A&P Lecture 3
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- solute particles are very tiny and do not settle out or settle light.
- Example: Mineral water
- solute particles are larger than in solution and scatter light: do not settle out.
- Example: Gelatin
- solute particles are very large: settle out and may scatter light.
- Example: blood
a chemical bond formed by the transfer of one or more electrons from one atom to another.
- electron acceptor
- net negative charge
- electron donor
- net positive charge
large array of cations and anions held together by ionic bonds
chemical bond created by electron charing between atoms
equal sharing of electrons
unequal sharing of electrons
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