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What is a saturated solution? A saturated solution is a:
a) heterogeneous mixture. b) diluted solution. c) solution that can dissolve additional quantities of solute. d) solution that can't dissolve additional quantities of solute.
Choose the correct statement:
a) A given volume of solvent dissolve any quantity of solute. b) Any quantity of sugar can be dissolved in 100ml water. c) A 100 ml water can dissolve any quantity of sugar. d) A given quantity of sugar can be dissolved in 100ml water.
Indicate which of the following does not affect the solubility of solid solutes.
a) Quantity of solute. b) Volume of solvent. c) Temperature. d) Stirring.
Choose the correct statement:
a) Heating slows down (decreases) rate of dissolution. b) Stirring slows down (decreases) rate of dissolution. c) Grinding solids speeds up their rate of dissolution. d) Grinding solids decreases their surface area of contact.
The solubility of solids depends on temperature. As temperature increases,
a) the solubility of most solid solutes increases. b) the solubility of most solid solutes decreases. c) the solubility of most solid solutes does not vary. d) the solubility of most solid solutes drops to zero.
How does the solubility of sugar vary with temperature?
a) As temperature decreases, solubility of sugar increases. b) As temperature increases, solubility of sugar increases. c) As temperature increases,solubility of sugar doesn't vary. d) As temperature increases,solubility of sugar drops to zero
The solubility of gases depends on temperature and pressure.
a) An increase in temperature, increases solubility of gases. b) An increase in temperature,doesn't affect solubility of gas c) An increase in pressure, increases solubility of gases. d) An increase in pressure, decreases solubility of gases.
Keep carbonated drinks in cold places,
a) increases solubility of carbon dixoide gas in water. b) decreases solubility of carbon dixoide gas in water. c) does not affect solubility of carbon dixoide gas in water. d) increases solubility of sugar in water.
When someone opens a bottle of carbonated drinks, the pressure inside the bottle decreases. This results in:
a) a decrease in the solubility of CO2 gas in water. b) an increase in the solubility of CO2 gas in water. c) a no change in the solubility of CO2 gas in water. d) an increase in the solubility of sugar in water.
Fish need oxygen to survive. Goldfish in a crowded aquarium have a better chance of survival in cold water than in warm water because:
a) In warm water,solubility of oxygen gas increases. b) In cold water,solubility of oxygen gas increases. c) In cold water,solubility of oxygen gas decreases. d) In warm water,solubility of salts increases.
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