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Yes, always for all mixtures.

Interestingly, the volume of the solution may not equal the volume of the two things before being mixed -- even for mixing two liquids.

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Adding water to another solution is an increase of the total volume.

Isotonic solution.Common table salt when added to water is an example of a solute. For example, salt crystals (the solute) are the part of salt water (a solution) which has changed its state when added to water (the solvent).

Table salt added to water contains equal amounts of sodium and chlorine.

When solid Lif is added to water the resulting solution is

A hypotonic solution is a solution that has less solute and more water than another solution. The concentration of total dissolved solutes is not equal on both sides, there will be net movement of water molecules into the cell.

A saline solution is obtained.

It produces a neutral salt along with water

Potassium Phisphate

the water will not have to move, the solution is already equal

Salt forms a solution when added to water.

ammonia has a strong smell?

This solution is called salted water; salt is the solute and water the solvent.

Sugar solution would be the solution.Water would be the solvent.Added sugar would be the SOLUTE.

Firstly, water is to be added to make sugar water solution. The the total mixture of sand and sugar-water solution is passed through filter paper. The sand separates out and sugar water solution is collected in a vessel. Then by evaporating sugar is collected.

Firstly, water is to be added to make sugar water solution. The the total mixture of sand and sugar-water solution is passed through filter paper. The sand separates out and sugar water solution is collected in a vessel. Then by evaporating sugar is collected.

Mix this 50% solution in equal quantities with water(?) to halve it's strength. So use 1 litre of the 50% solution and 1 litre of water of that's what you are diluting it with.

Let's say the total solution is 100 liters. 50 of the liters is glucose and 50 is water. We want to make the 50 glucose equal to 10% of the total solution. For that to happen, we need to make the total solution 500 liters (50 of the 500 would be a 10% solution). So we add 400 liters of water to the original 100 liter (50/50) solution. Take the total number of units and multiply by 4. Add that much in water.

sodium hydroxide solution

Add 25 oz of pure waterLet X be the volume of pure water to add. Then the total amount of pure water you add plus the total amount of water in the 15% solution will equal the total amount of water in the final 10% solution.So,X + 50*(1-0.15) = (50 + X) * (1-0.10)X + 50*(0.85) = (50 + X)*(0.90)X + 42.5 = 45 + 0.90X1X - 0.90X = 45 - 42.50.10X = 2.5X = 25

The pH of water increase.

The total volume is a little decreased.

potassium phosphate

If 1.8 L of water is added to 2.5 L of a 7.0 M KOH solution, what is the molarity of the new solution?

Yes, when water is added.

NaCl is added to water when a saline water solution is necessary; NaCl is dissociated in water: NaCl -------------------Na+ + Cl-