Objectives Of Solution

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Essential Question: Do you believe that? (theory explains observations)

Each student will be able to:

1. Determine and explain miscibility and dissolving of two subtances using knowledge of IMF.[7.1](7.1)
[Animated Website of Sodium Chloride dissolving in water]. Describe the dynamic equilibrium that occurs in saturated solutions.[7.3]

2. Describe the process by which solutes dissolve in solvents.[7.1](7.1)

3. Identify and explain the factors that affect the rate of dissolving, i.e., temperature, concentration, and mixing.[7.2](7.3)

4. Calculate concentration in terms of molarity, molality, solubility and percent by mass.[7.4]
. Use molarity to perform solution dilution and solution stoichiometry.(7.2)

5. Compare and contrast qualitatively & quantitively the properties of solutions and pure solvents (called Colligative properties) including Boiling point elevation and Freezing point depression).(7.4)

6. Use a solubility curve to determine saturation values at different temperatures.[7.5]

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