Chapter 14 Review. Define the following: Suspension Colloid Brownian motion Tyndall effect Soluble Insoluble Miscible Immiscible Concentration Molarity.

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Chapter 14 Review

Define the following: Suspension Colloid Brownian motion Tyndall effect Soluble Insoluble Miscible Immiscible Concentration Molarity Dilution

Name the type of colloid: Milk Fog Hairspray Whip cream Marshmallow Butter Blood Rubies

What is the percent solution (by volume) when 50. mL of ethanol is diluted to 140 mL with water?

What is the percent by mass of 21.0 g of sodium acetate mixed with 40.0 g of water

What mass of lithium chloride is found in 85 g of a 25% by mass solution

Calculate the molarity of a solution made by dissolving 20. g of NaOH in enough water to make 5.0 Litres of solution?

Calculate the number of moles of sucrose, needed to prepare 10.0 L of a 0.50 M solution.

Calculate the number of liters of KClO 3 which would be needed to prepare of a 0.010 M solution with 0.002 mols

Full strength hydrochloric acid is 11.6 M. How many liters of this concentrated solution is required to make 1.0 L of a 1.0 M solution?

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