5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Heat of hydration is exothermic
- intramolecular forces
- a when two substances are completely soluble in each other at all proportions
- b gas to liquid remove PE
- c solid to liquid add PE
- d forces between atoms within a molecule
- e ...
5 Multiple choice questions
- attraction between unlike molecules (H2O and glass)
- moles of solute over Kg of solvent
- mass solute over volume of solution
- a measure of a fluid's resistance to flow
- strong IMF leads to high viscosities
- way to determine the amount of a compound present by knowing a concentration and volume of one compound and the volume of the other
5 True/False questions
colloid → attraction between the same molecules (H2O and H2O)
Hydrogen bonding → an extreme case of dipole-dipole interactions. Only occurs when hydrogen in directly bonded to N, O, F.
Why are hydrogen bonds so important? → an extreme case of dipole-dipole interactions. Only occurs when hydrogen in directly bonded to N, O, F.
Colligative Properties → liquid to gas add PE
hypotonic solution → solution concentration is less than the cell fluid concentration
- H2O flows into cell and it swells