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5 Matching questions

  1. Isosmotic solution
  2. colloid
  3. Consequences of IMF: Vapor Pressure
  4. Osmotic pressure
  5. Freezing point depression
  1. a - the freezing point of a solution is lower than the freezing point of the pure solvent
  2. b osmosis: solvent will flow through a semi-permeable membrane that separates a solution from a pure solvent
    - the solution will be diluted
    - the solvent will flow from low to high concentration
    the pressure that is applies to high concentration side to stop the flow of solvent is osmotic pressure
  3. c a dispersion of particles of one substance throughout a dispersing medium of another substance
    - this is not like a solution because the particles are larger and they do not mix homogenously
  4. d balanced inside and outside concentration
  5. e vapor pressure is the partial pressure of vapor over a liquid
    stronger IMF makes lower vapor pressure because it is harder to evaporate the material

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. IMF, temperature, pressure
  2. attractive forces between molecules
  3. doesn't conduct electricity (no ions present)(sugar)
  4. stronger IMF causes higher boiling points
  5. solid to liquid add PE

5 True/False questions

  1. solutiontwo or more components mixed such that the mixture is the same throughout

          

  2. Mole fractionquantified amount of solute in a solvent

          

  3. Vapor Pressure Lowering- when a solute is adapted to a solvent, then the vapor pressure is lowered

          

  4. Condensationquantified amount of solute in a solvent

          

  5. Molalitymoles of solute over Kg of solvent