CP21 – Solutions
- Limiting Reactants
- Using “the table”
- Predicting products
- Determining excess
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- What happens when ionic substances are “dissolved” in water?
- What is the best way to depict what happens to the ions using chemical symbols?
- How is it possible that covalent compounds dissolve in water?
- What determines whether a covalent substance will dissolve in water?
- What happens to the solubility of a substance if water is heated?
Homework (collected Class 23)
- Ch. 14 (41)
- Why is naphthalene (C10H8) more soluble than CsF in benzene (C6H6)?
- Explain why ethanol (C2H50H) is not soluble in cyclohexane (C6H12).
- Predict the solubility of each in water: NaOH, O2, LiCI, Br2, CH3OH, C6H6
Practice for Quiz (Class 22)
- Ch. 9 [41 (abde), 46, 48]