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Post by Maimouna Louche on July 21, 2012

We didn't see the other type of solution-heterogenous.

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Last reply by: Zachary McCoy
Sun Jan 5, 2014 6:18 PM

Post by priyanka thapa on October 13, 2011

am i mistaken, isnt the molarity of solution at the example solution concentration suppose to be 2.22 M ?

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Post by Zak Roeser on December 14, 2010

Correct me if I am wrong, but I believe on the "Dilution of Solutions" portion of the lecture the answer should be 8.00mL of water due to sig. figs. in the problem.

Solutions, Henry's Law, Concentration Equations

  • Solutions: every phase in every other; solutions in liquids most important

  • Saturation solubility: no more solute will dissolve in solvent; an equilibrium phenomenon

  • Henry’s Law for gases in liquids: s = KP; effects shown in carbonated liquids; divers and the “bends”

  • Concentration expressions: % by mass; molarity = mol. solute/L soln.; molality = mol. solute/ kg solvent

  • Do examples of interconverting solubility expressions for particular solutions

  • Dilution MV = const

  • Temperature effects: gases, always lower S as T increases; solids varying effects

  • Entropy means mixed-upness, chaos; temperature effects on S can be explained by enthalpy and entropy effects

Solutions, Henry's Law, Concentration Equations

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