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How to Do Solution Stoichiometry Using Molarity as a Conversion Factor | How to Pass Chemistry

Molarity is just another word for concentration. The formula for molarity is equal to the moles of your solute, divided by the liters of your solution. Now molarity can be used as a conversion factor because it has two different… Continue Reading

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The SOLUTIONS Song -NOW WITH CLOSED CAPTION SO YOU CAN SING ALONG! Mr. Edmonds –

The SOLUTIONS Song -NOW WITH CLOSED CAPTION SO YOU CAN SING ALONG!  Mr. Edmonds  –

1) A solution is a type of mixture, that is homogeneous. It means that it’s the same throughout, the same throughout. It is the best mixed mixture, of two or more substances. When one of the components is water, it’s… Continue Reading

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Hypertonic, Hypotonic and Isotonic Solutions!

Hypertonic, Hypotonic and Isotonic Solutions!

Imagine that you’re stranded on a raft in the middle of the ocean. You don’t have any emergency food or water, but you also know that humans can only survive about 3 days without fluids. Should you drink sea water… Continue Reading

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True Solutions, Colloidal Solutions and Suspensions

True Solutions, Colloidal Solutions and Suspensions

When we dissolve a solute in a solvent that is if we add salt to water; salt is the solute, water is the solvent and we stir it, we get the final solution. So there are different types of solution… Continue Reading

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Solution Chemistry and Net Ionic Equations

Solution Chemistry and Net Ionic Equations

hey it’s professor Dave. let’s talk about solutions a homogeneous mixture that’s in one phase is called a solution think of something like table salt in water. if we are talking about a liquid solution, the thing that gets dissolved… Continue Reading

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Water & Solutions – for Dirty Laundry: Crash Course Chemistry #7

Water & Solutions – for Dirty Laundry: Crash Course Chemistry #7

It falls from the sky, makes up about 60% of our bodies, and just about every chemical process related to life takes place with it, or in it: dihydrogen monoxide. Without it, none of the chemical reactions that keep you… Continue Reading

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Molarity, Solution Stoichiometry and Dilution Problem

We’re focusing on an example of solution stoichiometry. So our example states, according to the label on a bottle of concentrated hydrochloric acid, the contents are 36% HCl by mass and have a density of 1.18 grams per milliliter. We’re… Continue Reading

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Solutions: Crash Course Chemistry #27

Solutions: Crash Course Chemistry #27

I want you to think, just for a second about breathing. But don’t just think about the fact that you are breathing. Think about all the variables that have to be just so in order to create the air —… Continue Reading