2b-1 Solubility Curves
Chapter
UALR
Dr. Robert Belford




Question 1
What mass of water would need to be added to 4.25g salt to make the solution 28% salt?
(A)  78g
(B)  .72g
(C)  10.9g
(D)  none of the above
 
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Question 2
What is the solubility of the above solution in gsalt/100gwater?
(A)  48.0
(B)  39.0
(C)  20.6
(D)  none of the above
 
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Question 3
Consider the following graph.
Does point A represent a saturated, supersaturated or unsaturated solution?


(A)  saturated
(B)  supersaturated
(C)  unsaturated
(D)  not enough info
 

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Question 4
Consider the graph in question number three.
Does point B represent a saturated, supersaturated or unsaturated solution?

(A)  saturated
(B)  supersaturated
(C)  unsaturated
(D)  not enough informatino
 

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Question 5
Consider the graph in question number three.
Does point C represent a saturated, supersaturated or unsaturated solution?

(A)  saturated
(B)  supersaturated
(C)  unsaturated
(D)  Not enough information
 

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Question 6
Consider the graph in question number three.
What happens if you add a tiny amount of crystal to the solution at point A?

(A)  It dissolves
(B)  It does not dissolve
(C)  Additional crystals precipitate out
(D)  none of the above
 

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Question 7
Consider the graph in question number three.
What happens if you add a tiny amount of crystal to the solution at point B?

(A)  It dissolves
(B)  It does not dissolve
(C)  additional crystals precipitate out
(D)  none of the above
 

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Question 8
Consider the graph in question number three.
What happens if you add a tiny amount of crystal to the solution at point C?

(A)  It dissolves
(B)  It does not dissolve
(C)  additional precipitate forms
(D)  none of the above
 

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