(expanding volume @ higher T)
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as covalent compounds does not have ionic existence, water can't dissolve them though it has high dielectric constant.
Temperature is a measurement of the average kinetic energy on the atomic or molecular level; hotter substances have faster moving particles. Faster moving particles have more …energetic collisions with the particles of which solids are formed, which are more able to knock them out of the solid and into the solution, than slower moving particles would be.
The vast majority of compounds increase in solubility as the temperature increases.
Increasing the temperature, the solubility of gases in liquids decrease.