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Factors Affecting Solution Formation. Pre-Lab Questions. Particle Size. Make a prediction: Which type of particles will dissolve faster, small-sized ones or large-sized ones?. Mixing/Stirring/Agitation. Make a prediction: Will stirring make a solution form faster, slower, or have no effect ?.

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particle size
Particle Size
  • Make a prediction: Which type of particles will dissolve faster, small-sized ones or large-sized ones?
mixing stirring agitation
Mixing/Stirring/Agitation
  • Make a prediction: Will stirring make a solution form faster, slower, or have no effect?
temperature
Temperature
  • Make a prediction: Will a solution form faster in cold water or hot water?
in lab
In lab…
  • Test each of your predictions.
  • Be prepared to explain the results in terms of the kinetic theory.
lab data
Lab Data…
  • Write a detailed procedure for your experiment.
  • Include a data table for each of your experiments.
  • Write a clear, English conclusion sentence describing what you learn and compare it to your original predictions.