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CH 105 - Lesson 3

Solutions

When materials are mixed they may or may not form solutions. In this lesson we will look at what combinations form solutions, why they do, and what makes solutions so special.

In doing so, we will consider topics such as molecular polarity, solubility rules, dynamic equilibrium, electrolytes, changes in freezing and boiling points, and osmosis.

 

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