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The property that depends on the number of particles and not on the identity or properties of particles.
a) colligative property
b) non-colligative property
c) colloidal property
d) non-colloidal property

This is the pressure exerted by gases when the rate is in equilibrium.
a) vapor pressure
b) liquid pressure
c) buoyancy
d) gaseous exchange

These are solutes that are not easily vaporized and can be used to reduce vapor pressure.
a) nonvolatile solutes
b) volatile solutes
c) reactive solutes
d) thermal solutes

A nonvolatile solute added to a liquid will do which of the following?
a) increase the boiling point
b) lower the boiling point
c) increase the freezing point
d) keep the boiling point steady

Mixtures that contain tiny clumps or particles that remain suspended are known as ______.
a) colloids
b) cellulose
c) collagen
d) solids

When colloids appear milky in bright light (like fog), this is called the ______.
a) Tyndall effect
b) Fog effect
c) Humid effect
d) Cornell effect

Which of the following is not an example of a colloid?
a) salt water
b) fog
c) grease in soap
d) murky water

Increases in boiling point is known as ______.
a) boiling point elevation
b) boiling point depression
c) boiling point inclination
d) boiling point mountain

Decreases in freezing point is known as ______.
a) freezing point depression
b) freezing point elevation
c) freezing point inclination
d) freezing point decline

Colloids are made up of ______ and dispersing mediums.
a) dispersing substances
b) solutes
c) solvents
d) colloidal solids

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