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Solubility - A property of matter
1. Matter can be categorized by: Physical Property Does not show a change in the objects identity Chemical Property Does show a change in the object’s identity
2. Solubility is… A measure of how well a solute can dissolve in a solvent at a given temperature. It can also tell you how much you can add before you make a saturated solution.
3. Solute is… The part of the solution that is dissolved by the solvent. Ex. Sweetened Iced Tea – the solute is SUGAR
4. Solvent is… The part of the solution that dissolves the other substance. Ex. Sweetened iced tea – the solvent is the iced tea.
5. Hot Cocoa… Solution = the hot cocoa Solute = hot cocoa mix Solvent = hot water or milk
7. What can change solubility? Temperature Type of solvent
1. 134 grams 2. 50 ◦C 3. 68 ◦C 4. unsaturated 5. As the temperature of the water increased, the amount of solute that will dissolves also increases.
Interpreting graphs… Solubility. ›A physical property ›A measure of how well a solute can dissolve in a solvent. Solubility is…
Solution a mixture of two or more substances that is identical throughout can be physically separated composed of solutes and solvents Salt water is considered.
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Factors Affecting Solubility
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Vocab True/FalseConcepts Apply It!
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