Solubility is a measurement of how much of a substance will dissolve in a given volume of a liquid. The liquid is called the solvent. The solubility of a gas depends on pressure and temperature.
What term is given to a substance that can dissolve in a particular liquid?
In a solution, what term is given to the liquid?
In a solution, what term is given to the solid that has dissolved?
Which of the following is a typical unit of solubility?
For most solid solutes, what happens to the solubility as the temperature increases?
For most gases, what happens to the solubility as the temperature increases?
What happens to the solubility of a gas as the pressure increases?
Why is it important to quote solubility at a given temperature?
Which has more carbon dioxide dissolved in it?
What will happen to a hot saturated solution of copper(II) sulfate as the temperature decreases?