You need 12,5 sodium chloride.
It depends on the amount of solute.
The amount of solute determines the concentration of the solution.
A saturated solution is made when you have added so much solute that no more dissolves. The amount of solute needed to make a saturated solution will change with the temperature of the solution.
This solution is a concentrated (in solute) solution.
A solute dissolves in a solvent, resulting in a solution. The concentration of a solution is the amount of solute dissolved in a fixed amount of the solution.
A solution that contains the maximum amount of solute is NOT an unsaturated solution.It is called to be saturated instead.
If the amount of solute in unit volume of the solution is high, it is called a concentrated solution If the amount of solute in unit volume of the solution is low, it is called dilute solution
A solution in which the maximum amount of dissolved solute is present is called a saturated solution.
Increasing the amount of the solute in the solution the molarity and the density of this solution increases.
Such a solution would be termed "dilute" as opposed to a "concentrated" or "saturated" solution containing either a great amount of solute, or the entire amount of solute possible in a particular solvent.
When a solution contains a large amount of solute dissolved in a solvent, the solution is called a saturated solution.
When using a solubility curve to make a prediction about the amount of a solute within a solution, you must increase the amount of solute to make a solution, which will give you a concentrated solution
Out of the cell - osmosis tries to balance the amount of solute by moving water across the membrane to achieve this.
150 mL x 40.0 g LiNO3/100 mL solution = 60.g of solute
A solution containing a relatively large amount of dissolved solute is called a concentrated solution. One that has the maximum amount of dissolved solute is described as being saturated.
The solute is sodium chloride.
It is the concentration of the solution.
This is a concentrated solution.
A saturated solution contains the maximum amount of solute (what is being dissolved) dissolved in an amount of solvent (what you are sticking the solute in). If you add more solute to a saturated solution, it will not dissolve. An unsaturated solution is opposite of this. It can dissolve more solute.
A solution which contains a lot of solute is said to be concentrated.
The amount of solute required to form a saturated solution in a particular amount of solvent is the Concentration.
If a relatively large amount of solute is present, the solution is considered to be concentrated.
The general term used to describe the amount of solute in solution is concentration.