No. A dilute contains a small amount of solute relative to the solvent.
The factors effecting the creation of a solution are: temperature, pressure. and the amounts and relative natures of the solute and solvent.
Relative viscosity is defined as ratio of viscosity of solution to that of a pure solvent.
Add an equal amounts of solvent and 20% solution together
Hypertonic is when you have a high concentration of solute relative to the solvent. For example, salt water is a hypertonic solution with vast amounts of sodium, chlorine, potassium, and iodine dissolved in water.
A solution that contains a large amount of solute when compared to the volume of the solvent is called a concentrated solution. Examples of concentrated solutions are hydrochloric acid and sulfuric acid. A dilute solution is one where the amount of solute is small compared to the solvent.
No. It refers to the relative volumes of solute to solvent, not the physical amount.
grams of solution / grams/mL of water (solvent)
In a solution of salt water, water is the solvent and salt is the solute. The substance in smaller amounts is called the solute.
A strem of dry air is bubbled through the solution & solvent from the loss in weight of solvent & solution the relative loweing of vapour pressure calculated. From relative lowering of vapour pressure molecular weight is calculated. anupama
Solubility is the ability of a solute to dissolve in a solvent in order to form a homogeneous solution. Relative solubility refers to the solubility of different substances.
A hypertonic solution is one that has a greater concentration of solute than solvent Or it is one that has a higher concentration of solute relative to another solution
Dilute solution contain small amounts of solute for a certain volume of solvent.
The solvent is the substance that dissolves another in a solution
The solvent in an aqueous solution is water.
A solvent is the what you add to the solution and the solute is the liquid already in the solution.
A solution contain the solvent and the solute (the substance dissolved in the solvent).
No, but a solution includes solute and solvent. The solute is the substance to be dissolved and when added to a solvent, it produces a solution.
The solvent and the solvent dissolves the solute in a solution
For an aqueous solution the solvent is water - H2O.
The solvent is water, the solute is salt; solvent and solute form a solution.
The solvent is the substance which dissolve the solute; for a sugar solution water is the solvent and sugar the solute.
A solution is composed of a solvent and solute. A solute is disolved in the solvent. Therefore, the solvent is the larger part of a solution.
Solute is the substance dissolved in a solvent.Solvent is a liquid able to dissolve a solute.Solution is the mixture of solvent and solute.