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Home Table of Contents Preliminary Information Introduction Homogeneous Mixtures Solubility Limits Electrolytes Chemical Equations Precipitation Reactions Heat of Solution Colligative Properties Wrap Up

 

Table of Contents

Preliminary Information
Purpose
Objectives
Assignments
Introduction
Purpose
Classification Scheme
Similar Materials
Components of Solutions
Pure Liquids
Suspensions
Colloidal Dispersions
Homogeneous Mixtures
Mixing Materials
Mixing Molecular Materials
Examples
Bond Changes
Mixing Ionic Materials with Water
Solubility of Ionic Compounds in Water
Mixing Ionic Materials with Water
How to Determine Solubility
Solubility Rules
Solubility Rules for Ionic Compounds
Explanation of Solubility Rules Table
Practice Using Solubilty Rules
Solubility Limits
Degree of Solubility
Saturation
Exceeding the Limits
Supersaturation
Precipitation Reactions
Predicting Precipitates
Dynamic Equilibrium
Shifting Equilibrium
Electrolytes
Conductivity
Chemical Equations
Dissolution Reactions
Nonelectrolytes
Strong Electrolytes
Weak Electrolytes
Molecular Changes
Examples
Chemical Species
Practice
Identifying Acids, Bases and Salts
Writing Ionic Equations
Example
Practice
Answers
Precipitation Reactions
Using Solubility Rules
Predicting Precipitation Reactions
Equations for Precipitation Reactions
Complete-Formula Equations
Complete Ionic Equations
Net Ionic Equations
Heat of Solution
Colligative Properties
Freezing Point Depression
Boiling Point Elevation
Electrolyte Effect
Vapor Pressure Change
Osmosis
Isotonic Solutions
Hypertonic Solutions
Hypotonic Solutions
Wrap Up
Self Quiz
Self Quiz Answers