Dilute solution and colligative properties pdf
Properties of Solutions 2 ¾ miscible—When two or more liquids mix (ex. Water and food coloring) ¾ immiscible—When two or more liquids DON'T mix.—they usually layer if allowed to set for a while. (ex. Water and oil) Concentration Units ¾ Molarity (M) = # of moles of solute per liter of solution; IS temperature dependent.Calculate mass of solute needed to create a solution of a given molarity and volume Solve dilution problems Identify types of solutions (solid, liquid, gas, aqueous) Define solutions as homogeneous mixtures in a single phase Distinguish between electrolytic and nonelectrolytic solutions Summarize colligative properties
Chemistry: The Central Science Chapter 13: Properties of Solutions Homogeneous mixture is called a solution o Can be solid, liquid, or gas Each of the substances in a solution is called a component of the solution o Solvent is normally the component present in greatest amount o Other components are solutes solution (2) chemical Colligative properties of solutions depend on the (1) number of solute particles in nature of the solute (3) concentration of the solvent (4) polarity of the solute particles (1) molarity (2) vapor pressure 2. Adding solute to a solution increases each of the following except (4) osmotic pressure (3) boling point 3.
In this colligative properties worksheet, students read about freezing point depression and boiling point elevation. They answer three questions about these colligative properties and the effects of salt on icy roads and sea water.
potassium phosphate. Stated in other words, colligative properties are dependent upon the number of species in solution. In very dilute solutions, the number of species in the solution is denoted by the empirical letter i in equation 4, not just the overall molal concentrations of the salts. Mar 07, 2019 · In this article, we are providing the CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Solved Question Paper 2018. This paper will not only help to know the important questions but also to write proper explanation to them. Chen Feiwu, Wei Meiju, Ye Yaping, Yuan Wenxia. Calculation of Chemical Potential in Dilute Solution and Derivation of the Osmotic Pressure Equation[J].University Chemistry, 2015, 30(4): 63-67.
Theory of Dilute Solution. Colligative Properties Dilute solution containing non-volatile solutes exhibit the following properties 1.Lowering 2.Evevation. of the vapour pressure of the boiling point. 3.Depression 4.Osmotic. of the freezing point. pressure. Solutions Lowering of vapour pressure: RAOULTSS LAW. Solutions Lowering of vapour pressure: RAOULTSS LAW