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What type of solution would you have if you had 43 g of KCl dissolved at 20 degrees Celsius?
a) Unsaturated b) Megasaturated c) Supersaturated d) Saturated
What type of solution would you have if you had 40 g of NaCl dissolved at 90 degrees Celsius?
a) Unsaturated b) Megasaturated c) Supersaturated d) Saturated
What type of solution would you have if you had 80 g of KNO3dissolved at 50 degrees Celsius?
a) Unsaturated b) Saturated c) Supersaturated d) Megasaturated
If you had a saturated solution of NaNO3 at 10 degrees Celsius, how many grams would fall out of solution if it was cooled to 0 degrees Celsius?
a) 8 g b) 10 g c) 16 g d) 24 g
If you had a saturated solution of KClO3 at 30 degrees Celsius, how many grams would you need to add to the solution to keep it saturated if it was heated to 80 degrees Celsius?
a) 8 g b) 18 g c) 28 g d) 38 g
What state of matter would this substance be in at 6 atms and 50 degrees Celsius?
a) solid b) liquid c) gas d) plasma
What state of matter would this substance be in at 30 atms and -15 degrees Celsius?
a) solid b) liquid c) gas d) plasma
How much Ce2(SO4)3 could dissolve in 300 g of water at 10 degrees Celsius?
a) 10 g b) 20 g c) 30 g d) 40 g
Based on the Solubility curve, which of the solid solutes is most affected by the temperature?
a) KCl b) NaCl c) KNO3 d) NaNO3
What is the process called when the substance changes from state B to state C?
a) sublimating b) freezing c) boiling d) melting
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