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Identify the types of mixtures.
Differentiate between heterogeneous mixtures and homogeneous mixtures
Identify the properties of a solution
Describe the process of dissolving
Define an aqueous solution
Name factors that affect solubility – nature of the solute & solvent, temperature, & pressure
Name factors that affect the rate of dissolution – increase surface area, heating, stirring or shaking
Classify solutions as saturated, unsaturated, or supersaturated
Read and interpret solubility curves
Discuss how solution concentrations are important in everyday life
Calculate percent composition by mass, and by volume
Calculate parts per million and parts per billion
Describe how to make a solution
Describe how to make a dilution
Define acid and base according to Arrhenius’s theory
Describe the formation of the hydronium ion
Describe the pH scale, and classify solutions as acidic, basic, or neutral
Identify and list the properties of acids
Identify and list the properties of bases
Complete neutralization reaction equations
Chemical Bonding, Precipitate, Basic Mixtures
Solutions & Solubility
Solutions: Concentration – Molarity & ppm
Acids & Bases: An Introduction
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