Holt Chapter 13: Ions in Solution and Colligative Properties
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The separation of an ionic compound in solution into positive and negative ions.
net ionic equation
an equation that includes only the actual participants in a reaction
ions present in solution that do not participate directly in a reaction but rather stay dissociated
formed when water ionizes itself or another molecular compound, H₃O⁺
a substance that almost totally dissociates into ions when it dissolves in water
a substance that only partly dissociates into ions when it dissolves in water
a solid produced during a chemical reaction between solutions in which one of the products is not soluble
characteristics of a solution that depend on the concentration of solute particles but not on their identity
a substance that has little tendency to become a gas under existing conditions
molal freezing-point constant
this is the amount by which the temperature of freezing for a given solvent will change in a 1-molal nonvolatile, nonelectrolyte solution
molal boiling-point constant
this is the amount by which the temperature of boiling for a given solvent will change in a 1-molal nonvolatile, nonelectrolyte solution
the difference between the freezing point of the solvent and a solution of nonelectrolyte in that solvent. It is directly proportional to the molal concentration of the solution.
the difference between the boiling point of the solvent and a solution of nonelectrolyte in that solvent. It is directly proportional to the molal concentration of the solution.
a barrier that allows some, but not all, particles to cross
the movement of solvent through a semipermiable membrane from area of low concentration to area of high concentration
the pressure required to stop osmosis
dissolved in water
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