Today, I learned about the colligative property and the solution based on the number of solute particles being chosen, but they’re not allowed by their identity. The most important property…

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Solute: disolved particles in a solution Solvent: what the compound is solving. In aqueous solvations, the solvent is always water.  The Solution Process: the formation of a solution from a…

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The solute is the item being put into the solvent. Solvation is the process of when positive and negative ions become surrounded by the solvent’s molecules. Solvation is another name…

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In chapter 15.2, we learned about what makes up an aqueous solution. When someone adds a solute to a solvent, the solute dissolves in the solvent. Take Sodium Chloride (NaCl)…

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Hydrogen Bonding is a not very strong bond between two molecules resulting from a proton in one molecule and an electronegative atom in the other. One of the properties of water…

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The properties of water using hydrogen bonding (are high surface tension, when one drops water on a surface the molecules tend to make a sphere shape because every side is being pulled…

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Today in chemistry I learned about hydrogen bonding. The polarity of the water molecule results in hydrogen bonding. The oxygen atom has a partial negative charge. Each hydrogen atom has…

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Here are a few properties of water: Suface tension, vapor pressure, high boiling point and a lower density than ice. Surface tension is the inward force or pull that minamizes…

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