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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 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
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
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
If solutions are equal in strength, then the solutions are considered to be
  1. hypertonic.
  2. hypotonic.
  3. isotonic.
  4. none of the above.
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
If a solution's solute is "weaker" than the solution, then we call the solution
  1. hypertonic.
  2. hypotonic.
  3. isotonic.
  4. none of the above.
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility

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Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
If a solution's solute is "stronger" than the solution, then we call the solution
  1. hypertonic.
  2. hypotonic.
  3. isotonic.
  4. none of the above.
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
What is the SI unit of molar concentration?
  1. [math]{mol}/{m^3}[/math]
  2. [math]{mol}/{cm^1}[/math]
  3. [math]{mol}/{cm^3}[/math]
  4. [math]{mol}/{dm^2}[/math]
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
Grade 11 Solvents, Solutes, and Solubility
How does the vapor pressure of water vary as the temperature increases?
Vapor Pressure Chart
  1. Increases
  2. Decreases
  3. None of the above
  4. Both (a) and (b), depending on the temperature
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