Types of Solutions: Chapter Three

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What type of solution consists of solid particles in liquid and can be seen by the naked eye?

How can the constituents of a colloidal solution be separated?

In which type of solution does the solute gradually disappear when added to the solvent with continuous stirring, resulting in a homogeneous mixture?

Which type of solution contains solid in solid?

If the color of the liquid becomes dense and the mixture becomes homogeneous, what type of solution is formed?

What is the process used to separate the constituents of a real solution by freezing?

What is the temperature at which all crystals of solute and ice precipitate, allowing for their separation?

What happens when the concentration of KCl increases in a solution during the process of separating constituents by freezing?

What is the term used for two layers formed when water and ether are mixed together?

What process is used to dissolve phenol with water based on the given text?

What is the term used to describe the ability of a solvent to contain solute at a certain temperature, resulting in a saturated solution?

At what temperature does the eutectic temperature occur when separating the constituents of a real solution by freezing?

Which type of solution consists of two layers, with the second layer being formed by adding more of one of the components to the mixture resulting in a homogeneous phase?

What process is used to separate salts from seawater to obtain pure water?

In which type of solution does the concentration of solute continuously increase as the solution is gradually frozen?

Which type of solution consists of solid particles in liquid and can be seen by the naked eye?

What is the term used for the process of separating the solute from a real solution by evaporation?

In which type of solution do the constituents remain mixed and cannot be separated by filtration or precipitation?

At what point does a real solution become homogeneous?

What happens to the particles in a colloidal solution when attempts are made to separate its constituents by filtration or precipitation?

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Learn about the different types of solutions, including solid in solid, liquid in liquid, gases in gases, gases in liquid, liquid in solid, and solid in liquid. Focus on the three types of solid in liquid solutions: real solution, suspension solution, and colloidal solution.

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