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Chapter 15 Solutions REVIEW. World of Chemistry. Question 1. A homogeneous mixture is called a _________. Question 1. A homogeneous mixture is called a ________. SOLUTION. Question 2. The part of the solution in smaller portion (or that is being dissolved) is called the ________.

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Chapter 15 solutions review

Chapter 15 SolutionsREVIEW

World of Chemistry


Question 1

Question 1

A homogeneous mixture is called a _________.


Question 11

Question 1

A homogeneous mixture is called a ________.

SOLUTION


Question 2

Question 2

The part of the solution in smaller portion (or that is being dissolved) is called the ________.


Question 21

Question 2

The part of the solution in smaller portion (or that is being dissolved) is called the ________.

SOLUTE


Question 3

Question 3

The part of the solution in larger portion (or that is doing the dissolving) is called the ________.


Question 31

Question 3

The part of the solution in larger portion (or that is doing the dissolving) is called the _______.

SOLVENT


Question 4

Question 4

A solution that can dissolve more solute, or has not reached its saturation point, is considered what type of solution?


Question 41

Question 4

A solution that can dissolve more solute, or has not reached its saturation point, is considered what type of solution?

UNSATURATED


Question 5

Question 5

A solution that has dissolved the maximum amount of solute is considered what type of solution?


Question 51

Question 5

A solution that has dissolved the maximum amount of solute is considered what type of solution?

SATURATED


Question 6

Question 6

A solution that has dissolved more than its maximum amount of solute due to heating it is considered what type of solution? (Hint: by agitating this solution, it will quickly crystallize)


Question 61

Question 6

A solution that has dissolved more than its maximum amount of solute due to heating it is considered what type of solution? (Hint: by agitating this solution, it will quickly crystallize)

SUPERSATURATED


Question 7

Question 7

Compounds that have two centers of charge are considered _______.


Question 71

Question 7

Compounds that have two centers of charge are considered _______.

POLAR


Question 8

Question 8

Which atom(s) in water has a partial (or small) amount of positive charge?


Question 81

Question 8

Which atom(s) in water has a partial (or small) amount of positive charge?

HYDROGEN


Question 9

Question 9

C20H41OH is polar because it contains what atom?


Question 91

Question 9

C20H41OH is polar because it contains what atom?

OXYGEN


Question 10

Question 10

Sugar will not dissolve in vegetable oil because vegetable oil is mostly ________.


Question 101

Question 10

Sugar will not dissolve in vegetable oil because vegetable oil is mostly ________.

NONPOLAR


Question 111

Question 11

Ionic compounds that are soluble in water dissolve by _________.


Question 112

Question 11

Ionic compounds that are soluble in water dissolve by _________.

DISSOCIATION


Question 12

Question 12

The ratio between solute to solution is called the __________ of a solution.


Question 121

Question 12

The ratio between solute to solution is called the __________ of a solution.

CONCENTRATION


Question 13

Question 13

Solutions with a large amount of solute to solution would be considered ________.


Question 131

Question 13

Solutions with a large amount of solute to solution would be considered ________.

CONCENTRATED


Question 14

Question 14

Solutions with a small amount of solute to solution would be considered ________.


Question 141

Question 14

Solutions with a small amount of solute to solution would be considered ________.

DILUTE


Question 15

Question 15

The number of moles of solute in 1 L of solution is called the _________.


Question 151

Question 15

The number of moles of solute in 1 L of solution is called the _________.

MOLARITY


Question 16

Question 16

Determining the percentage of solute by mass out of the total mass of a solution is called the __________.


Question 161

Question 16

Determining the percentage of solute by mass out of the total mass of a solution is called the __________.

MASS PERCENT


Question 17

Question 17

What is the equation for making a dilution from a stock solution?


Question 171

Question 17

What is the equation for making a dilution from a stock solution?

M1V1=M2V2


Question 18

Question 18

What is the concentration of a solution that contains 2moles of NaCl in 400mL?


Question 181

Question 18

What is the concentration of a solution that contains 2moles of NaCl in 400mL?

5M


Question 19

Question 19

How many mL are required of 0.2M NaCl to make a 100mL of a 0.075M NaCl solution?


Question 191

Question 19

How many mL are required of 0.2M NaCl to make a 100mL of a 0.075M NaCl solution?

37.5mL


Question 20

Question 20

What are most nonpolar compounds called when they only contain hydrogen and carbon atoms?


Question 201

Question 20

What are most nonpolar compounds called when they only contain hydrogen and carbon atoms?

hydrocarbons


Question 211

Question 21

These physical properties can change based on the number of solute particles in a solution.


Question 212

Question 21

These physical properties can change based on the number of solute particles in a solution.

COLLIGATIVE PROPERTIES


Question 22

Question 22

This colligative property explains why ice ream does not freeze at 32 deg C.


Question 221

Question 22

This colligative property explains why ice ream does not freeze at 32 deg C.

FREEZING POINT DEPRESSION


Question 23

Question 23

This colligative property explains why it is more dangerous to get burned by boiling water that has been treated with salt.


Question 231

Question 23

This colligative property explains why it is more dangerous to get burned by boiling water that has been treated with salt.

BOILING POINT ELEVATION


Question 24

Question 24

Name two things you do to a solution to help the solute dissolve faster


Question 241

Question 24

Name two things you do to a solution to help the solute dissolve faster

HEAT IT AND STIR IT


Question 25

Question 25

What is the mass percent of a water when 5g of water are dissolved in 95 grams of alcohol?


Question 251

Question 25

What is the mass percent of a water when 5g of water are dissolved in 95 grams of alcohol?

5%


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