CHAPTER# 6 SOLUTIONS

Major Concepts:

  • Define the terms: solution, aqueous solution, solute, and solvent and give an example of each. (Remembering)
  • Explain the difference between saturated, unsaturated, and supersaturated solutions. (Analyzing)
  • Explain the formation of solution (mixing gases into gases, gases into liquids, gases into solids) and give an example of each. (Understanding)
  • Explain the formation of solutions (mixing liquids into gases, liquids into liquids, liquids into solids) and give an example of each. (Understanding)
  • Explain the formation of solutions (mixing solids into gases, solids into liquids, solids into solids) and give an example of each. (Understanding)
  • Explain what is meant by the concentration of a solution. (Understanding)
  • Define Molarity. (Remembering)
  • Define the Percentage composition of a solution. (Remembering)
  • Solve problems involving the Molarity of a solution. (Applying).
  • Describe how to prepare a solution of given Molarity (Applying)
  • Describe how to prepare to dilute solution from the concentrated solution of known Molarity. (Applying)
  • Convert between the Molarity of a solution and its concentration in g/dm3. (Applying)
  • Use the rule that “like dissolves like” to predict the solubility of one substance to another. (Understanding)

6.1       Solution, aqueous solution, solute and solvent

6.2       Saturated, unsaturated, supersaturated solutions and dilution of solution

6.3       Types of solutions

6.4       Concentration Units

6.5       Comparison of solution, suspension and colloids.

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