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Which does NOT describe a solution?
a) miscible
b) concentrated
c) dilute
d) suspension

A solid dissolved in water is
a) miscible
b) aqueous
c) immiscible
d) an alloy

Which solution is the most concentrated?
a) saturated
b) unsaturated
c) supersaturated
d) .01 M

Which solutions is the most dilute?
a) .09 M
b) .00167 M
c) 1.03 M
d) 0.1 M

Which solution will have the lower freezing point?
a) pure water
b) salt water
c) neither
d) both are the same, freezing point is a physical property

Carbon dioxide in water is an example of which solute-solvent combination?
a) liquid-gas
b) gas-liquid
c) liquid-liquid
d) solid-liquid

Calculate the percent by mass of 11 g of NaCl dissolved in 39 g of water.
a) 11%
b) 28%
c) 22%
d) not enough information

What volume of 2M HCl is required to make 10 mL of a 6.0M solution?
a) 1.67 mL
b) 20 mL
c) 30 mL
d) 5 mL

A clear, blue liquid is in a beaker. When a beam of light is aimed through the beaker, the beam CANNOT be seen in the liquid. What kind of mixture is this liquid?
a) solution
b) suspension
c) colloid
d) none of these

If the instructions on a bottle of medicine are “shake well before use,” the material inside is a ____.
a) solution
b) suspension
c) colloid
d) pure substance

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