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    9001:2008 Certified Institute (Indian Standard Organization(ISO) Certificate Number:2071-QMS-1071) Email id: hsbsolutions7@gmail.com website:www.hsbsolutions.jimdo.com Ph: 9210846949 / 9717925135 Physics: Chapter 2 Solutions Last 15 years questions with solutions Topic: Strength of Solution Q.1Discuss the effect of Temperature on Solubility of solids in Solvent. AnsThe solubility of solid in a liquid solvent generally increases with increase in temperature of the solvent. Very rarely some neutral

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  • Solution Preparation

    5 Solution Preparation 1. Why should the solutions be prepared with 0.10M HCl used as solvent? a. What will happen to Fe3+ if the solution was not prepared using 0.10M HCl? b. Give the balanced equation for the 1st hydrolysis of Fe3+. c. What is the color of the product of 1st hydrolysis of Fe3+? d. What is the effect of the product of 1st hydrolysis to the absorbance of the solution? Determination of Analytical Wavelength 2. Why should the solution with

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  • Properties of Solutions

    PROPERTIES OF SOLUTIONS A solution is a mixture of materials‚ one of which is usually a fluid. A fluid is a material that flows‚ such as a liquid or a gas. The fluid of a solution is usually the solvent. The material other than the solvent is the solute. We say that we dissolve the solute into the solvent. Some solutions are so common to us that we give them a unique name. A solution of water and sugar is called syrup. A solution of sodium chloride (common table salt) in water is called brine

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    Layoff: Solutions Paper Ashley Cook‚ Brittany Denton‚ Jason Connor‚ Michelle H. Crouch PHL/320 December 22‚ 2014 Walter Sienkiewicz Re-Organization and Layoff: Solutions Paper Companies have a variety of options in improving profits from changing marketing schemes‚ to asking advice of consultants‚ improving building efficiency‚ or a last resort of reducing the workforce. A company must evaluate the pros and cons of each option available and then develop ways of applying those solutions. With the

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  • Solutions in Chemistry

    Solutions Solutions are a combination of solvents and solutes. When a solute dissolves into a solvent‚ the combined product of the two reactants is called a solution. The definition of a solute is the reactant that’s being dissolved. The only difference from a solute and a solvent is that the solvent is the one that’s doing the dissolving. Molecules randomly flow in all directions until there is an equal concentration throughout the solution. The dissolving process can vary depending

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  • Mixtures and Solutions

    Mixtures and Solutions can often become confusing because solutions are mixtures‚ but not all mixtures are solutions. A mixture can either be homogeneous or heterogeneous. A homogeneous mixture is where the mixture’s components are distributed uniformly within the mixture. A heterogeneous mixture is where the components are not uniform. Mixtures can either be miscible or immiscible‚ the difference being whether or not the mixture forms a homogeneous mixture or not. In a solution a solute is soluble

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  • Solutions Dilutions

    Directions Using the formula for dilutions‚ write the recipe to make 100 mL of a new solution of each solute based on having as much of the initial solution as you need. V1 M1 V2M2 SoluteFormula of SoluteInitial Concentration (M)Final Concentration (M)Recipe For 100 mL of New SolutionSodium hydroxideNaOH1.0 M0.27 M(1.0M)(VNaOH) (0.27 M)(100 mL) VNaOH 27 mL Dilute 27 mL of 1.0 M NaOH to 100 mL.Potassium permanganateKMnO41.0 M0.34 MDilute 34 mL of 1.0 M

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  • Colorimeter -Concentration of a Solution

    Concentration of a Solution: Beer’s Law The objective of this experiment is to determine the concentration of an unknown copper sulfate solution. You will be using the Colorimeter. In this device‚ red light from the LED light source will pass through the solution and strike a photocell. A higher concentration of the coloured solution absorbs more light (and transmits less) than a solution of lower concentration. The Colorimeter monitors the light received by the photocell as either an absorbance

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  • Chapter 8 Solution

    Solution A homogeneous mixture of two or more substances with each substance retaining its own chemical identity. Solute – substance being dissolved. Solvent – liquid water. General Properties of a Solution 1. Contains 2 or more components. 2. Has variable composition. 3. Properties change as the ratio of solute to solvent is changed. 4. Dissolved solutes are present as individual particles. 5. Solutes remain uniformly distributed and will not settle out with time. 6. Solute

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  • Preparation of Solutions and Buffers

    Title: Preparation of Solutions and Buffers Objectives: 1. To learn and understand the theory‚ principle and formula behind buffers and solutions preparation. 2. To learn the methods for buffers and solutions preparation. Introduction: (Wikipedia‚ 2013) Solute is a substance dissolved in another substance. Solvent is a substance in which the solute is dissolved by it. Solution is a mixture of two or more substances. The amount of solute dissolved in a solvent is called concentration

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