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What happens in a neutralization reaction

What is a conjugate acid-base pair

Why is water considered to be neutral

A regular tessellation is a tessellation which uses regular polygons to cover a surface completely

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Q: What is it called when the solution settle to the bottom of a beaker?
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Why is it important to let the sand settle first at the bottom of the beaker before pouring the solution into another beaker?

It is important to let the sand settle at the bottom of your beaker so that the sand is separated from the liquid.


What are examples of solution that can settle in the bottom when mixed with solvent?

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Particles that do not settle out in solution are called?

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What is a homogenous mixture of particles so small they cannot be seen and will not settle to the bottom of their container?

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What is a homogeneous mixtures of particles so small they cannot be seen and will not settle to the bottom of their container?

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Is a homogeneous mixture of particles so small they cannot be seen and will not settle to the bottom of their container?

a solution


Will a solution settle out?

A homogeneous solution doesn't settle.


Demonstrate diffusion using potassium permanganate crystals in pure water?

the crystals will settle to the bottom of the beaker and slower diffuse into the water


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The particals settle to the bottom


What are Soil and rock particles that settle to the bottom of the river called?

sediments.


Why solute does not settle out of a solution?

The solute does not settle out of a solution because a property of a true solution is- "The solute remains uniformly distributed throughout the solution and will not settle out with time."

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