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is the upper limit to the mass that can dissolve in a given volume of water
we can dissolve more solute
means we have attained upper solubility limit
solubility is less than 1g/L. Amount that does dissolve is so small we do not notice
solubility is generally at least 10 g/L
when you raise temperature of water, what will happen to solubility?
does Gases dissolve better in cold water than in hot water
what happen to solubility if you increase the pressure of the gas?
water- loving” § Participates in hydrogen bonds with water
“water-fearing” Cannot form hydrogen bonds and has little to no attraction to water
vitamin C and B – can not be stored
A, D, E, K – can be stored
is the amount of solute per the amount of solution
number of micrograms of solute in 1 mL of solution (µg/mL)
parts per million
number of nanograms of solute in 1 mL of solution (ng/mL)
parts per billion
is a measure of concentration.
is the process of adding water to reduce the solute concentration
is the amount of any ion that has the same total charge of 1 mol of hydrogen ions (H+).
is the tendency of particles to distribute evenly in a mixture
are materials that allow only some particles to pass.
is the net movement of water through a semipermeable membrane.
is the relationship between the overall concentration of the solution and the normal solute of concentration in blood cells.
is the movement of solute particles through a membrane