When the ionic compound of potassium ions are dissolved in water the hydroxyl ions of water which are negatively charged, will attract the positive potassium ions.
the attraction to the positive end of a water molecule
A simple eye is one single eye. A compound eye is an eye made up of thousands of little eyes, all seeing the same thing.
Calamine solution contains zinc carbonate and ant's sting contains Formic acid. The reaction between the acid and the base neutralises the effect of the sting.
Spiders do not have compound eyes like flies. They have several pairs of simple eyes and each pair adapted for a specific task or tasks. Flies have compound eyes with thousands of lens.
Many hummingbird flowers produce nectar. It is a substance that the plant produces on which the hummingbird feeds. If you have a hummingbird feeder at home it possible for you to make your own homemade nectar solution or food on which the hummingbirds found in your yard may feed. To make your own nectar solution combine 1 cup water and 1/4 cup white granulated table sugar. Bring this mixture to a boil so that the sugar is completely dissolved, which usually takes between 1-2 minutes. Let the mixture cool completely before filling and then hanging the feeder. This is the only type of sugar that should be used because the hummingbirds can digest it and it will not harm them.
There is no apparent connection between van Leeuwenhoek who developed his simple (single lens) microscope system and the work of Zacharias Janssen is associated with the compound (two lens) microscope invented in 1590. Van Leeuwenhoek was unable to use the compound microscope because magnification was too low. The microscopes built by van Leeuwenhoek (around 1670) had ten times the magnification of the compound microscopes of the day. One could say that Janssen helped van Leeuwenhoek succeed by getting everyone else to use the inferior microscope.
A solution contains one or more solutes dissolved in a solvent.
A chemical which dissolves in water is typically polar or ionic in nature. This means that some atoms within the compound carry a charge. For an example, let us dissolve NaCl in water. NaCl as a compound is composed of two ions (Na+ and Cl-). Water is a polar molecule - meaning it carries a slight charge, allowing forms of attraction to form between the two ions in the compound. These forces (electrostatic attraction) result in the chemical being broken up into its ions and being surrounded by water molecules, in a hydration shell. At this point, the chemical has become solute, and is said to be in solution. (It has dissolved.)
They are pulled together by the Br ion and the positive end of a water molecule.
A compound is a single entity formed from molecules.A compound dissoved (now is a solute) in a solvent form a solution.
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.
The attraction of hydrogen and oxygen atoms in a compound is referred to as a hydrogen bond. The bond between hydrogen and oxygen is what makes up water, also known as H2O.
the difference between a solution and a non solution is that a solution is a substance in which all the particals in it have dissolved and mixed completely. a non solution is a substance that still has particals that have not been mixed completely.
the force of attraction the force of attraction
When a solute is dissolved in a solvent, you'll get a solution. solute + solvent = solution Solvents, like water, dissolve other substances. Solutes are the substances being dissolved, like sugar. The solution is the final combination of both.