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#1: A concentration in terms of volume/volume is used to describe which of the following types of solutions? A. solutions with a solid solvent and a solid solute B. solutions with a liquid solvent and a liquid solute C. solutions with a solid solute and a liquid solute D. solutions with a liquid solvent and a solid solute **I'm not really sure on this one :( what do you think? @aaronq :)

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  1. iheartfood
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    #2: How can a dilute solution be described qualitatively? A. A dilute solution has a relatively small amount of solute compared to solvent. B. A dilute solution has a relatively large amount of solute compared to solvent. C. A dilute solution cannot dissolve any more solute. D. A dilute solution has a high concentration of solute compared to solvent. ***my answer: A is that right? :)

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    #3: Iced tea is composed of water, tea molecules, cream, and sugar. Which of the following is the solvent in this solution? A. water B. tea molecules C. sugar D. cream ***my answer: A. water is that right? :)

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    #4: How would it be possible to add more solute to a saturated solution? A. Increase the size of the container. B. Increase the temperature. C. Decrease the pressure on the system. D. Add any another solute to the solution. ***my answer: B. Increase the temperature. is that right? :)

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    #5: A ratio of the amount of solute in grams to the amount of solvent in liters describes which of the following? A. solubility of the solution B. type of solution C. concentration of the solution D. saturation of the solution ***my answer; C. concentration of the solution is that right?? or is it D. saturation of the solution?? not too sure... :/ what do you think? @aaronq :)

  5. aaronq
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    #1 we use volume as a measure for liquids, and for solids we use mass

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    #2 is good

  7. aaronq
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    #3, 4, and 5 (your first answer) are good

  8. iheartfood
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    okay, so what does that mean for #1 tho? :/ lol still confused haha and yay!! So #5 is concentration of the solution then? :)

  9. aaronq
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    well they're asking you about concentrations in terms of volume... which means?

  10. aaronq
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    i said that volume is used for liquids and mass for solids

  11. iheartfood
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    Thanks @aaronq :)

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    looks like OS is working again now lol... see ya later :)

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