Is a concentrated solution heavier than a diluted?
The answer depends on whether the solute is heavier or lighter than the solvent.
HCl is always a strong acid. But a concentrated solution of any acid is more acidic than a dilute solution.
Why is knowing the molarity of a solution is more meaningful than knowing whether the solution is dilute of concentrated?
Knowing the molarity is more meaningful because by knowing it you can not only know if it is diluted or concentrated, but also the actual concentration.
Within a set volume of solvent (usually water), a concentrated solution will have more solute than a diluted silution. In chemistry, this is called molarity. The more moles of solute you have in solution, the higher the concentration, or molarity of that solution. Molarity is defined as moles solute/liter solvent, and is abbreviated "M".
Concentrated acids are more dangerous.
It is less costly to transport acid in concentrated form because it weighs less and takes up less volume than a diluted form.
A concentrated base solution is a solution with the pH MUCH greater than 7 and a concentrated acid solution is a solution with the pH MUCH lower than 7.
A concentrated base is a solution that has a pH that is much greater than 7. A concentrated acid solution is a solution with the pH that is much lower than 7.
The dilute solution contains less solute than concentrated solutions.
The cells burst because the solution is diluted i.e.,the cell is more concentrated than the solution. So the cells gain water by osmosis and since animal cells have no cell wall they will fill with water until they become so stretched that they burst.
This depends on the concentration of the salt solution. If the water potential of the salt solution is greater (less concentrated) than the cell sap of the potato cells, water would move into the potato cells, increasing the size of the potato strip. If the water potential of the salt solution is lower (more concentrated) than the cell sap of the potato cells, water would move out of the potato cells in the salt solution… Read More
The concentration is lower than the original solution. Or you can look at is as the solution is diluted........
This is a hypotonic solution.
A diluted solution has a lower amount of the solute dissolved in the solvent then a concentrated solution. Basically, the difference is the concentrated solution will be more acidic (more powerful) than the diluted one. For example, if I were to have two cups of water that were the exact same size and were both filled with one cup of water, and dissolve one teaspoon of sugar into one, and three teaspoons into the other… Read More
This solution is called hypotonic.
Solution A is highly concentrated than solution B.
The diluted strong acid might be only 1% acid. Quantities also change the reactivity.
it means that the solution is thicker than the other
A super saturated solution or a concentrated solution
because sulphuric acid is completely ionize in water
A solution is a solute dissolved in a solvent. A concentrated solution is all the solute that be dissolved in a solvent at normal temperature. A super-concentrated solution is all the solute that can be dissolved in a solution after mixing in the solute during high temperature / pressure. The concentration after cooling to normal temperature / pressure is greater than a regular concentrated solution.
Isotonic is when the cell is the same concentration as the surrounding solution. Hypotonic is when the cell is more concentrated than the surrounding solution and water moves in. Hypertonic is when the cell is less concentrated than the surrounding solution and water moves out.
Depends on the solute: alcohol in water is lighter, salt in water is heavier than water.
This is due to the fact that there is more solute present in a more concentrated solution.
Concentrated acid is the form of the acid which has more acid per ml than the diluted form. It is basically just a way to say that it has more acid per unit volume than other solutions of the same acid.
1. A concentrated solution has a big concentration of the solute; for a dilute solution the situation is inverse. 2. The properties are also different: color, odor, pH, density, light absorption, viscosity, and many others. concentrated and dilute are relative terms. Concentrated has more solute dissolved per liter than dilute.
No major effects. The salt water and the water join to become a less concentrated salt solution than the salt water but a more concentrated salt solution than the regular water.
The solution with more dissolved solute is more concentrated.
A general rule don't exist; but an example with sodium chloride (NaCl) is useful: - a 1 g/L solution is a dilute solution - a 250 g/L solution is a concentrated solution - a solution with a concentration greater than 360 g/L, at 20 0C, is a saturated solution
Only try this when you are ABSOLUTELY SURE that the pH is above 2, i.e., diluted more than 100 times of 1 M HCl or 2000 times diluted from concentrated hydrochloric acid! The taste will be very sour!
The difference is gradual, but not sharply drawn: Diluted means (more) lower concentration, in laboratory practice less than 1.0 M (<1.0 mol/L) and concentrated acids (or other solutions) are higher concentrated, above 1.0 mol/L .
A solution with lower solvent concentration than a similar solution will be more concentrated. This is because concentration is a ration of solute to solvent.
they deal with the concentration of the solution with which we are concerned.if the external solution is more concentrated than our solution ,then it is said to be hypertonic.if the external concentartion is the same as that of ours then it is isotonic And if it is dilute than our solution it is said to be hypotonic.
Which is none concentrated solution containing 5 grams of salt and 10 grams of water or a solution containing 18 grams of salt and 90 grams of water?
The first solution (500 g/L) is more concentrated than the second (200 g/L).
Nothing more can be added to a saturated solution - the liquid is literally 'full up' with the solute being dissolved, so if you carry on adding the solute, it will not dissolve and the solution will not become any more concentrated. A concentrated solution has a very large amount of the solute in it (there is more solute than solvent), but it has not yet reached the point where no more solute can be… Read More
It has more volosity in the sir than what it's holding.
Concentrated solution. (High density solution) Supersaturated solution if amount of solute is greater than its solubility in the solvent at the given temperature.
What will most likely occur when a cell is placed into a saline solution that has a higher salt concentration than inside the cell?
the cell's less concentrated water solution will leave the cell and migrate to the more concentrated saline solution by osmosis, the cell will reduce in size and may even shrivel
A concentrated acid has more acid than water and a dilute acid has more water than acid. True facts, otherwise known as its molarity. The greater the molarity the more concentrated it is (moles of acid/ liter of solution)
A solution on which the concentration of solutes is greater than that of the cell that resided on the solution In healthcare you will often hear the words iso- and hypertonic solutions. A third option the "hypotonic" solution is also a possbility. As many people will know, the human blood contains both sodium, potassium, chloride salts. In healthcare a solution will be hypertonic when the amount of salts in it exceeds that of human blood… Read More
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unsaturated and concentrated
A weak base could be more corrosive than a strong base if the strong base was in a very dilute solution or if the weak base was extremely concentrated.
A solution that contains a large amount of solute compared to solvent is called a concentrated solution. If the solvent is more than the solute it is known as a dilute solution.
The cell sap contains all the water in the cell in animals... In plants the vacuole is less concentrated than the cytosol.
reaction takes place faster than of a solution that is less concentrated
No, it will have a low pH. Any acidic solution has a pH of less than 7.
If the cell is in a hypertonic solution, that means it is more concentrated outside of the cell than inside of the cell, so to equalize the concentrations water will flow out of the cell (the inside gets more concentrated while the outside gets more dilute).
yes it does because it usually heavier than the water
Add no more than 2 ml concentrated nitric acid slowly to 98 ml ethanol (industrial methylated spirit). Label the solution highly flammable but do not store longer than a week