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  1. Aqueous
    A solution in which the solvent is water.
  2. Colligative property
    A property of a solution that is dependent on concentration. Examples include boiling point, freezing point and vapor pressure.
  3. Molality
    The concentration of a solution measured in moles of solute per kilogram of solvent.
  4. Molarity
    The concentration of a solution measured in moles of solute per liter of solution.
  5. Parts per million
    The concentration of a solution measured in mass of solute per mass of solution multiplied by one million.
  6. Percent by mass
    The concentration of a solution measured in mass of solute per massof solution multiplied by one hundred.Pe
  7. Percent by volume
    The concentration of a solution measured in volume of solute per volume of solution multiplied by one hundred.
  8. Saturated
    A solution that has the maximum concentration of solute possible in a given quantity of solvent at a given temperature, a solution at equilibrium.
  9. Solubility
    The maximum quantity of solute that can be dissolved in a given quantity at a given temperature to make a saturated solution.
  10. Solute
    A substance that is torn apart and kept separate by solvent particles.Solution A homogeneous mixture formed from a solute dissolved into a solvent.
  11. Solvent
    A substance that attaches to solute particles, tears them apart from each other and keeps them apart.
  12. Supersaturated
    A solution in which there is an excess of solute beyond the solubility point for a given temperature. Either the excess will precipitate or it will remain precariously dissolved until the solution is agitated,whereupon the excess will precipitate out.
  13. Unsaturated
    A solution in which there are still solvent particles free to attach to and dissolve more solute particles.

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