Cards in this guide (24)
What does the solvent do in a solution
The answer is "It dissolves something else" on Apex
What does it mean for a solution to be saturated
The maximum amount of solute is dissolved in it-apex
What is PPM in full
PPM = Parts Per Million.
1 ppm = 0.0001%
What concentration unit is measured in moles of solute per kilogram of solvent
Which of the following intermolecular forces would affect boiling point the most
What is another way of describing a freezing point change
- Melting point change. ^.^
What happens when the pressure of a gas is decreased
What kind of solid breaks with no regular patterns
What characterizes a crystalline solid when it breaks
The break follows the crystal structure.
What kind of crystalline solid is MgCl2
What two factors determine the point at which a liquid will boil
Heat or energy applied and atmosphereic pressures
Pressure and temperature (apex)
What causes the change in pressure when a basketball is pumped up
the number of molecules changes
What would form a solution
mixing a solvent and a solute
Which of the following best describes the kinetic theory
Atoms and molecules are always moving or vibrating.
Which of the following attractive forces would result in the lowest melting point
Van der Waals forces, Apex
Which of the following substances would most likely to be malleable
Which type of molecules would have the lowest melting point
What does avogadros law say about a gas at STP
1 mole of any gas has a volume of 22.4 at STP
According to the ideal gas law what happens to the volume of a gas when the number of moles doubles
Which of the following is a weak base NH3 KOH LiOH or NaOH
Ammonia solution is a weak base.
Room temperature is usually considered to be 25 degrees Celsius what is that in kelvins
What is molality of a solution
It is the number of moles of solute in 1 kg of solvent.
What mixture would form a heterogeneous mixture
mixture of polar and nonpolar liquids.
Which of the following is an electrolyte solution
The answer is "Ions in water" on Apex