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Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
What is the boiling point of ethanol at 150 kPa?
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  1. 95ºC
  2. 90ºC
  3. 100ºC
  4. None of the above
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
How many grams of NaOH are present in 1 mole of NaOH?
  1. 40 grams
  2. 50 grams
  3. 60 grams
  4. 70 grams
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
What happens to the vapor pressure of water as the temperature increases?
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  1. It increases
  2. It decreases
  3. None of the above
  4. Both (a) and (b), depending on the temperature
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Which of the following is represented by the temperature of each of the four substances present at 101.3 kPa?
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  1. standard melting point
  2. normal boiling point
  3. standard freezing point
  4. none of the above
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Which of the following correctly represents the equation for the molarity of a solution?
  1. [math]molarity={"moles of solute"}/{"moles of solvent"}[/math]
  2. [math]molarity={"moles of solvent"}/{"moles of solution"}[/math]
  3. Both (a) and (b)
  4. [math]molarity={"moles of solute"}/{"moles of solution"}[/math]
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility

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