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Grade 7 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
As the temperature of a liquid solvent increases, the amount of solute that can dissolve in it
  1. decreases by one degree Celsius for every milliliter of solvent.
  2. increases.
  3. decreases.
  4. remains constant.
Grade 5 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 7 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 8 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 6 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 8 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 6 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
A solution is dilute if it
  1. has a lot of solute.
  2. has little solute.
  3. has no solute.
  4. has so much solute, no more can be dissolved.
Grade 6 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 6 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 9 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 8 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
A student measures 5 grams of sugar into 50 milliliters of water in a flask. Which of the following should the student do to help the sugar dissolve more quickly into the water?
Lab Tool - Flat Bottom Flasks
  1. add more water to the mixture
  2. place the flask in a refrigerator
  3. gently swirl the mixture in the flask
  4. place a stopper in the top of the flask
Grade 10 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Since water possesses both a partially positive and a negative end, we refer to it as a
  1. a polar molecule.
  2. a hydrophobic molecule.
  3. a magnetic molecule.
  4. a nonpolar molecule.
Grade 9 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 10 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Which of the following substances is a mixture?
  1. table salt
  2. the air you breathe
  3. purified water
  4. sucrose (sugar)
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