|Chapter 9 - Solutions, Acids & Bases
|Extra Credit Test
Section 9.1 - p. 187
#3 - This is tricky, think of ONE solution where the solvent is not a liquid and the solute
is not a solid. This means that it cannot be dissolved in water
#7 - Tell how much salt and how much water would make the solution.
Concepts p. 199
#5 - don't forget to give 3 examples!!
#6 - this has nothing to do with pH, it deals with the dissolving of gases in water as the
#9 & #10 - pH tells you if it is an acid or base, but it doesn't make it an acid or base
#1 - mass of salt / total mass of solution (salt + water)