Table of Contents
- 1 Which is the solute and the solvent in a solution of two liquids?
- 2 What happen to the solution if more solutes are added while keeping the amount of solvent the same?
- 3 Can a solution be two liquids?
- 4 When two miscible fluids are mixed they form?
- 5 What happens if more solvent is added to a solution?
- 6 When a solid solute is in contact with a saturated solution?
- 7 Which is insoluble in water and which is miscible?
- 8 Why are oil and water considered to be immiscible liquids?
Which is the solute and the solvent in a solution of two liquids?
When one substance dissolves into another, a solution is formed. A solution is a homogeneous mixture consisting of a solute dissolved into a solvent . The solute is the substance that is being dissolved, while the solvent is the dissolving medium.
What kind of solution is formed when two liquids do not mix with one another?
When two liquids can be mixed together, they are “miscible”—they form something called a homogeneous solution, which means that you cannot distinguish the two liquids anymore. In contrast, when they cannot be mixed, they are “immiscible”—they will form two separate layers, called a heterogeneous solution.
What happen to the solution if more solutes are added while keeping the amount of solvent the same?
Salt dissolved in the drinking water from a well is a dilute solution. The concentration of a solution can be even further reduced, or diluted, by adding more solvent. On the other hand, as more solute is added to a solution, the solution becomes more concentrated.
When a solid solute is in contact with a saturated solution of this solute in a liquid the rate of dissolving is equal to the rate of crystallization?
When a solution is saturated and excess solute is present, the rate of dissolution is exactly equal to the rate of crystallization (Figure 13.2.
Can a solution be two liquids?
Or perhaps you thought of a solid like salt or sugar that is completely dissolved in a liquid like water. This is a great example, but the world of solutions is actually much more impressive. A solution can also be made of two or more liquids, two or more gases, liquids and gases, and theoretically even two solids.
What is the solvent in a liquid liquid solution?
The solvent is the substance which typically determines the physical state of the solution (solid, liquid or gas). The solute is the substance which is dissolved by the solvent. For example, in a solution of salt and water, water is the solvent and salt is the solute.
When two miscible fluids are mixed they form?
Miscible: Two liquids that combine in any ratio to form a homogeneous solution.
When two miscible fluids are mixed they form a solution at choose of the component fluids?
Question: When two miscible fluids are mixed, they form a solution at any ratio of the component fluids.
What happens if more solvent is added to a solution?
If more solvent is added, the solution becomes unsaturated because in principle it is capable of dissolving more solute.
When concentration of solute in the solution is more then the solution is?
Answer : When concentration of solute in the solution is more then the solution is Concentrated solution. 4️⃣ alkaline solution.
When a solid solute is in contact with a saturated solution?
“When a solid solute is in contact with a saturated solution of this solution in a liquid, the rate of dissolving is equal to the rate of crystallization.” Saturated solution: A solution that contains an amount of solute equal to its solubility. Such a solution is said to be at equilibrium.
What happens when a solution become saturated?
When you dissolve a soluble chemical in water, you are making a solution. At some point the solution becomes saturated. This means that if you add more of the compound, it will not dissolve anymore and will remain solid instead. This amount is dependent on molecular interactions between the solute and the solvent.
Which is insoluble in water and which is miscible?
Miscibility has nothing to do with ease of solubility. In Lab, students often say glycerin is insoluble in water. It’s miscible, but very viscous and hence hard to mix. Thus, ethyl alcohol and water are miscible, oil and water are insoluble and 2-butanol is immiscible (@ 30% by weight).
Can you mix two immiscible liquids of equal density?
Immiscible liquids cannot be homogeneously mixed together because they are very different in overall net molecular polarity.
Why are oil and water considered to be immiscible liquids?
if you mix oil in water you will see a layer of oil floating over the water ( oil being lighter than water floats over it) it is because oil is non polar and water is polar compound. These are insoluble and so are immiscible liquids.
What is the partial vapour pressure of a mixture?
The definition below is the one to use if you are talking about mixtures of two volatile liquids. The partial vapour pressure of a component in a mixture is equal to the vapour pressure of the pure component at that temperature multiplied by its mole fraction in the mixture.